The immigration of skilled workers from non-EU countries to Germany is growing, according to one study – is, however, still at a low level. In 2017, almost 545.000 people from third countries had come, as from a study by the Bertelsmann Foundation. Of them around 38.100 people were as skilled a residence permit, the equivalent of seven percent. In 2015, it had been only three percent.

After the years of 2015 and 2016 from the influx of Fugitive had been dominated, on the horizon for 2017, a normalisation of Migration. Among the immigrants from third countries, about 118.000 were Refugees.

of 635,000 persons moved in the same time, significantly more people from EU countries to Germany. A good 60 percent of the EU’s foreign, immigrant people were professionals and had a University or vocational qualification, said Matthias Mayer from the Foundation.

immigration from EU countries, Romanians, poles, Bulgarians, Croats, and Italians are well represented. In the case of the third-countries of origin countries of skilled workers were India, Bosnia-Herzegovina, USA, Serbia and China.

a Transparent immigration act required

Mayer of migration of Skilled workers to expect from the non-European countries is of great importance, in the face of nationwide, 1.2 million Vacancies and the upcoming rest of the baby boom Generation. Germany need quickly for a transparent and effective immigration law. If you decide to live in this country, should be given a clear perspective for the right of permanent residence and naturalisation.

The Federal government wants to win an immigration law and more qualified workers from EU-countries and third countries for the German labour market. The Cabinet wants to decide in the course of this year. The design, from the media this week cited, provides for a relaxation of rules for foreigners from Non-EU countries. In the future, each could work here, has a contract of employment “and a recognised qualification,” therefore, in the design. The previously required examination of whether a German or an EU citizen for the job would be an option, should be eliminated.