In 2012, over a million people moved to Germany. In the city of Wuppertal, immigration authorities have launched a welcome program designed to help new arrivals settle in.
Despite gloomy headlines about the asylum policy debate, a majority view life with their immigrant and non-immigrant neighbors positively. The study still noted an East-West split, as well as a divide on headscarves.
Ukrainian guest workers help plug the gaps left by mass emigration from Lithuania. But Lithuanians don't really want more foreigners settling in their country. Konstantin Eggert in Vilnius investigates.
German Cabinet members have agreed to the main points of a new skilled immigration law, according to media reports. But leading politicians disagree on offering job prospects to well-integrated immigrants denied asylum.
Refugees are being well integrated into Germany's jobs market, the country's employment agency has said. New figures show that in May 2018, more than 300,000 refugees were employed in Germany.
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