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These Contributions on Migration and Integration include outcomes from the Federal Office's research activities and which have been drawn up in conjunction with external authors. The series also includes co-operation projects and volumes of essays based on conferences held at the Federal Office. There are also papers which have been written as part of the Federal Office's doctoral programme.

The Contributions on Migration and Integration exclusively reflect the authors' opinions.

16 October 2014 Temporary citizens

The seventh volume in the series entitled “Contributions to Migration and Integration” analyses the option scheme in German citizenship law. In her dissertation, the author uses data from the BAMF’s research centre to illustrate the decision-making conduct of the young adults who are affected by this scheme.

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13 February 2014 Immigration of skilled labour from Asia to Germany and Europe

The fifth volume in the series entitled Contributions to Migration and Integration explores immigration of skilled labour from Asia to Europe and Germany. It contains the comprehensive, edited versions of the speeches that were given by the speakers attending an international conference on this topic.

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27 August 2013 Return and reintegration – Types and strategies using the example of Turkey, Georgia and the Russian Federation

The fourth volume of the series entitled Contributions to Migration and Integration deals with topics related to return and reintegration. It presents central results of a survey among returnees from Germany to Turkey, Georgia and the Russian Federation.

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30 June 2011 Restrictions of labour market integration of low-qualified women with migration background

The third volume of the series entitled Contributions in Migration and Integration extensively analyses the obstacles faced by women with a migration background who have only few qualifications when it comes to integration into the labour market.

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16 March 2011 Potentials of Migration between Africa and Germany

The second volume of the series entitled Contributions in Migration and Integration sheds light on central aspects of migration between Africa and Germany and attempts to connect up current threads of the discussion concerning migration and integration research, as well as on development research.

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16 March 2010 Muslim Organisations and the State – European Perspectives

The first volume of the series entitled Contributions in Migration and Integration deals with the question of Muslim self-organisation in European societies and seeks to illustrate the relationship between these organisations and the State.

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