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As a part of France and Germany’s longstanding relationship, both governments meet on a regular basis to discuss a wide range of topics. The last meeting took place on 19 June 2018 at Meseberg Palace to find common approaches towards key reform issues in the European Union. The findings of this meeting were complied in Meseberg Declaration that touches upon a variety of topics including immigration, asylum and development.

In this update, we look at the common immigration stanpoints of the French and German governments as put forward in this Declaration and provide valuable information for your strategic immigration planning. Read more.