This Bachelor Thesis, written in the context of the course “Research and Project Development 3: Youth Refugees - arriving in Austria” with the lecturers Dr. Alban Knecht and Mag. Michael Bodenstein, examines which impact the long waiting periods during the asylum procedure have on young refugees and to which extent PROSA can provide assistance in this respect. The phases of the asylum process and the waiting times are displayed, showing where and when the longest and most stressful waiting periods occur. What waiting in general means, particularly in the context of an asylum procedure, is discussed based on the current state of research and serves as the basis for the empirical research. With “Das verstehende Interview” (first published in French under the titel: L’́Éntretien compréhensif) by Jean-Claude Kaufmann, PROSA students were asked about the influence PROSA has on their everyday lives in relation to their perception of waiting during the ongoing asylum procedure. Finally, on grounds of the results a project was developed, to close an existing gap in satisfying various needs of young refugees.