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What are the advantages of German immigrants?

What are the advantages of applying to immigrate to Germany?
Wealth security
In the face of the complicated economic and financial situation, more and more people begin to worry about whether their assets can maintain their value or even whether they are safe. After the financial crisis, people realize the importance of global circulation and rational allocation of assets.
Immigration status makes it more convenient for Chinese investors to travel around the world, investigate foreign investment environment and learn foreign investment mode; under the premise of the increasingly perfect immigration policy, Chinese investors can choose investment projects according to their own needs and conditions, and can also use the help of professionals to effectively avoid risks.
According to the report of World Health Statistics 2018 released by the World Health Organization in Geneva, the life expectancy in Germany is 10 years more than that in the world! Life expectancy in the world: 71.4 years, in Germany: 81 years, in China: 76.1 years.
It's no wonder that the social security enjoyed by the Germans is superior to that enjoyed by the rest of the world. Germany is also the earliest country to establish the social welfare system, which can be traced back to the middle ages. The perfection and high efficiency of the German social welfare system are recognized by the world. Therefore, the old people here enjoy a long natural life.
Germany is the first country in the world to put forward endowment insurance, and the welfare system of "from cradle to endowment" provides comprehensive protection for citizens.
There are two main principles in German Pension: one is that the society, the government and the individual provide for the aged together, and the other is to "provide for the aged" in different stages and in different ways. Public pension insurance is the main source of life for the vast majority of retirees.
At present, the legal retirement age in Germany is 65. The average pension level is 1083 euros: the contribution rate is 18.7% of the employees' pre tax salary. Because the cost of living in Germany is not high and the pension is relatively rich, the elderly after retirement are relatively rich.
Children's education
In Germany, public education for children from primary school to university is free; and every child from birth to 25 years old has more than 2000 euro child care subsidies every year, a total of 60000 Euro!
In Germany, universal compulsory education is implemented, and education is the task of the country. Therefore, children must go to school, or they will face a fine (so applicants of German immigrants do not have to worry about not going to school, and children must go to school).
Children usually enter school at the age of six and need at least nine years of schooling. Primary school is a four-year system (six years in Berlin and Brandenburg). In the fourth grade, children have to discuss with their parents to decide which way to go in the future, that is, what kind of secondary school to go to.
German secondary schools are divided into gymnasium, hauptschule, Realschule and gesamtschule.
Arts and science secondary schools train reserve forces for German colleges and universities. The courses are arranged from mathematics, foreign languages to chemistry, art, philosophy, sports and so on. After finishing grade 12 or 13, you can complete the senior high school graduation examination and get the qualification to study in Colleges and universities. After graduating from arts and science middle school, you can get a high school diploma or a junior college diploma.
The teaching content of ordinary middle school is similar to other schools, but the teaching progress is slow. Moreover, there are many practical courses in ordinary middle schools, which are closely related to factories and enterprises. Students have the opportunity to accumulate a lot of internship experience in school, so that they can smoothly enter vocational schools or start vocational training after graduation. Of course, the graduates of ordinary middle schools also have the opportunity to go to arts and science middle schools or comprehensive middle schools.
Most of the federal state's practical middle schools are set up from grade 5 to grade 10, and the teaching content is similar to that of Arts and science middle schools, but the types of foreign language teaching are relatively small. Graduates of practical high schools tend to continue to study in technical or economic colleges. Students with excellent grades can also transfer to arts and science middle school or comprehensive middle school, and then get a high school diploma.

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