Austria has some of the strictest requirements for granting its own citizenship. Although the application is relatively understandable, there are many individual aspects that must be considered in the process.
The majority of Afghans residing in Austria today only came to Austria as a result of the refugee migration of recent years. This presentation will first provide a brief overview of the evolution of Afghan refugee migration.
The Vienna Integration Council (W.I.R.) presented its statement on citizenship and naturalization during a panel discussion. In the last 20 years, the number of naturalizations and the naturalization rate in Vienna has fallen sharply in comparison with other European countries, although immigration has led to significant population growth.
The Office of the Deputy Mayor and Executive City Councilor Christoph Wiederkehr and the Department of Integration and Diversity invite you to the presentation of the fourth statement of the Vienna Integration Council (W.I.R.) and the subsequent panel discussion Citizenship and Naturalization: Challenges for Vienna as a City of Immigration.
A few days before April 30, Unemployment Day, a media event will draw attention to the situation of people affected by unemployment. The situation on the Austrian labor market has recently eased considerably.
Professional competence in dealing with migrants is an important factor in counseling and support – that is why the Counseling Center for Migrants is again conducting the SIQUA (Sensitization Information Qualification) training in May 2023.