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Leaflet on the Integration Course - 630.121c

Date 18 January 2017
type bulletin

Leaflet on the Integration Course for asylum seekers with a residence permit, foreigners tolerated and foreigners with a residence permit.

Call for tender ERIN specific actions

Date 16 January 2017
type application

Information on applying for admission to an integration course - 630.009j

Date 13 January 2017
type bulletin

This information sheet contains information for foreigners and German nationals who, on application, may be admitted to an integration course by the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees. This information sheet is available in numerous different languages.

Information sheet on the integration course for obliged asylum seekers and foreigners

Date 30 December 2016
type bulletin

Leaflet on the Integration Course for obliged asylum seekers with a residence permit, foreigners tolerated andforeigners with a residence permit.

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.

List of approved research facilities

Date 28 December 2016
type list

Name and adress of approved research facilities are published in the "Liste der anerkannten Forschungseinrichtungen".

ERIN-Application-Form

Date 23 December 2016
type application

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.

Abridged version of the Research Report: Asylum – and what then? The situation of persons having the right to asylum and recognised refugees in Germany

Date 12 December 2016
type miscellaneous

The abridged version summarises the most important statements and results of the BAMF’s Study on Refugees 2014.