Millions of immigrants living in Germany should find it easier to become German citizens as the Bundestag prepares to vote on the long-awaited measure overhauling “Einbuergerung.” But as it turns out, the legal change to Germany’s citizenship law is only half the battle.
Host Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson explores the draft law and its obstacles with guests:
Rachel Loxton, editor at The Local Europe and host of its podcast, Germany in Focus
Zeynep Yanasmayan, head of the migration department at the German Centre for Integration and Migration Research
Julie Schaefer, German immigration lawyer based in Dusseldorf
Produced by Dina Elsayed.