31 German prosecutors on Tuesday asked a court to impose fines of up to €300,000 on several people, including some who were accused of helping migrants illegally cross the border illegally into Germany.
The ruling by a Munich court comes days after the U.N. refugee agency, UNHCR, said more than 300,000 migrants have crossed the border into Germany since the beginning of the year.
The migrants are mostly Afghans, Iraqis, Sudanese and Syrians.
They are mostly trying to reach western Europe, but also have made the journey to Turkey and other European Union countries.
A judge in the western city of Oberhausen on Tuesday found two men guilty of helping asylum seekers illegally cross into Germany, including one who admitted to taking migrants to a refugee shelter.
The court said the men, aged 25 and 25, had been convicted of aiding people illegally in a crime.
Prosecutors said the two men had helped migrants illegally in their journey from Afghanistan to Germany by arranging a ride to Munich.
One man, aged 30, had helped the migrants illegally by providing a fake passport, the prosecutors said.
The second man, who was in his 20s at the time, helped migrants to cross into Austria by providing them with fake documents.
The men were fined €300 each.
The Munich district court on Monday sentenced five men to two-and-a-half years in prison for their roles in helping migrants to illegally cross.
Prosecutors said that on April 19, a man had helped a migrant to cross from Austria into Germany by paying him a bribe.
The migrant paid the man €150 to have him take him to the Munich train station, where he was met by two men who handed him a fake asylum application form.
The man then left the migrants at the train station and on April 22, a third migrant was caught and taken into custody.