Immigration Infoblog

10 Good Reasons to Do an Engineering Master’s in Germany

ByVenkat Chintada|Originally Submitted On April 12, 2018 When you say Germany, you instantly think about safe and modern roads, best cars in the world and all sorts of technological innovations. All these are the result of vast research and developments in the engineering and technology field made in Germany. So it’s quite obvious for any student who looks for an

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Becoming an Illegal Immigrant

How to be an illegal immigrant? It has been detailed that people can be called illegal immigrants if they perform one of the three possible ways that individuals can be considered as such. If they enter the country without any proper authorization and inspection from the officials, then they are branded as illegal immigrants. Also, if they end up staying

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The German social benefit system

The German social benefit system is following the idea of solidarity. The economic system itself is described to be a social market economy “Soziale Marktwirtscaft.” So, people in Germany working hard contribute for the whole society and take care of themselves if they get sick or can’t work for some time making the minimum living standard is still possible. In

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Brazilian diaspora: a worldwide phenomenon

The Brazilian diaspora is a phenomenon that happened in the mid-decade of 1980 till the early years of the new millennium. During the decades of 1960 and 1970, Brazil was borrowed a major amount of money from international creditors for industrialization. After that time, the world economy went into recession and oil prices rose tremendously. So did the country’s international

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The Federal Employment Agency – Finding a job in Germany

The Federal Employment Agency: Bundesagentur für Arbeit The biggest Federal Employment Agency for job seekers and companies seeking employers in Germany is the “Bundesagentur for Arbeit” , also known as Arbeitsagentur or in common language “Arbeitsamt”- don’t get confused, the terms refer to the same Federal Agency. There is also the Jobcenter, they belong partly to the Bundesagentur for Arbeit, partly

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