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Germany Work and Study Visa Information by Jakes234: 6:52am On Aug 25, 2016
Germany is one of the best European countries that offer tremendous job opportunities to the ambitious crowd because of a large shortage in skilled labor among its own citizens. Among all of the European countries, Germany has the most to offer as far as work in the fields of Science, Engineering and Technology are concerned. Additionally most German companies pay generously and the work-life balance is given a lot of importance. By working in the country you can be assured a high quality living, safety, and a no-stress visa process.

TYPES OF WORK PERMITS:

GENERAL EMPLOYMENT WORK PERMIT:
This is the most common type of visa issued to work in Germany. It requires a confirmed job offer from a German company and is valid till the end of the duration mentioned in the employee's contract.

SPECIALIST PROFESSIONAL GERMAN WORK PERMIT:
This type of visa is specifically for individuals with a specialized training or excellent earning potential.

SELF-EMPLOYED GERMAN WORK PERMIT:
This type of visa is issued to individuals who want to set up their own business in Germany. However this type of work permit may be hard to qualify for as the individual needs to display that he has excellent business plans and the potential to succeed.

"VAN DER ELST" GERMANY WORK PERMIT:
This type of visa is issued to individuals who are being transferred through their company to the German branch.

AU PAIR WORK VISA GERMANY:
This type of work visa is specifically issued to individuals who have been hired as "live-in nannies" by a Germany-based family. This visa is valid for a period of 12 months but the individual must possess strong German language skills to qualify.

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR THE WORK VISA:

Online Application form.
Passport (with a validity of minimum 6 months).
2 recent photographs with a light background.
Demand Draft for the visa application fees addressed to "Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany, (City of Consulate, example: NY)."
Employment offer letter.
Curriculum vitae.
Mark-sheets, certificates and other relevant supplementary documents.
Travel and Health insurance.
Document asserting a clean criminal record.
Minimum of 2 photocopies of the above mentioned documents.
Declaration of credibility of the submitted documents.


APPLYING FOR THE VISA:

The visa application form is available in the website of the German Federal Foreign Embassy.
Once the job offer has been received the visa application form must be completed. The application must be filled twice as the German Embassy requires two original copies of the application form itself.
Two passport size photographs must be submitted along with the application forms.
To this package, the remaining required documents must be included.
This complete package must be submitted in person at a German consulate in your country of residence.
The visa processing time will take anywhere around 6-11 weeks and costs approximately around 60 Euros.
A labor market needs test is required if the employer is applying for the work permit, otherwise it is not needed.
Work permits are generally issued for a period of 1-2 years and then may be renewed again. After a period of 4-5 years the employee becomes eligible to apply for permanent residence.
Once arriving in Germany, the individual must go to the local registration Office to register themselves and validate the work visa.

50,000 - 60,000 work permits are issued every year for the country. To ensure a smooth and comfortable visa process, early applications are encouraged.

Yours
Jakes Embassy Limited

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Re: Germany Work and Study Visa Information by immortalcrown(m): 7:06am On Aug 25, 2016
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I sincerely need that picture.

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The only way is to always make this request my own comment on every topic.
Re: Germany Work and Study Visa Information by Laird(m): 10:00am On Aug 25, 2016
Jakes234:
Germany is one of the best European countries that offer tremendous job opportunities to the ambitious crowd because of a large shortage in skilled labor among its own citizens. Among all of the European countries, Germany has the most to offer as far as work in the fields of Science, Engineering and Technology are concerned. Additionally most German companies pay generously and the work-life balance is given a lot of importance. By working in the country you can be assured a high quality living, safety, and a no-stress visa process.

TYPES OF WORK PERMITS:

GENERAL EMPLOYMENT WORK PERMIT:
This is the most common type of visa issued to work in Germany. It requires a confirmed job offer from a German company and is valid till the end of the duration mentioned in the employee's contract.

SPECIALIST PROFESSIONAL GERMAN WORK PERMIT:
This type of visa is specifically for individuals with a specialized training or excellent earning potential.

SELF-EMPLOYED GERMAN WORK PERMIT:
This type of visa is issued to individuals who want to set up their own business in Germany. However this type of work permit may be hard to qualify for as the individual needs to display that he has excellent business plans and the potential to succeed.

"VAN DER ELST" GERMANY WORK PERMIT:
This type of visa is issued to individuals who are being transferred through their company to the German branch.

AU PAIR WORK VISA GERMANY:
This type of work visa is specifically issued to individuals who have been hired as "live-in nannies" by a Germany-based family. This visa is valid for a period of 12 months but the individual must possess strong German language skills to qualify.

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR THE WORK VISA:

Online Application form.
Passport (with a validity of minimum 6 months).
2 recent photographs with a light background.
Demand Draft for the visa application fees addressed to "Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany, (City of Consulate, example: NY)."
Employment offer letter.
Curriculum vitae.
Mark-sheets, certificates and other relevant supplementary documents.
Travel and Health insurance.
Document asserting a clean criminal record.
Minimum of 2 photocopies of the above mentioned documents.
Declaration of credibility of the submitted documents.


APPLYING FOR THE VISA:

The visa application form is available in the website of the German Federal Foreign Embassy.
Once the job offer has been received the visa application form must be completed. The application must be filled twice as the German Embassy requires two original copies of the application form itself.
Two passport size photographs must be submitted along with the application forms.
To this package, the remaining required documents must be included.
This complete package must be submitted in person at a German consulate in your country of residence.
The visa processing time will take anywhere around 6-11 weeks and costs approximately around 60 Euros.
A labor market needs test is required if the employer is applying for the work permit, otherwise it is not needed.
Work permits are generally issued for a period of 1-2 years and then may be renewed again. After a period of 4-5 years the employee becomes eligible to apply for permanent residence.
Once arriving in Germany, the individual must go to the local registration Office to register themselves and validate the work visa.

50,000 - 60,000 work permits are issued every year for the country. To ensure a smooth and comfortable visa process, early applications are encouraged.

Yours
Jakes Embassy Limited





Nice work and nice information. Thanks for sharing

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