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Good day wefugees and thanks again for your work and response. Please I have one issue now. I did a Praktikum with a company just after two days the ausländebehöder asked me too stop that the boss should start paying me and if not that I need stop. So unfortunately I stopped and he gave me a certificate for two days on the said Praktikum. But now I tried applying for the said Praktikum on that field but all too no avail cus they are complaining about my deutsch language which is not enough. But now I got an offer on another field in pflege management in an Akedemi which they would offer and Ausbildung and also a year hautpshule curses before I will begin the Ausbildung next year. Mind you I have a duldung ausweis already. But my question is will ausländebehöder allow tlme too go for this shule before an Ausbildung cus they are offering both in the pflege management Akedemi.. I am just worried but the Akedemi told me they will give me an Ausbildung if ausländebehöder refuse me for schule before an Ausbildung.. What are your thoughts on this issue.like wise the case of my wife and kid is still running waiting for a court date. Just only me the ausländebehöder ask for my passport and also gave me duldung also. Aany advise please.. If I submit my passport will I have a problem of deportation issue or not.. Since my wife and kid asylum is s running according too my lawyer..
asked Apr 21 in Work by Moses90

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Dear @Moses90

Welcome back to the Wefugees Community and thank you for reaching out to us again. 

In general, completing an Ausbildung, especially in the field of "Pflege" (Nursing), is a very good idea. Qualified staff is always wanted and this might open new opportunities for you and your family in future. However, for an Ausbildung and the "Hauptschule" degree, which you apparently have to complete before, there is also a certain German language level required. This should not be underestimated. It is basically not possible to give you advice regarding your passport or any danger of deportation without knowing your background and the circumstances. You should definitely consult your lawyer on this. He/she will know your and your family's situation best. 

I will link our dear @mbeon-Christine and @mbeon-fardeen here, maybe they can add some information. However, I definitely recommend you to address those questions to your lawyer as well. 

In any case, please also don't hesitate to get back to us. 

All the best, 

Meike

answered Apr 22 by Meike
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