Germany Drafts New Immigration Law

by Admin on November 8, 2016

Law adapted from Canada’s point based migration rules


The Social Democrats of Germany have drafted a new law that would allow for people outside form the EU to apply for residency based on their qualifications and background reports The Local.

The law was influenced by the Canadian’s Comprehensive Ranking System which uses points to denote whether an individual is eligible for long term immigration, cut off point being 67 out of 100.

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The draft law will score individuals wishing to immigrate based on their academic qualifications, age, existing job offers and familial connections.

College students will require a score of 65/100 to be eligible for the visa. According to The Local, the law would not affect people seeking asylum.

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