Integration – Financial Education for Immigrants

I believe that financial education for immigrants should be practical and real life oriented. It should have a strong relation to the typical life in the hosting country and consider three parts 1st financial basics, 2nd rules and regulations in the hosting country and 3rd cultural and financial behavior in everyday life.
The challenge with immigrants, besides the language skills, is, that they have lack in all three parts. Poor language skills could be difficult. Not only the wording but the deeper life relevant meaning of the words presented?
When they come home to their families, they continue their old behaviors and sometimes have problems explaining things they have learned.
So, it will be definitely an interesting job to conduct a workshop on financial education with immigrants.
This will be not achieved with a 20 hours course and a nice diploma for the wall but it will be a long-term process.