Will it soon be easier for unskilled migrants to work in Germany?
The Cabinet has approved a Skilled Labour Immigration Bill (draft law), which applies to workers from non-EU countries.
The bill is aimed solely at skilled migrants, i.e. those who hold a university degree or a vocational training qualification.
Is it true that people who are recognised as refugees in Greece are allowed to work in Germany?
The rule is that citizens of non-EU countries are not allowed simply to enter the Federal Republic of Germany and work there. They must apply for a work visa before they enter the country. This also applies for holders of a travel document for refugees issued by another EU state, for example Greece.