Migration (Topic7, Group A)

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A presentation by Daniela Bilk, Yvonne Kablau and Verena Waßen)

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Migration : 

Migration A presentation by Daniela Bilk Yvonne Kablau Verena Waßen

Topics : 

Topics Statistics 2006 and 2007 Women and men Reasons for migration Applicant and approval Interviews Yugoslavia Belgium 13.10.2008 2 Migration Daniela Bilk, Yvonne Kablau, Verena Waßen

Statistics : 

Statistics The pictures you can see when you click on the orange boxes show statistics of naturalized people in Germany depending on their origin Nationalities in the year 2006 in the year 2007 Topics Statistics 2006 and 2007 Reasons for migration Applicant and approval Interviews 13.10.2008 3 Migration Daniela Bilk, Yvonne Kablau, Verena Waßen

Statistics : 

Statistics Here you can see a statistic on the percentage of immigrant women and men in the years 2004 to 2007 women and men Topics Statistics 2006 and 2007 Women and men Reasons for migration Applicant and approval Interviews 13.10.2008 4 Migration Daniela Bilk, Yvonne Kablau, Verena Waßen

Reasons for (e)migration : 

Reasons for (e)migration There are as many reasons to migrate, as there are im/-migrants itself. Each of them has his own history and his own reasons. Here is a selection: - no job prospects in their home-countries- family reasons (p. e. family members)- hope for economic improvement - political discontent - better working- / living conditions - guest work - taxes- religious or linguistic reasons - climatic conditions (p. e. for pensioners) - refugees, war or natural disasters - expulsion, enslavement Topics Statistics Reasons for migration Applicant and approval Interviews 13.10.2008 5 Migration Daniela Bilk, Yvonne Kablau, Verena Waßen

Applicant and Approval : 

Applicant and Approval Children of foreigners born in Germany may acquire the German nationality if they fullfill certain circumstances. They must however decide between the ages of 18 and 23 whether to retain their German nationality or the nationality of their parents.  As a general rule, foreigners now have the right to become naturalized after eight years of habitual residence in Germany, provided they meet the relevant conditions, instead of the fifteen years previously required. For naturalization, it is necessary to prove adequate knowledge of German. A clean record and commitment to the tenets of the Basic Law (Constitution) are further criteria. The person to be naturalized must also be able to support him/herself financially. Topics Statistics Reasons for migration Applicant and approval Page one Interviews 13.10.2008 6 Migration Daniela Bilk, Yvonne Kablau, Verena Waßen

Applicant and Approval : 

Applicant and Approval Foreigners must pass a naturalization test if they wish to receive the German citizenship. In this test, basic knowledge of law and social order is asked. The test consists of 33 questions, selected from 300 nationwide standardized and ten additional questions about the state. For each question, there are four response options. A testee, must submit 17 questions correctly within 60 minutes. Click here to see a selection of questions of the naturalization test Topics Statistics Reasons for migration Applicant and approval Page one Page two Interviews 13.10.2008 7 Migration Daniela Bilk, Yvonne Kablau, Verena Waßen

Applicant and Approval : 

Applicant and Approval EU citizens: Citizens of the European Union (EU) and of the European Economic Area need for the entry into Germany and for the residence no residence permits. As the Germans they simply have to register at the registration office of their residence. There they receive a certificate from the Department of Immigration about their right of residence. This is also the right to pursue economic activity. Family members of EU citizens who are not EU nationals, will receive officially a residence card from the local aliens department for the entry they may need a visa EU nationals do not require a visa to enter the Federal Republic of Germany. Topics Statistics Reasons for migration Applicant and approval Page one Page two Page three Interviews 13.10.2008 8 Migration Daniela Bilk, Yvonne Kablau, Verena Waßen

Applicant and Approval : 

Applicant and Approval Access to the German labour market Foreigners not coming from the European Union (EU), European Economic Area (EEA) or Switzerland may as a rule only reside in Germany for the purpose of taking up gainful employment if they have the requisite residence permit*. They may not work without it. Australian, Canadian, Israeli, Japanese, South Korean, New Zealand and US citizens may acquire this residence permit from the competent aliens authority after their arrival in Germany. They may not however commence gainful employment until they have the permit. Nationals of all other states must apply for a work visa from their local German mission prior to coming to Germany Topics Statistics Reasons for migration Applicant and approval Page one Page two Page three Page four Interviews 13.10.2008 9 Migration Daniela Bilk, Yvonne Kablau, Verena Waßen

The interviews : 

The interviews Our group made interviews with two migrants. Click here to see the interview we made with a familyfather who went from Yugoslavia to Germany Click here to see the interview we made with a familyfather who went from Germany to Belgium Topics Statistics Reasons for migration Applicant and approval Interviews 13.10.2008 10 Migration Daniela Bilk, Yvonne Kablau, Verena Waßen

We hope you enjoyed our presentation : 

We hope you enjoyed our presentation Here you can see where we got our information from http://www.stellenboersen.de/aktuelles/handelsblatt/junge-karriere/ http://www.destatis.de/jetspeed/portal/cms/ www.integration-in-deutschland.de www.auswaertiges-amt.de www.deutsche-botschaft.de www.bmi.bund.de Own experiences, Interviewpartner 13.10.2008 11 Migration Daniela Bilk, Yvonne Kablau, Verena Waßen

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Topics Statistics 2006 Reasons for migration Applicant and approval Interviews

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