Germany to loosen immigration rules for workers from abroad – DW – 11/30/2022

The German cabinet agreed on Wednesday to immigration reform in a bid to secure more skilled workers.

Europe’s biggest economy is currently experiencing a lack of roughly half a million people to its workforce and wants to make up for the shortfall.

The federal government said it wants to boost immigration and training to tackle a skills shortage which is hampering the country’s economy at a time of weakening growth. Meanwhile, an aging population is increasing pressure on the public pension system.

Germany is also keen on granting immigrants from the Western Balkan countries, such as Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Kosovo, North Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia, access to their job market for an unlimited amount of time.

The proposals to amend the Skilled Immigration…

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