The realm of Global Mobility is swiftly bouncing back from the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, and Germany is certainly not lagging behind. The fierce global competition to entice top talent, irrespective of their current whereabouts, is reigniting with fervor once more. 

On June 23rd, 2023, the German parliament took a significant step towards addressing the country's immigration challenges by passing a long-awaited piece of legislation to reform the Skilled Immigration Act. This move reflects Germany's commitment to attracting top talent from around the world, regardless of their current location.


In preparation for these upcoming changes, AIRINC and Sterling Lexicon conducted a joint pulse survey. The purpose of this survey was to gather insights from companies dealing with immigration challenges and understand their thoughts on the current procedures and the anticipated reforms. The results of this survey are not only informative but also shed light on Germany's proactive approach towards making necessary changes to its immigration policies.


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The findings of the survey highlight the importance of these reforms and demonstrate that Germany is not acting prematurely in wanting to make these changes. It is evident that companies involved in immigration processes recognize the need for a more streamlined and efficient system that can attract and retain skilled professionals from abroad.

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The legislation reform is a significant step towards making the immigration process less administrative and restricted; with the aim of attracting the best talent and bringing it into Germany more easily.


By embracing global talent and facilitating their entry into the country, Germany is positioning itself as a top destination for skilled individuals seeking new opportunities. 


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To delve deeper into these topics, download our joint AIRINC and Sterling Lexicon survey and register for the upcoming webinar.


Event details:
Date: 24 August 2023
Time: 15:00 CET
Duration: 60 minutes


Immigration into Germany survey and webinar


Immigration into Germany Survey & Webinar