When filing her application for international protection, an unaccompanied minor girl had alleged that her father had tried to force her to marry a man.

The Federal Office for Immigration and Asylum rejected this application with regard to asylum, but granted her subsidiary protection. The Federal Administrative Court subsequently dismissed the appeal against the rejection of the application with regard to asylum as unfounded.

The Constitutional Court ruled on the complaint filed on behalf of my client that her constitutionally guaranteed right to proceedings before the statutory judge (Art. 83 (2) B-VG) had been violated: