Germany's New Immigration Law: A Paradigm Shift?

Germany's New Immigration Law: A Paradigm Shift? European Journal of Migration and Law 8 : 191–214, 2006. © 2006 Koninklijke Brill NV . Printed in the Netherlands. 191 * University of Konstanz, Germany. 1 Since 1955, when Germany first began to recruit foreign workers, approximately 30 million migrants have come over to Germany, 9 million of whom have stayed, see B. Oswald, “Ohne Zuwanderung sinkt die Bevölkerung”, Süddeutsche Zeitung of 24 April 2001. 2 In 2002, 8.9% of the population were foreigners which equals 7.3 million people. See http://www. integrationsbeauftragte.de/download/datentab1.pdf. 3 U. Herbert, “Die große Wanderung geht weiter”, Süddeutsche Zeitung of 30 July 2001. 4 The conservatives included an explicit “Law restricting immigration” in their platform for the federal elections of 2002, see M. Beise, “Ausländer rein – Bei der Zuwanderung opfert die Union ihre Wirt- schaftskompetenz auf dem Altar des Populismus”, Süddeutsche Zeitung of 1 March 2002. 5 Ausländergesetz of 9 July 1990, BGBl . I S. 1354, see http://bundesrecht.juris.de/bundesrecht/ auslg_1990/htmltree.html (hereinafter AuslG). 6 No law in Germany uses the term “immigrants” but only “foreigners” or, under the influence of the EU, “third-country nationals”. This is an “excluding term” per se. 7 V. Pfaff, “Der Fremde als Feind”, Süddeutsche Zeitung of 30 July 2001. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png European Journal of Migration and Law Brill

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© 2006 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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European Journal of Migration and Law 8 : 191–214, 2006. © 2006 Koninklijke Brill NV . Printed in the Netherlands. 191 * University of Konstanz, Germany. 1 Since 1955, when Germany first began to recruit foreign workers, approximately 30 million migrants have come over to Germany, 9 million of whom have stayed, see B. Oswald, “Ohne Zuwanderung sinkt die Bevölkerung”, Süddeutsche Zeitung of 24 April 2001. 2 In 2002, 8.9% of the population were foreigners which equals 7.3 million people. See http://www. integrationsbeauftragte.de/download/datentab1.pdf. 3 U. Herbert, “Die große Wanderung geht weiter”, Süddeutsche Zeitung of 30 July 2001. 4 The conservatives included an explicit “Law restricting immigration” in their platform for the federal elections of 2002, see M. Beise, “Ausländer rein – Bei der Zuwanderung opfert die Union ihre Wirt- schaftskompetenz auf dem Altar des Populismus”, Süddeutsche Zeitung of 1 March 2002. 5 Ausländergesetz of 9 July 1990, BGBl . I S. 1354, see http://bundesrecht.juris.de/bundesrecht/ auslg_1990/htmltree.html (hereinafter AuslG). 6 No law in Germany uses the term “immigrants” but only “foreigners” or, under the influence of the EU, “third-country nationals”. This is an “excluding term” per se. 7 V. Pfaff, “Der Fremde als Feind”, Süddeutsche Zeitung of 30 July 2001.

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