Is it true that in near future Beschäftigungsduldung (§ 60d AufenthG) also gets changed and optimized to cover later arrived people?

I have found a file in internet that reads:
1. Beschäftigungsduldung (§ 60d AufenthG):
 Die Beschäftigungsduldung, die eigentlich zum 31. Dezember 2023
verschwunden wäre, bleibt durch eine schon erfolgte Änderung in einem
anderen Gesetz (Gesetz zur Änderung des Bundesvertriebenengesetzes, Art.
4) dauerhaft bestehen.
 Der Einreisestichtag wird auf den 31. Dezember 2022 verlegt (bisher: 1.
August 2018).
 Die Identität muss abhängig vom Einreisedatum bis zur Beantragung der
Beschäftigungsduldung oder spätestens bis zum 31. Dezember 2024 geklärt
 Es muss seit mindestens zwölf Monaten eine Beschäftigung ausgeübt
werden (bisher: 18).
 Die Beschäftigung muss mindestens 20 Wochenstunden umfassen (bisher:35)

Is it true that changes are coming or is it just suggestion of some kind of NGO?
asked Feb 18 in Asylum proceedings by Andrey_Malk | 604 views

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Dear @Andrey_Malk,

thank you for sharing your question with the Wefugees Community.

It is true. The houses of the Parliament of Germany are working on this change and it is in its almost last stage. I hope, this change is made as soon as possible in this law and it soon gets applicable, so that many people can profit from it.

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answered Feb 22 by mbeon-fardeen
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