Hesse: Foreigners benefit from the right to stay before the law is passed

Wiesbaden (dpa/lhe) - In Hesse, foreigners can already benefit from the new residence perspective before the amended right of residence is passed in the federal government.

Hesse: Foreigners benefit from the right to stay before the law is passed

Wiesbaden (dpa/lhe) - In Hesse, foreigners can already benefit from the new residence perspective before the amended right of residence is passed in the federal government. The Hessian Ministry of the Interior launched an anticipatory regulation on the right of residence planned by the federal government on Tuesday, said the Greens parliamentary group leader in the state parliament, Mathias Wagner. The black-green government coalition has agreed on this.

"The right of residence gives well-integrated people without a secure residence status a perspective and the possibility of a secure residence," explained Wagner. It would be wrong to deport people who would be allowed to stay here a few weeks later. According to estimates, around 7,800 foreigners could get a right of residence in Hesse.

The draft law from the house of Federal Interior Minister Nancy Faeser (SPD) is aimed at foreigners who have been hanging from toleration to toleration for years. Those who have repeatedly given false information or deceived about their identity in order to prevent their deportation are exempt, as are criminals. According to the draft, those who are to benefit from the new paragraph in residence law have three years to apply for a residence permit.

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