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Family Reunification of third-country nationals in Germany

Date 22 March 2017
Order number FFWP73
type Survey

The study provides an overview of the legal stipulations, the scope and the challenges of the family reunification of third-country nationals with third-country nationals living in Germany.

EMN Bulletin Nr. 17

Date 1 March 2017
type report

A Report from the European Migration Network for the period October to December 2016.

Learn German – for the future of your family

Date 16 February 2017
type Flyer

Parents' Integration Course for Immigrants

Elternintegrationskurse für Zuwanderinnen und Zuwanderer

How to: Learn German quickly and successfully

Date 24 January 2017
Order number FFWP72
type Working paper

The study serves to round off the research project entitled "Explaining differences in second language acquisition", and presents relevant factors influencing second language acquisition, which are put to the test in empirical terms in a secondary data analysis carried out by the BAMF’s integration panel.

Aspects of the integration of Romanian and Polish nationals who have immigrated to Germany

Date 29 December 2016
type brief analysis

The BAMF’s sixth Brief Analysis studies aspects of the integration of Romanian and Polish nationals who have immigrated to Germany. 1,250 individuals were included in the representative survey regarding their language knowledge, qualifications and labour market participation.

The 2015 Migration Report

Date 14 December 2016
Order number FFMB15
type Migration report

The 2015 Migration Report, drawn up by the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees, was presented by Federal Ministry of the Interior on 14 December 2016. In addition to comprehensive data on migration regarding Germany, the Report contains a European comparison on migration-related events and on asylum-related immigration. It addresses the phenomenon of irregular migration and provides information on the structure and development of the population with a migration background.

How many Muslims live in Germany?

Date 14 December 2016
Order number FFWP71
type Working paper

The study (WP 71) presents an extrapolation of the number of Muslims. The result is that between 4.4 and 4.7 million Muslim men and women were living in Germany on 31 December 2015. Accordingly, out of a total of 82.2 million inhabitants, between 5.4 and 5.7 percent belong to the Muslim faith. The extrapolation was carried out by the Research Centre of the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees on behalf of the German Islam Conference.