Under certain requirements, a Tolerated Stay for the purpose of work has been possible since January 1st, 2020. This offers longtime employees protection from deportation and prospects for a long-term residence. However, high requirements are tied to this. For example, the identity has to be confirmed and one has to have had a full-time and insured employment for at least 18 months. Furthermore, one has to have provided for their own livelihood for at least 12 months.
The so-called Tolerated Stay for Working Professionals (Beschäftigungsduldung) is a possibility for tolerated persons, who have not yet been accepted as asylum seekers. The Tolerated Stay for Working Professionals can also include the family of the person who has applied for one. However, the toleration can be taken away, if the job is lost.
People interested in a Tolerated Stay for Working Professionals should definitely get a consultation. More information is available in a video by Handbook Germany and in the following info leaflets in German and Arabic:
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