Following the approval of the new migration draft in the German Parliament, individuals who enter Germany with a tourist visa but find employment will no longer be required to return to their countries and go through the process of obtaining a work permit.
The draft law, which aims to facilitate the migration of skilled workforce from non-EU countries to Germany, has undergone additional improvements.
The key improvements made in the draft law, which aims to facilitate the migration of workforce from non-EU countries to Germany, include:
-Reducing the required income for university graduates coming with the Blue Card.
-Lowering the minimum gross income requirement to €3,500 per month for university graduates coming to Germany with the Blue Card.
-Granting the opportunity for asylum seekers to enter the job market if they find employment.
What will change?
The new migration law introduces a provision called the “Opportunity Card,” which facilitates the entry of foreign workforce into Germany for job-seeking purposes through a scoring system. Skilled workers with professional diplomas and experience will be able to come to Germany without waiting for their diplomas to be recognized by Germany. Highly educated and skilled workers will have the opportunity to work not only in their field of study but also in related fields.
Direct Employment for those with Tourist Visas
Individuals who enter Germany with a tourist visa and find employment will no longer be required to return to their countries and go through the process of obtaining a work permit. Once they receive a job offer that meets the qualifications defined in the law, they can start working directly in Germany.
Additional 75,000 Workforce per year
With these regulations, the German government aims to bring in an additional 75,000 workforce to the country annually. These measures are expected to have a positive impact on Germany’s economic growth and labor market.
The new migration law is seen as a significant step by Germany to meet its need for skilled workforce, as well as to support international cooperation and integration.
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