Newsletter No. 3/2021: Recruiting professionals from abroad: a step by step guide
Dear Reader,
Welcome to the new issue of the ‘Make it in Germany’ newsletter. Keep up to date with the key developments in the field of immigration of skilled workers in Germany. Your ‘Make it in Germany’-team wishes you an enjoyable read!
In the spotlight
Fachkräfte aus dem Ausland
Employers considering recruiting staff from abroad often face new challenges and unanswered questions: How to reach skilled workers abroad? Is a visa required? How can integration be ensured? This article will provide an overview of the most important steps in recruiting skilled workers from abroad. 
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Figure of the month
Almost 60,000
third-country nationals received a residence permit for the first time in the context of qualified employment between March and December 2020.
(Federal Office for Migration and Refugees, 2021)
News on ‘Make it in Germany’
This will be the subject of the next ‘Make it in Germany’ webinar held on Tuesday, 19 October 2021 from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm in cooperation with “Recognition in Germany” and the Central Office of Foreign Education (ZAB).
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In the new section "downloads" you will find a collection of our flyers, checklists, explanatory graphics on the visa process and other useful documents at a glance.
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Have you already noticed? The menu on "Make it in Germany" has been given a new coat of paint: a more modern, light design offers a better overview of all topics.
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Guest article
Welcome Center RLP Logo
The Welcome Centers in Rhineland-Palatinate support interested companies and skilled workers from abroad every step, from recruitment to entry regulations and arrival in Germany. They see themselves as the first point of contact and guide in their network. "Make it in Germany" spoke with the Welcome Centers about their experiences in their work.
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We want to constantly improve for you! Do you have any questions or suggestions? Write us at Your contact persons are Vanessa Pohlmann, Michaelle Nintcheu and Rosalia Meztli Chino Flores.

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