News to be told that a comprehensive migration and mobility partnership agreement between india and Germany, signed on Monday is aimed to facilitate the exchange of skills and talents between the two. As a deal, student will be granted a 18-month residency permit, 3000 job seeker visa given annually, simple and liberalized entry processes and multiple short stay visas.
External affairs minister S Jaishankar and his GERMAN counterpart signed the deal during a meeting of several global and regional issues. Accordingly, the agreement is overall a good effort create a network and also giving new talents a chance to explore more. And according to the external affairs press release this agreement defines India’s extending multi faceted strategic ties with Germany. Bringing in more talent will give a fresh look to our existing talents. The ministry added that the overall effort is to create a network or chain with objectives of beneficial visa regime.
Also, by signing the agreement Indians will get beneficial visa regime with an access to the labor markets. Now, there is a chance of Germany having an acute labor shortage in different sectors like technology, nursing, catering etc. According to labor minister their search for labor is already becoming an issue. So that’s a thing they have to keep looking for.
The country is also proposing to modernize immigration laws and make foreign workers and students feel more welcomed in different countries. Also, they are considering introducing a point system.
Having and creating different aspects and bringing them within us will help people grow a lot in every term of life be it anything. Even having foreign people around us help us to learn, grasp or acknowledge their languages. Knowing the fact that Germany is facing an acute labor shortage in various fields, finding labor for their companies is already a task.
This mobility plan seems like a great idea for working and studying with different people and also easily understanding of how to create further plans and how to work on.