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German Green Card for Non-EU Workers

German Green Card for Non-EU Workers:

Germany is currently facing difficulty in finding skilled labor. To overcome the critical situation they are introducing a new German green card version. Its purpose is to help non-EU nationals find work easily. This version of a “green card”, the Chancenkarte is literally an opportunity card that will hopefully fill the gap of desperate labor shortage. It’s been a while since Industry associations are reporting downfalls slowing economic growth. So it’s good news for non-EU citizens, we will be also going to discuss eligibility criteria, and if you meet the requirements you can stay and work in Germany legally.

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German Green Card Requirements:

The new German green card news was shared by Labor Minister Hubertus Heil this week, offering a chance for foreign nationals to visit Germany and seek work even without a job offer, you just have to meet the following eligibility criteria:

  • Professional Qualification or A University Degree.
  • Minimum Three Years of Experience in Any Professional Field.
  • Good Language Skill or Proof of Previous Residency.
  • Aged Under 35

Minister from the center-left Social Democrats (SPD) highlighted that the German green card criteria are not like the one in Canada’s points system, as there will be terms and conditions. The number of cards will be limited for now by the German government but it will keep increasing as per the demand in the labor market. Source: DW

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