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Moroccan-German Information Centre on Migration and Vocational Integration (EIMA), Casablanca

Moroccan-German Information Centre on Migration and Vocational Integration (EIMA), Casablanca

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Moroccan-German Information Centre on Migration and Vocational Integration (EIMA), Casablanca

c/o ANAPEC Résistance
213, Boulevard de la Résistance,
Rond-point d’Europe
Casablanca 20250

Our Moroccan-German information centers will remain closed to visitors for the time being. Consultations are currently only available by telephone and e-mail.
Please note that due to COVID-19 there may be restrictions in the services offered. Please inform yourself by phone or e-mail whether services are offered as usual or whether there are restrictions.

Our team for your questions

We are happy to advise you about your prospects in Morocco. We can also provide information about work and training in our country and support you with your applications. Our team at the Moroccan-German Information Centre on Migration and Vocational Integration (EIMA) includes a coordinator and five advisors.

Returned to Morocco and seeking support? If so, we can provide you with information about useful services and organisations.

Want to migrate to Germany? We can answer your questions about work and training in Germany and about the correct way to migrate.

Our advisors Ms Belaid, Ms Kamil Mr Ouchen, Mr. Nafil and Mr Chakib work in Oujda, Tangier, Casablanca, Fès und Beni Mellal respectively. Mr Naifi coordinates the sites in Morocco. We are all pleased to assist you – whether you speak Arabic, Amazigh, French, English, Spanish or German.

Country experiences

My new start at an organic nursery

I have created a little green world in my home village in Morocco. It allows me to earn a living and is my contribution towards sustainability.

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My goal is to give young people an opportunity

I became self-employed as a logo designer in Morocco – a good decision that I hope will benefit others.

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An independent tailor shop in Morocco

My name is Said and I grew up in the Fès district in Morocco. That's where I learned tailoring. I had the feeling that opportunities would be better elsewhere, so in 2015 I first went to Turkey and then Greece. Eventually I ended up in Germany. At that time I was 30 years old and hoped to find work opportunities in Germany.

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Natural cosmetics from Morocco

My name is Yassine and I come from Morocco. I completed Islamic Studies in Fès, but couldn't find a job after graduating. Then I was fortunate to participate in training provided by the Promotion of Rural Youth Employment (PEJ) project.

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