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Some of the asylum seekers participating in the training at La Petite Merveille, in Belgium, on January 13, 2022 | Photo: Imago
Two young migrants working in a pizzeria in Palermo | Photo: ARCHIVE/ANSA
From file: Nurses and care workers are among the most sought-after professionals in Germany | Photo: K. Nietfeld/dpa/picture-alliance
A Western Union sing in Munich, Germany | Photo: Alexander Pohl/imago
English classes at the US airbase in Ramstein, Germany, October 9, 2021 | Photo: Reuters/Kai Pfaffenbach
Migrant farm workers protest during a demonstration in Piazza Montecitorio, Rome | Photo: Massimo Percossi/ANSA
Germany issues the most Blue Cards in the EU, often to engineers, computer scientists and doctors | Photo: Daniel Karmann/dpa
Denmark recently withdrew the residence permit of many Syrian refugees after declaring the country safe | Photo: Jens Dresling/AP Photo/picture alliance
Many Syrian women in Germany are unable to get jobs because of childcare duties | Photo: Annegret Hilse/Reuters
Thousands of migrant workers are at risk of being forced to return home at the end of April | Photo: ANSA/ QUOTIDIANO DEL SUD
Zakaria, from Sudan, one of a team of refugees working in the vineyards at Château de Pedesclaux in the Pauillac area of Bordeaux | Photo: UNHCR/Kate Thompson-Gorry
Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak wants to transform the UK to the leading immigration destination for outstanding talent | Photo: Toby Melville/Reuters