Find out about the new immigration law to Germany 2020 and its job opportunities








Find out about the new immigration law to Germany 2020 and 
its job opportunities


Immigration to Germany
Germany (and its capital: Berlin) is one of the countries located in the continent of Europe in a geographically distinct location, and due to its system of government it is called (the Federal Republic of Germany), and it is one of the countries that has a large area and low population density, and when you visit Germany you will find it from Countries with vitality, vigor and giving work a great deal of attention and commitment.


In addition to enjoying a high standard of living and cultural level for its people, Germany also enjoys a great interest by the government in green spaces, which made more than 70 percent of its area green, and therefore, immigration to Germany is the endeavor of many individuals worldwide.


New immigration law to Germany
The country of Germany suffers from a severe shortage of skilled workers in many professions and jobs, and most of its employees are elderly people. Therefore, in the context of the state’s endeavor to bridge this deficit, it has developed a new immigration law similar to the immigration laws of Canada and Australia based on points, but it differs A little about them.


In the new immigration law to Germany, points for selecting applicants for immigration will not be calculated; rather, it depends on the presence of educational qualifications, work experiences, or high material ability, or mastery of the German language in a way that helps in communicating with employers, and among the most important items that came in the new law , the following:

·     Work experience: This law focuses primarily on facilitating immigration for people with practical experience in some majors to Germany, with university qualifications granted a blue card to be as a work permit that enables them to travel to Germany.

·    Changing the course of rejected asylum applications: Many asylum requests to Germany are rejected for one reason or another, and for this reason (the Social Democratic Party) in Germany decided that the applications of people with the ability to integrate and work in German society be transferred with the mastery of the German language from (asylum application) to (Request an immigration for economic reasons).

·     Facilitating immigration for owners of some professions: The government coalition also settled in Germany to lift restrictions on some professions, especially those that need to occupy a large number of workers and employees, and to ease the conditions imposed by (Employment Agency) on these professions, and the number of professions that this item applies to is about 61 different professions.

It is worth noting that this law does not give priority to the citizens of the country when selecting employees and workers, but it depends only on practical experience, skill and proficiency in the German language, and one of the most important jobs that suffer from a deficiency in competencies in Germany is a job (information technology specialists).

·     Availability of obtaining a job search visa for skilled labor: Previously obtaining a job search visa was available for academic professionals; and with the new immigration law, this visa became available to those with vocational qualification and skilled labor, but the law indicated that no living aid is paid during the period of presence in Germany to search for work, so there is an emphasis on the provision of the need to have a capacity to cover the period of residence for the visa.


Job opportunities in Germany
As we mentioned earlier, there are a large number of vacancies in Germany that need highly qualified workers and employees, and it is best for the applicant to be present personally within Germany in order to be able to obtain a contract of employment easily, since as mentioned, it is difficult to obtain On the contract before traveling.
If there is a need to obtain a work contract before traveling, one of the relatives or friends residing in Germany can be hired and can communicate with them through the employers.


It is worth noting that there are three types of employment contracts in Germany:
·         Full time: (40 - 45) working hours per week.
·         Part-time: (24 - 39) working hours per week.
·         Simple working time: less than 20 working hours per week, and this type is completely exempt from income tax.