It should be easier for people like Reem Alabali-Radovan's parents to settle down in Germany in the future. That is why the federal ministers decided on key points on immigration into the labor market on Wednesday. They provide that foreigners who have two years of professional experience and can show a state-recognized professional qualification in their country of origin do not need any formal recognition in Germany. In addition, job seekers "with good potential" may stay in Germany for the search, for which there should be an opportunity card based on the Canadian model.
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