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German Bundestag adopts package of migration laws

Citizens of non-EU member countries will be able to come to Germany without an employment contract if they have the appropriate qualifications and sufficient skills in Gerrnan language
11:33, 8 June 2019
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The German Bundestag has adopted a package of immigration laws that simplify employment process for specialists of various jobs, including those who have "non-academic" professions. This was told by the official representative of the federal government Steffen Seibert, according to Ukrinform.

“First of all, we are talking about immigration and specialists. Germany urgently needs qualified personnel ... We open the labor market for people from countries that are not members of the EU,” Seibert explained.

The law opens the door to Germany for the professionals of various specialties, not just "academic ones".

In addition, now citizens of countries that are not part of the EU with appropriate qualifications and sufficient level of the German language will be able to come to the country without an employment contract and look for work on the spot for six months, provided that the expenses for their stay during this period should be paid by themselves.

MPs also considered the conditions of deportation of those who have no chance of obtaining official status in the country. The government is convinced that the adopted package of laws will allow the state to better control the influx of migrants.
As we reported, in 2018, the Czech Police on Foreigners detained 4,992 illegal migrants, most of whom were citizens of Ukraine. Such data was presented to the government by the head of the country's Interior Ministry, Jan Gamachek, writes the Czech Vinegret.

“Ukrainians prevailed among the detained illegal immigrants - 1,470 people. They have followed the citizens of Moldavia (567), Vietnam (312), Russia (273), and Uzbekistan (157),” the message said.

It is noted that 4,653 people entered the Czech Republic legally, and only then for various reasons violated the established terms of stay.

In addition, 191 transit migrants were detained in the country last year.

These were mainly citizens of Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan, and Nigeria. They went through the Czech Republic to Germany and other EU countries.

Earlier it was reported that Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurtz called for a revision of the European Union's Lisbon Treaty and tough action against countries that let in migrants.
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