Migration

# Asylum

Asylum is a right protected by the German constitution. People who are fleeing violence, war and terror in other parts of the world may be protected here in Germany. Find out how the asylum procedure works, about the right to asylum and the different types of protection, as well as about the European context.

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Assistance

These Assistance Services support you in exercising your rights and fulfilling your duties in the European internal market.

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  1. 01. Points of single contact

    The pan-European network of  Points of Single Contact can provide you with details of any legal requirements and help you to complete relevant procedures.

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  2. 04. National assistance centres for professional qualifications

    The assistance centre provides information for citizens from the EU, the EEA and Switzerland on the recognition of professional qualifications in Germany.

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  3. 06. European network of employment services (EURES)

    If you are looking for a job, apprenticeship or traineeship in Germany or another European country, or if you are a company looking to recruit European workers, the EURES Network's specialist advisers can support you by providing information and advice.

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