New Germany immigration and integration policy mandates language proficiency for migrants and skilled workers

Germany, on Wednesday, announced new migration law for Nigerians, noting that the new regulation was imperative to address issues surrounding irregular migration.

Minister of State of German Federal Chancellery, Mrs Annette Widmann-Mauz, made this known in Abuja in a meeting with the Federal Commissioner for Refugees, Migrants and IDPs, Mr Basheer Mohammed.

Widmann-Mauz, who spoke through an interpreter, said, “We have to inform people before they leave their country of origin, in this case, Nigeria; to inform them about the legal regular pact of migration, especially over our Skills Migration Act. We will like to give advice and inform, but more than that, we will also like to offer language courses and training. “Therefore, we have centres of information and advice, which will enhance the qualification, especially for the labour market.

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