Germany is the second most popular country for immigrants after the United States. Some immigrants arrive in Germany with an understanding of the country's order and a high level of German, which allows them to feel free both in everyday situations and at work. For some, it is difficult to “integrate into society”: the language barrier interferes, a foreign culture is under pressure, and all together it threatens the newly-made resident of Germany with social isolation. Fortunately, there are state integration courses (Integrationskurse) where immigrants learn German and learn about German culture, history and laws and the values of German society.
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