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How Germany is planning to attract skilled foreigners

Germany ruling/decision coalition has put the foundations/cornerstones in place to change the immigration system to make the country more attractive for skilled workers and fill a huge number of opportunities in the worker/labor market, a government source told Reuters on Friday.

How Germany is planning to attract skilled foreigners and avoid an $85 billion hit

The reforms/changes include introducing a so-called “opportunity card” which will entitle people to look for jobs in Germany based on a points system, with language skills, professional experience, and connection to Germany among the criteria…

Germany’s interior and Worker/labor ministers want to turn Europe’s biggest/greatest economy into an immigration destination, as the need for skilled labor increases with the aging population posing a demographic time bomb for Germany’s public pension system and risk for Financial development/economic growth.

“Germany needs qualified specialists to remain economically successful,” Worker/Labour Minister Hubertus Heil said on Friday.

A Worker/Labour ministry study expects the gap between demand and deals of gifted laborers to develop to around 240,000 individuals by 2026.

The Bureau will settle on these foundations by mid-November and a draft regulation is normal in the main quarter of the following year, the source said.

Easing the process of recognizing foreigners’ capabilities/qualifications, obtaining longer-term residencies upon employment, and removing barriers to the long-term recruitment of top academics are among the envisaged changes/reforms.

A priority check for foreigners entering Germany to begin/start an apprenticeship will be abolished, meaning there will be no need for a certification from the Federal Worker/Labour Agency that no German applicant is being displaced by a foreigner for the spot.

Qualified non-EU nationals should be able to travel to Germany even without prior formal recognition of their professional capabilities/qualifications.

Berlin is even considering a “contingent and limited entry regardless of qualifications” in case of an acute shortage of Labors/workers in certain sectors.

Abroad, Germany will expand its offering of language courses and examinations, while looking into making them more affordable. It also plans to expand offers of vocational training programs with integrated German language training, especially in the nursing sector…

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