Category: Immigration

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Together instead of alone: How German companies can attract foreign skilled workers

The shortage of skilled workers is having an increasing impact on the German economy. Current trends around the topics of new work and work-life balance as well as demographic change show: It is not getting any easier to attract qualified specialists to one's own company. In order to remain competitive internationally, new concepts are needed to

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Acute Remedy for Skilled Worker Shortage: The Accelerated Skilled Worker Procedure

The German state has created a politically and economically powerful instrument to combat the acute shortage of skilled workers in the Federal Republic.

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EU Blue Card - termination of the employment relationship

EU Blue Card - Termination of Employment The EU Blue Card is generally linked to the employment contract. In the event of any changes to the employment relationship, the Aliens Department must be informed immediately. In addition, a change of job during the first two years can only be attempted after permission has been granted by the Foreigners Authority. Termination

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Lawyer in foreigners law

A residence title is required for residence in Germany. The process of residence and the requirements for a residence title are regulated by many different standards. This plethora of regulations is also referred to collectively as "aliens law".

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Asylum follow-up application

Follow-up asylum application - Afghanistan The latest developments in Afghanistan require a reassessment of asylum procedures that are still ongoing and also those that have already been completed. The requirements for subsidiary protection as well as for a national ban on deportation have been met. For this reason, we recommend that all asylum seekers from Afghanistan take immediate action and file a follow-up asylum application or an asylum application from Afghanistan.