Welcome back to the Wefugees Community and thank you for reaching out to us.
As you mentioned already, the so-called "Chancen-Aufenthaltsrecht" is not yet finally approved nor implemented. It is theoretically possible that the current draft of the law may get changed/modified in some details. Therefore, any information I can provide are not set in stone for the time being!
According to the current draft, people who stayed in Germany on the day of January first 2022 for at least 5 years (with "Duldung", "Aufenthaltsgestattung" or a residence permit) may be eligible to obtain a temporary residence permit according to the new section 104c of the German Residence Act (the "Chancen-Aufenthaltsrecht") for the period of one year. People who got in conflict with the law and were sentenced with a certain panalty (daily rate of minimum 50; for certain types of violation of the law 90 daily rates) are excluded from this opportunity. For this one year period, applicants neither have to prove an income nor German skills!
From this type of residence permit according to section 104c, it is, however, ONLY possible to switch to a residence permit according to 25a or 25b of the German Residence Act.
In this year you have to make sure to fulfill the respective requirements of the 25a (NEW: until the age of 27 years) or the 25b. The current residence permit according to 25b requires German skills on a A2 level. Please see the whole set of requirements here.
I hope this helps to clarify and please don't hesitate to get back to us with any further questions.
All the best,