The Skilled Immigration Act improves the immigration opportunities for skilled workers from countries outside the EU (third countries). The new guide "Possibilities of skilled worker immigration - What employers need to know" provides a concise explanation of all legal regulations concerning the employment of skilled professionals from third countries.
The COVID-19 pandemic has an impact on the entry and residence of foreign skilled workers in Germany. The Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and Community has issued temporary residence regulations and official measures in this regard. The Confederation of German Employers' Associations (BDA) has briefly summarized these regulations in German.
This checklist for recruiting professionals from abroad explains how to find and integrate foreign skilled workers. It also provides information on what to consider when it comes to the legal framework.
The Skilled Immigration Act in Germany
With the Skilled Immigration Act, the regulations for skilled professionals from countries outside the European Union are changing. Our explainer video shows you what is new.
You are a company of the Chamber of Industry and Commerce (IHK) and you are looking for a specialist in the fields of electrical engineering or computer science? The project "Hand in Hand for International Talents" supports you in your search for suitable specialists with vocational training in Brazil, India and Vietnam.
Do you want to recruit a qualified professional from abroad? We show you how you can place your job advertisement on "Make it in Germany"-job listings.
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