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German Immigration Issues

By Joanne Myers | Public Affairs | November 21, 2005

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Germany's Federal Minister of the Interior Otto Schily addresses the problems of integrating immigrants into German society and talks about the progress made, which includes overhauling the Nationality Act for the first time since 1913 and introducing integration courses for new arrivals.

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