Scholz proposes to simplify the rules for acquiring citizenship in Germany

Scholz proposes to simplify the rules for acquiring citizenship in Germany

This is reported on the website consulate with reference to the statement of the Federal Chancellor of Germany, Olaf Scholz.

“Germany needs better rules for the naturalization of all these women and men,” Scholz said.

The chancellor emphasized that people have been emigrating for many decades. Germany became a “land of hope” and women, men and children contributed greatly to making the economy “as strong as it is today”.

“It is very good when those who have been living here for so long also decide to get German citizenship,” the chancellor emphasized.

Currently, you can get German citizenship no earlier than after eight years of residence in the country. There was a proposal to shorten this term to five years.

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Fuente: espreso.tv

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