Hey there, friends! I have some exciting news for all the young professionals, students, and job seekers out there. Germany and India have recently signed the German-Indian Migration Agreement, which means that nationals of India will now have a much easier time traveling to Germany for work, study, and professional purposes.
This new agreement will promote mobility among students, trainees, and professionals and aims to combat irregular migration and human trafficking. It’s a huge step towards building a deeper partnership between the two countries, and it’s going to make a big difference for those looking to gain professional experience in Germany.
The agreement also addresses legal migration and return cooperation, making it easier for those who must leave Germany to do so in a fair and orderly manner. The joint working group will be set up for the implementation of the agreement, and the new migration and mobility rules will apply to citizens of both countries wishing to take up work in Germany and India.
The agreement is a milestone for a deeper German-Indian partnership in the area of migration, and it’s an important step towards attracting skilled workers that Germany urgently needs. And the good news doesn’t stop there – the new rules also apply to students, trainees, specialists, journalists, and scientists of both countries!
So, if you’re a national of India, this is fantastic news for you. Currently, around 200,000 Indians live in Germany, and over 25,000 Indians are studying in Germany, making up the second-largest group of foreign students. With the new migration and mobility rules, even more young Indians will have the opportunity to gain professional experience, study, receive training, and work in Germany.
Overall, this is a big win for both countries and a huge opportunity for those looking to gain experience in a new culture and environment. So, start packing your bags and get ready to explore the world – and don’t forget to take advantage of the new migration and mobility rules between Germany and India!
Checkout tout your chances to work in Germany with the official Visa-Quick from the German Federal Foreign Office: