Hello again @Faga0208,
and thanks for the interesting question. Applying for a B2-DeuFö-course (a course including workplace-oriented language training) is an excellent idea, as well the your attempt to recognise your diplomas. In fact, the employment agency is responsible for the promotion of labour market skills of asylum seekers with a work permit, therefore you won't face any problems in the future. Naturally, your current income (in case you're working) will be regarded if you apply for the cost coverage of your recognition process (which comprises costs of translation, fees of a notary, if necessary, and the fees of the organisation which is responsible for your recognition like the Chamber of Crafts of Commerce or any other).
I hope my answer was helpful. Please don't hesitate to get back us, if further questions arise. If you you have more personal questions, you can also find me in the app "mbeon" under my name "München, Frau Müller".