immigration

Migrants trying to reach western EU countries through Hungary as they gather in front of a fence on the Serbian side of the border between Serbia and Hungary | PHOTO/ARCHIVE/EPA/EDVARD MOLNAR HUNGARY OUT
How does the “Fachkräftezuwanderungsgesetz” - or Skilled Immigration Act - make it easier for skilled professionals to migrate to Germany for work?
Actor Welket Bunguê holds up a jacket with a clear message at the Berlinale premiere of "Berlin Alexanderplatz" | Photo: picture-alliance/dpa
The Conservative Home Secretary (Interior Minister) Priti Patel says that the new system is about taking back control, attracting highly skilled people and reducing overall immigration | Photo: Imago
Germany hopes to attract workers in positions that are proving to be difficult to fill | Photo: picture-alliance/dpa
Participants of an integration course | Photo: Picturea-alliance/dpa/W.Grubitzsch
A workplace in Germany | Photo: Imago Images
oint patrols on the Italy-Slovenia border to stem the flow of irregular arrivals in Friuli Venezia Giulia | Photo: ANSA/Cristiana Missori
Austria's new Justice Minister Alma Zadic | Photo: picture-alliance /APA/H.Punz
The new Croatian president Zoran Milanovic celebrates his victory in Zagreb on January 5, 2020 | Photo: Reuters
Prime Minister Kurz (in front) hopes to clamp down on irregular migration while his deputy, Green Party leader Werner Kogler, espouses less radical views on migration | Photo:  Reuters/L. Foeger
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