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Flyer "Research stays in Germany"

Date 12 January 2015
Order number FFFY04E
type Flyer

This flyer provides information on entry and residency requirements for researchers from non-EU countries.

Brochure: Welcome to Germany

Date 7 January 2015
type Booklet

The brochure, drawn up by the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees on behalf of the Federal Ministry of the Interior, comprises 130 pages containing large amounts of tips making everyday life easier. It also contains a considerable number of (Internet) addresses on where to find advice and further links.

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Brochure: Studying and Working in Germany

Date 1 January 2015
type Booklet

The aim of the new brochure "Studying and Working in Germany" is to provide economic migrants and migrants who wish to acquire occupational qualifications or to pursue a course of studies in Germany with the relevant legal guidelines.

Flyer "The EU Blue Card"

Date 1 January 2015
type Flyer

Information on the new residence title pursuant to Section 19a of the German Residence Act

EMN Inform - The use of detention and alternatives to detention in the context of immigration policies

Date 22 December 2014
type miscellaneous

This EMN Inform summarises the main findings of the EMN Focussed Study on "The Use of Detention and Alternatives to Detention on the Context of Immigration Policies". The Study was based on contributions from EMN National Contact Points in 26 Member States, collected via common specifications to ensure comparability.

Unaccompanied minors in Germany

Date 16 December 2014
Order number FFWP60
type Working paper

Working Paper 60 the basics governing the way in which the State deals with unaccompanied minors in Germany. 6,584 unaccompanied minors were taken into care by the youth welfare offices in 2013 alone.

Immigration from the new EU member states Bulgaria and Romania

Date 5 December 2014
type Research report

For the first time, in the Research Report 24, immigration from Bulgaria and Romania is studied in detail based on an analysis of the relevant facts and figures. One of the main areas covered is how migration between the EU member states has developed over the course of the economic and financial crisis and as the labour market has been opened up.

The German Asylum Procedure

Date 19 November 2014
type Booklet

An accompanying broschure to the film

The Asylum Process in Germany - explained in detail

Date 17 November 2014
Order number OEBR02en
type Booklet

One of the most important tasks of the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees is checking asylum applications. This brochure explains the individual aspects of the asylum process and provides statistical data.