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Fact sheet on the integration course for newly arrived immigrants and existing foreign immigrants who are required to attend - 630.036b

Date 17 February 2009
type bulletin

This fact sheet contains information on the integration course for newly arrived immigrants who are authorised or required to attend and for immigrants who have already been living in Germany for some time and who are required to attend. A paper copy of this document is available from the local foreign affairs office. Please note that all applications specified in the fact sheet are to be submitted to the regional office of the Federal Office responsible for you.

Professional and academic training of migrants in Germany

Date 16 February 2009
Order number FFWP22
type Working paper

Extract from the series “Integration report”, part 5

The working paper “Professional and academic training of migrants in Germany” presents a comprehensive overview of the professional qualifications of immigrants compared to the existing population based on official data (statistics concerning professional training and university studies) and the micro census (career-related education level of the overall population).

EU-Ius-News 01/2009

Date 13 February 2009
type EU Ius news

The issue focuses on the Council of Europe, which celebrates this year the 60th anniversary of its foundation.

From the content:

  • European Court of Human Rights: Deportations to Iraq noinfringement of the ECHR
  • Hearing in the matter of the Treaty of Lisbon
  • European Migration Network: Annual review of the activities of the EMN

"German as a second language" - Issue 3/2008

Date 13 February 2009
type miscellaneous

The table of contents for the journal "German as a second language" - Issue 3/2008 can be found here.

"German as a second language" - Issue 2/2008

Date 13 February 2009
type miscellaneous

The table of contents for the journal "German as a second language" - Issue 2/2008 can be found here.

"German as a second language" - Issue 1/2008

Date 13 February 2009
type miscellaneous

The table of contents for the journal "German as a second language" - Issue 1/2008 can be found here.

EU-Ius-News 12/2008

Date 3 February 2009
type EU Ius news

From the content:

  • European Commission proposes to modify the Reception Conditions Directive, the Dublin Regulation and the Eurodac Regulation
  • ECJ judgment on the Central Register of Foreign Nationals
  • EMN: The German National Contact point at the 13th International Metropolis Conference in Bonn

Recordings for the listening comprehension part of the exam

Date 3 February 2009
type miscellaneous

The audio file for the listening comprehension part of the exam is available here. This document is only available in german and not barrier-free.

Chart overview of integration course

Date 1 February 2009
type graphic

This document is only available in german and not barrier-free.

German Annual Report on Asylum and Migration Statistics 2006

Date 30 January 2009
type miscellaneous

The Annual Report on Asylum and Migration Statistics provides an overview on immigration and emigration to and from Germany in 2006 as well as data on the quantitative evolution of different types of migration movements.

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Warning!

There have been several occasions very recently in which people have pretended to be employees of the Federal Office and asked for an interview at which they questioned asylum applicants intensively. This took place in some cases on the pretext that a second hearing was allegedly needed. Important: The Federal Office does not conduct home visits! These individuals do not work for the Federal Office. The Federal Office has therefore filed criminal charges. If something similar happens to you, or if you observe anything of this nature as a carer, please report this to your local police station.Interviewers from reputable survey institutes who are currently conducting interviews as part of research projects in which data are collected on a voluntary basis clearly state who they are working for. They also give the name of the survey institute and prove this by showing the appropriate documentation. This means that you can make enquiries should you have any doubts.

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