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Migrant farmworkers in the Italian region of Calabria | Photo: ANSA/Quotidiano Del Sud
Achraf (l.) and Moustapha both hail from Morocco but have very different migration stories to tell | Photo: IMarco Wolter/InfoMigrants
Health care workers treat the most serious patients infected with coronavirus at the Cremona intensive care unit in Cremona, south of Milan | Photo: Picture-alliance/abaca/lpa/C.Carlo
Ibrahima, Guinean refugee, transforms a pair of trousers into a jacket at the Renaissance workshop | Photo: Tiffany Fillon/InfoMigrants
The photo shows African immigrants carrying aid boxes distributed at the Raoued town hall in Tunis, Tunisia, 22 April 2020 | Photo: EPA/MOHAMED MESSARA
Jaspa Anchang in front of his food truck in Berlin | Photo: DW
"I didn't come wanting to be a refugee"
How does the “Fachkräftezuwanderungsgesetz” - or Skilled Immigration Act - make it easier for skilled professionals to migrate to Germany for work?
Migrants at work on the archaeological site | Photo: ANSA
28-year-old refugee Devisme Jackson from Cameroon during a vocational training program in Germany | Photo: Picturea-alliance/dpa/ZB/P.Pleul
Migrants are allowed to work three months after filing an asylum application in Germany, but there are still hurdles to finding employment | Photo: Picture alliance
Refugees at work in a graphic and bookbinding firm | Photo: Picture-alliance/dpa/S.Willnow