A law enacted by the German parliament will make employment chances available to immigrants from Nigeria and other non-EU Nations.
According to DW on Friday, the German Bundestag approved a “new immigration law reform intended to encourage more people from outside the European Union to come to Germany for work.”
The new rule makes Germany accessible to job applicants from nations outside the EU, including those in Africa and other continents.
An “opportunity card,” provided by the law, enables foreigners to relocate to Germany for a year in order to look for employment prospects.
Additionally, it provides for the employment of refugees seeking asylum in Germany who possess the appropriate qualifications. The new law also applies to anyone who are traveling on a tourist visa.
Additionally, foreigners having at least two years of professional experience won’t require their degrees to be recognized in Germany before they can enter the workforce.