[:en]The only condition Albanians have to meet to be employed in Germany[:]


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[:en]In Germany, the number of work visas for Albanians, Bosnians and others from the Balkans has increased by 70% in the first eight months of 2017. "Die Welt" devotes two articles to the topic of foreigners' employment in Germany. "A job in Germany, many people in the Western Balkans see this as the only way out of unemployment in their homeland. Applicants should partially wait for one year until German embassies leave their work visa in their countries. However, in the first eight months of the year, the number of work visas issued by the Federal Employment Agency has increased by 70% to 63,000, Die Welt writes, referring to the data he owns from this agency. One in three work visas for third countries, according to this data, has been awarded to an applicant from the Western Balkan countries. Facilitating procedures for people from countries like Albania, Kosovo or Bosnia and Herzegovina has been applied since the beginning of 2016. The reason is that at the peak of the influx of refugees in 2015 there were also many asylum seekers from the Western Balkan countries. The German authorities were unprepared by this influx, being overloaded with Syria refugees. Since the reason for leaving the homeland from the Balkans was economic, the federal government decided, a new regulation for these countries, proclaiming them as safe places. Under such conditions there is no more right to asylum. So since 2016, candidates for employment from these countries can apply for a working visa, DW reports. The only condition is that they have a concrete job offer by Germany. They do not require a minimum qualification or minimum wage, as is the case with the so-called Blue Card, which is foreseen for specialists. Mostly work visas have been issued to employees in the construction branch, but also need working arm in the gastronomy, service and custody sector for the elderly.[:]

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