Germany, and specifically its Council of Ministers, has decided to approve two bills. With them, it seeks to regulate the immigration of workers who are not within the European Union. Thanks to this, the country could cover the labor shortages that affect its economy.
“The German economy needs third-party labor countries,” Horst Seehofer, Minister of the Interior Germany
Germany’s new bills
These are the minimum requirements that contemplate the fact that workers from outside the EU can look for work in Germany.
First of all, it is essential to know the language to be able to function well at work and with the community. In addition, you must have university or job training to access the positions. Finally, it should be noted that they may be actively searching for work for six months with the necessary means on the part of the country to subsist.
The second project affects asylum seekers that they cannot be expelled from the country even though their application has been rejected.
The first criterion they must meet is having worked in Germany for 18 months. The second, and no less important, is not to have committed a crime at no time and that there are no doubts about your identity.
These will be granted a temporary work permit which, after 30 months, can become definitive.
There are currently 1.2 million unoccupied jobs in Germany and the Government has decided to act.
The country has set out to improve its own potential and to contribute workers from the European Union since these have already helped the great growth that Germany has had in recent years.
Thanks to these two new immigration laws, the aim is to continue growing thanks to foreign labor and without having to expel people who do not deserve it and who can bring great benefits to the country.
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