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International protection applicants and persons who have been granted international protection in the Republic of Slovenia enjoy a high legal protection, ranging from international conventions (for example, the co called Geneva Convention and its Protocols) ratified by the Republic of Slovenia, European law that Slovenia transposed to its legal order and are therefore an integral part of it, to the highest state instrument, the Slovenian Constitution, as well as numerous national legislative and executive acts.

Due to different types of migrant statuses in Slovenia and corresponding rights, as well as obligations, the work of the Office for the Support and Integration of Migrants is connected also with the legislation in various areas (social security, family relations, employment, education, provision of health care and medical insurance...).