On the following pages you will find important information about the acceptance conditions applicable to Jewish immigrants who wish to enter Germany and about the acceptance procedures and basic legal conditions.
Since the Immigration Act (Einwanderungsgesetz) came into effect on 1 January 2005, Jewish immigrants have been required to apply to enter Germany based on the Residence Act (Aufenthaltsgesetz). Therefore new rules apply.
There are special acceptance criteria applicable to Jewish immigrants to Germany. You will find the most important regulations and information here about the special rules that apply to victims of National Socialist persecution.