Two summers from now, in 2020, Ukrainians may be able to work on German farms on 70-day seasonal work visas
Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Two summers from now, in 2020, Ukrainians may be able to work on German farms on 70-day seasonal work visas

Two summers from now, in 2020, Ukrainians may be able to work on German farms on 70-day seasonal work visas. Legislation currently being drawn up in Berlin would be aimed at filling labor shortages in the agricultural sector. Depending on the size of quotas for Ukrainian agricultural gastarbeiters, this would increase pressure on Ukrainian farm salaries, already moving up to compete with salaries in Poland. Currently 144,000 Ukrainians work in Germany, according to the German Federal Statistics Office.

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