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|Re: Job Seekers Visa Germany by coolsheyi(m): 9:17am On Aug 02, 2019|
@ Togobingi thanks for your consistent update on this thread.
Please does a transport graduate with 2 years experience in public transport stand a chance of employment in Germany with this work-employment visa program ?
Am planing to start the process by Septrmber this year, do I have a chance ?
|Re: Job Seekers Visa Germany by Osumare2013: 12:47pm On Aug 02, 2019|
Taofeekdboy:All you need is here https://www.germany-visa.org/job-seeker-visa/
Don't forget, minimum of 5 years work experience is needed. Also, IT and health is more viable over there.
|Re: Job Seekers Visa Germany by togobingi: 1:16pm On Aug 05, 2019|
Unfortunately, I doubt you will stand a chance as they require a minimum of 5 years of work experience for the Job Seeker Visa.
If you are interested, you can apply for a Master program. Most public universities in Germany are free. However, you will need to have funds for your rent and upkeep for the entire duration of your course.
You can view this thread for more info on the student visa process: https://www.nairaland.com/5042902/general-german-student-visa-enquiries
|Re: Job Seekers Visa Germany by togobingi: 1:18pm On Aug 05, 2019|
|Re: Job Seekers Visa Germany by cy4by: 9:59pm On Aug 09, 2019|
Urgent reply pls...
I gained admission to study African Verbal and Visual Arts (B.A) at the University of Bayreuth. I've booked for appointment at the embassy since May and I immediately got an automated mail that my appointment date is being processed and will be sent to my e-mail. Up until this moment, I have not gotten any mail from the embassy and I'm getting worried about it. I need advice pls... What could be the cause of the delay and is there anything I can do to hasten the process? Lectures will begin by 1 Oct.
N. B... It is stated on the visa application platform that no mail should be sent if you are yet to get a date from the embassy.
Help a worried one, pls.
|Re: Job Seekers Visa Germany by togobingi: 1:30pm On Aug 12, 2019|
This delay is normal. You just have to wait and keep checking your inbox and junk mail. They will eventually get back to you.
|Re: Job Seekers Visa Germany by kanzjude: 2:07pm On Aug 12, 2019|
What about someone with HND in Engineering with over nine years working experience? Can the person go for this visa. Also, apart from block account. Is statement of account allowed. Thanks in anticipation.
|Re: Job Seekers Visa Germany by Odedenshi1(m): 9:35pm On Aug 12, 2019|
You should follow up discussion on the German student visa thread. I read there two days ago that if you are yet to get date for interview, you could cancel your previous booking and re-book using a date in December as your commencement date to stand a chance, I don’t know how true it is anyway.
|Re: Job Seekers Visa Germany by spycurla: 12:29am On Aug 13, 2019|
We are in the same boat dear, I don't even know if I should still have hope or just give up. My enrollment deadline is Oct. 15 and I still haven't gotten a date for cat B. I'm so confused
|Re: Job Seekers Visa Germany by Thegamingorca(m): 4:45pm On Aug 31, 2019|
|Re: Job Seekers Visa Germany by Thegamingorca(m): 4:52pm On Aug 31, 2019|
When did you apply for ad
|Re: Job Seekers Visa Germany by SolutionGeneral(m): 8:04am On Sep 07, 2019|
@Ugoerico, please are you still in Germany? I have someone who is willing to come over and he needs info.e
|Re: Job Seekers Visa Germany by SolutionGeneral(m): 8:17am On Sep 07, 2019|
Please kindly assist on information on what the processing to securing a job in Germany i have who is planning to come yonder. Thanks!
|Re: Job Seekers Visa Germany by charliesyndrom: 6:30am On Oct 26, 2019|
Nairalanders I have some questions .
I have a Bsc in Banking and Finance, (I have 2 years post graduate experience not in Banking and Finance field though). I am currently learning German here in Nigeria and I plan to get a B1 cert b4 applying.
