Find your university (institute) and your university degree in the ANABIN database.
There is a special rule governing the recruitment of foreign IT specialists. According to this, applicants from third countries can be granted approval for employment in the IT sector by the BA without the need for formal recognition of their qualifications by a recognition body in Germany (Section 19c(2) in conjunction with Section 6 Ordinance on the Employment of Foreigners).
According to Section 18a or Section 18b(1) Residence Act, a skilled worker can be granted a residence permit for the purpose of working in a skilled occupation which their acquired qualification enables them to exercise.
You can immigrate to Germany through education if you have received a university admission (or an admission to a preparatory college course or vocational school) in Germany and a student visa. After successfully completing the course, you can find a job and stay in Germany.
The shortage of skilled workers in Germany exists mainly in the so-called understaffed professions in different fields of natural science, mathematics, engineering, medicine and the IT industry as well as in the fields of construction, care and nursing, crafts and trades, services, transport and etc. Currently and due to the corona pandemic, there is an increased demand for specialists from the health and care fields.
The new Skilled Workers Immigration Act (FEG) for Germany became operative on March 1, 2020. For the first time, it also includes the immigration of foreign skilled workers and specialists…