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Of 202 000 participants in integration courses in the year 2018, more than half of it is the final English test. Despite the quality offensive, the ratio fell compared to the previous year by five percentage points. the

About half of all immigrants has passed in the past year, the German test at the end of the integration courses. Of the approximately 202 000 participants 108 500 have completed the courses successfully. The results from a response of the Federal Ministry of the interior, on the request of the AfD group, from the "Neue Osnabrücker Zeitung" quotes. This corresponds to a success rate of 55 percent.

However, this ratio is decreased in spite of a "quality offensive" compared to the previous year by five percentage points. At the time, 000 participants consisted of 292 of the good 176 000 of the Test, which corresponds to a ratio of 60 percent. In order to improve the rate of the Federal office for Migration and refugees (Bamf) had stepped up the quality control in the last year, according to the Ministry of the interior "considerably". Apparently without success.

introduced in 2005, integration courses consist of a language course and an "orientation course" to the Law and order of society. The language course consists of 600 teaching units à 45 minutes. At the end the participants should have the level B1 of the common European framework of reference. You should be able to describe in simple sentences experiences and events and opinions, as well as personal letters.

The budget funding for integration courses increased the newspaper report States that of 610 million Euro in the year 2017, to 765 million euros in the past year. The number of participants decreased in the same period, to 90 000. The Bamf checked the information, according to 2018, a total of 1495 the 1704 approved carrier (87.7%).

A report from the "world" were found to be below the first-time participants, especially Syrians (39 000), Afghans (15 000) Iraqi (13 000), Romanians (12 000), Turks (9000), and Bulgaria (8000). Almost 45 000 of first-time participants were not yet literate, which is why they got special rates.

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