We are a non-profit NGO, financed by membership fees and donations

 The membership fee is 150€ per year, 250 € for families.

Bank details: 

Name: MIGRANTINNENVEREIN ST. MARX

IBAN:  AT78 2011 1839 5384 9900

BIC:    GIBAATWWXXX

Recepient: MigrantInnenverein St. Marx

Former RA Dr. Lennart Binder, legal consultation

Mrs. Hedwig Binder, administration

Mr. Jakob Binder, legal consultation and company to official appointments

Mr. Ah.Omid Rassoly, consultation and company to official appointments, translator for Hindi, Persian, Dari, English, German, Urdu

Ms. Nahida Safi, legal consultation and company to official appointments, translator for Pashto, Persian, Dari, Russian

Mr. Stefan Kojetinsky, consultation and company to official appointments, translator for English, German(only opening time)

Mr. Evans EIGBIREMOLEN, consultation, translator for English, Yoruba

Mr. Mohammed Al-Abed M.A., consultation and company to official appointments, translator for Arabic, English

Mr. Rohullah HOSSEINI, consultation and company for Dari, Persian

Telephone: 0043 (0) 1 641 81 45

Telefax: 0043 (0) 1 602 03 87

 

Office in Vienna:

Entrance: Sobieskigasse 28

Post address: Pulverturmgasse 4/2/1, 1090 Wien

 

Public transport:

Subway:

U6 station 'Nußdorferstraße'

Tram:

Line 37 or 38 stop 'Canisiusgasse' or 'Nußdorferstraße/Gürtel'

 

Opening hours:

Monday, Wednesday, friday from 1pm to 6pm (13-18)

Tuesday and Thursday closed

 

Contact by telephone:

General consultations    +43 (0) 1 641 81 45

Consultations for Chinese-speakers: 43 (0) 650 719 50 84

Consultations for people from India or Pakistan: 43 (0) 650 804 01 65

Consultations for Africans: 43 (0) 650 234 69 92

 

Legal advice and accompanying to interviews in asylum cases.

Appeals against negative asylum decisions, appeals to the Constitution Court.

Coming along to interviews at the Bundesamt für Fremdenwesen und Asyl (Asylum Office), to interviews/hearings at the Bundesverwaltungsgericht or Landesverwaltungsgericht.

Support in Schubhaft (deportation jail), appeals against incarceration in Schubhaft.

Information about official appointments, information about the status of an asylum case.

Coming along to interviews or appointments relating to visa- or citzenship matters.

And much more