Wednesday, July 24, 2024

Germany Eases Immigration for Skilled Workers

Germany has initiated the second stage of its Skilled Worker Immigration Law, allowing skilled foreign workers to settle in the country and pursue employment in their respective fields, as reported by Schengenvisainfo.

Nancy Faeser, the federal minister of the interior and homeland, emphasized the importance of skilled workers for the future viability and prosperity of Germany. Faeser stated, “We are reducing bureaucratic hurdles and making Germany more attractive for foreign skilled workers – for example in nursing, where we need a lot of staff.”

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This development follows the first stage of the law, launched in November 2023, which focused on the ‘EU Blue Card’ and facilitated entry for recognized skilled workers.

Under the new stage, foreigners with at least two years of professional experience and a professional or university degree can easily come to Germany for work opportunities.

The third stage of the law is set to take effect on June 1, 2024, introducing the job search opportunity card, further streamlining the process for skilled workers seeking employment in Germany.

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Izaan Zubair
Izaan Zubair
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