Which difficulties may arise for women affected by violence when disregarding the residence obligation?

A violation of the residence obligation constitutes an offence (section 86, Asylum Act), and repeated violations will already be considered a criminal offence (section 85, sentence 2, Asylum Act). However, if committed by a women who has been affected by violence and who flees to escape her perpetrator, such an offence will be considered justified and and has no direct negative impact on the asylum procedure.