Skilled Workers who are not citizens of the EU now have better chances of getting jobs in Germany. The coalition Government has designed an agreement that can help promote the immigration growth of the country. The agreement allows skilled workers who are not EU citizens to quickly find a job and work in Germany, especially in occupations where there is a scarcity of workers. It was reported that the Merkel's Government deliberated far into the night on Monday to come to a conclusion on the issue of immigration. The discussion majorly centered on how to apply immigration which targets individuals from non-EU countries; and how they can be used to fill vacancies in skilled labor, and the chances available to asylum seekers who were rejected by the government, but have blended into the society and gotten jobs there to still remain in Germany afterward. The new Immigration Law states that when a skilled worker who has been adequately trained and educated wants to get a job in Germany, they will encounter little or no restrictions. Non-EU citizens have permission to work in Germany so long as they have a contract of employment and a valid degree course. Additionally, those sectors of some companies in Germany that were restricted from hiring skilled workers from other countries have now been given the license to hire from every country. It is required that applicants have vocational training. Now job seekers have been given six months to find a job. The law goes on to create chances of obtaining a better residency permit, by availing permanent jobs for asylum seekers who were rejected but still stay in the country.
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