2023 Hohenheimer Tage – Migration Law Conference
May 19, 2023 — May 21, 2023 | 9:00 AM — 5:00 PM CEST
Fragomen Partner, Marius Tollenaere, will be speaking on a panel at the 2023 Hohenheimer Tage Migration Law Conference taking place from 19-21 May. Marius will be joined by Andrea Mädler, Federal Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs to discuss Germany’s new Skilled Immigration Act on their panel at 2.30pm on Saturday, 20 May.
About the event:
With Russia's attack on Ukraine, a turning point has dawned for the whole of Europe. The conference will discuss the migration policy and legal developments and challenges. The aim is to create perspectives for living together in peace and to provide insights into legal matters.
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