My sis is married to a Polish citizen and they are both legal residents in Germany. My sis and her hubby are willing to send me invitation and accommodate me if I'm given a job seeking visa. The issue now is I don't have up to 4k euros and I don't fall under the category of those professions in demand in Germany, like IT, ENGINEERING, MEDICINE,..Are sponsorship letters only meant for students, or can my sis and her hubby send a sponsorship letter stating that they would sponsor my stay over there for the period of job seeking. Meanwhile I have upto 2k+ Euros not upto 4k. What are my chances? Advice please.
|Re: Job Seekers Visa Germany by stereo(m): 12:22pm On Oct 29, 2019|
Check again. I think it's 10k euros now.
|Re: Job Seekers Visa Germany by charliesyndrom: 2:12pm On Oct 29, 2019|
stereo:For Msc...MSC is 1½ -2 yrs
|Re: Job Seekers Visa Germany by charliesyndrom: 2:12pm On Oct 29, 2019|
|Re: Job Seekers Visa Germany by stereo(m): 10:25pm On Oct 29, 2019|
charliesyndrom:Are we talking study visa or jobseeker visa?
See their website again and come back.
|Re: Job Seekers Visa Germany by Thegamingorca(m): 6:29pm On Oct 30, 2019|
For your annual upkeep in Deutschland it has no business with whether you intend to continue with the masters restart from bsc or go and push drugs.
Your annual upkeep to have resident permit for student program you need 10k yearly
|Re: Job Seekers Visa Germany by charliesyndrom: 9:03am On Nov 05, 2019|
stereo:Hello. I sent u an email
|Re: Job Seekers Visa Germany by MRBENZENE(m): 8:57am On Nov 27, 2019|
bro a friend of mine wants to know if the sponsorship letter can be from another country like from a sister who is a citizen of USA or UK
|Re: Job Seekers Visa Germany by MRBENZENE(m): 8:58am On Nov 27, 2019|
bro a friend of mine wants to know other than german citizens if the sponsorship letter can be from another country like from a sister who is a citizen of USA or UK?
|Re: Job Seekers Visa Germany by MRBENZENE(m): 9:03am On Nov 27, 2019|
come and share your testimony☺
|Re: Job Seekers Visa Germany by benfluleck: 9:08am On Nov 27, 2019|
No they have to have residence in Germany
|Re: Job Seekers Visa Germany by MRBENZENE(m): 4:40pm On Nov 27, 2019|
okay thank u
|Re: Job Seekers Visa Germany by chiboy429(m): 7:27pm On Nov 29, 2019|
I have a case at hand, and really need truthful tips on how to handle it.
i am actually heading to Germany for my MSC and i have gotten my visa approved but there is one clause I have been battling with which is the blocked account of 10236euros before my visa would be issued to me, i have been able to raise 6000euros now on my approval mail I got from the embassy I was given till 5th of December to forward my block account confirmation of the above complete sum. Please i really need a truthful advice on what i can do. Thanks in anticipation
|Re: Job Seekers Visa Germany by togobingi: 12:06am On Nov 30, 2019|
Congrats on your visa sir! I didn't know you could get a visa before confirming blocked account o.
If I were in your shoes and I couldn't raise the balance by the 5th of December, I will send them confirmation of the 6k I have and show clear plans on how I would raise the balance of 4k before the one year is over, to prove that I won't be stranded.
Good luck bro
|Re: Job Seekers Visa Germany by chiboy429(m): 6:09am On Nov 30, 2019|
thank you so much for your kind contribution but the issue is fintiba doesn't issue confirmation of half funding, how will it be then?
|Re: Job Seekers Visa Germany by chiboy429(m): 9:49am On Nov 30, 2019|
please do you have a sample plan you suggest.? please kindly share. thank you so much for your response
|Re: Job Seekers Visa Germany by togobingi: 7:04pm On Nov 30, 2019|
Just use the bank statement where the 6k is saved (has to be in your name).
I don't think they would accept it but you can only try at this point.
|Re: Job Seekers Visa Germany by chiboy429(m): 12:46pm On Dec 01, 2019|
togobingi:thank you so much sire, you have been helpful. I will just do as adviced
|Re: Job Seekers Visa Germany by kayLion(m): 10:51am On Feb 08|
Good morning Nairalanders,
please I want to migrate to Germany on the 6month visa stuff too but checking the link dropped here, i need some clarifications please.
1) Diploma of your degree (or any other proof of academic qualification from a German or non-German university) as well as any certificates of previous work experience What do thet mean by certificates of previous work experience here?
2) Proof of health insurance, how am i supposed to get this?
3) Does Germany need to evaluate my credentials and also for the 5years job experience, do i need to show any proof or i just send them my CV?
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