Key facts of the case:
A Pakistani wishes to visit his father and brother in Germany with a Schengen visa. His mother and another brother still live in Pakistan. Already previously, the mother applied for entry to Germany for reasons of family reunification. The German Embassy in Islamabad rejects issuing a visa to the complainant as he cannot prove sufficient intention of return. The remonstration procedure remained unsuccessful. The VG Berlin dismisses the case. Results (sanctions) and key consequences of the case: The complainant does not receive a Schengen visa and is not permitted to enter Germany. According to the court, the complainant can stay in touch with his family as his family members can visit him in Pakistan. Further, there are various other communication means. This is reasonable for all parties involved as everyone has reached the age of majority.