1. An asylum procedure under Sections 32 and 33 (1) of the Asylum Procedure Act may be discontinued on the basis of the fact that the applicant for asylum did not comply in a timely manner with a justified request to present a written account of his travel routes before arriving in Germany, and of any applications for asylum that may have been lodged in other countries (expanding on the concepts of the judgment of 5 September 2013 - BVerwG 10 C 1.13 - BVerwGE 147, 329).
2. Refugee status granted in another country has a binding effect in Germany in that by law, there is a prohibition of deportation within the meaning of Section 60 (1) of the Residence Act (Section 60 (1) sentence 2 of the Residence Act). This does not, however, give rise to an entitlement to a new decision on recognising refugee status or to the granting of a residence title in Germany (see Section 60 (1) sentence 3 of the Residence Act).
3. A demand for a grant of subsidiary protection under Union law is inadmissible if the foreigner has already been granted the legal status of a refugee or of a person entitled to subsidiary protection in another country pursuant to Section 4 of the Asylum Procedure Act.
4. The Dublin III Regulation applies, at any event in respect of the procedure to be followed, to requests to take charge or take back applicants that are made after the Regulation went into force, irrespectively of the date of the application for asylum (Article 49 (2)).