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Re: Living In Germany/life As A GERMAN Immigrant by oyekan1997(m): 3:51pm On Aug 16
@willy2000
Please how can I obtain public health insurance for German university. I just got admission. Please help me ooo
Re: Living In Germany/life As A GERMAN Immigrant by willy2000(m): 4:18pm On Aug 16
oyekan1997:
@willy2000
Please how can I obtain public health insurance for German university. I just got admission. Please help me ooo

As long as you not in Germany, you do not need any kind of insurance. Once your visa is issued you'll need travel insurance first, this will enable you to travel to Germany.

Please go through the student visa thread properly, I believe this has already been treated there.

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Re: Living In Germany/life As A GERMAN Immigrant by oyekan1997(m): 5:14pm On Aug 16
willy2000:


As long as you not in Germany, you do not need any kind of insurance. Once your visa is issued you'll need travel insurance first, this will enable you to travel to Germany.

Please go through the student visa thread properly, I believe this has already been treated there.

Thank you bro.
Please check the screenshot attached to this comment. That's what I was sent.

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Re: Living In Germany/life As A GERMAN Immigrant by lamex20(m): 6:28pm On Aug 16
Can I start processing my Germany Traveling Visa.. Or there embassy hasn't start operating here in Nigeria
Re: Living In Germany/life As A GERMAN Immigrant by willy2000(m): 10:14am On Aug 17
oyekan1997:


Thank you bro.
Please check the screenshot attached to this comment. That's what I was sent.
Okay, you need this before you can enrol, does your school have the facility for online enrolment? If they don't, then don't worry about that just yet, get your visa first and be in Germany, all other things will fall in place.

I hope you know that enrolment is not a requirement for a student visa application, It may help, but your admission letter is enough.
Re: Living In Germany/life As A GERMAN Immigrant by oyekan1997(m): 11:32am On Aug 17
willy2000:

Okay, you need this before you can enrol, does your school have the facility for online enrolment? If they don't, then don't worry about that just yet, get your visa first and be in Germany, all other things will fall in place.

I hope you know that enrolment is not a requirement for a student visa application, It may help, but your admission letter is enough.


Thank you so bro

@bolded, they do
Re: Living In Germany/life As A GERMAN Immigrant by imran90(m): 2:09pm On Aug 18
willy2000:

Okay, you need this before you can enrol, does your school have the facility for online enrolment? If they don't, then don't worry about that just yet, get your visa first and be in Germany, all other things will fall in place.

I hope you know that enrolment is not a requirement for a student visa application, It may help, but your admission letter is enough.

Please @willy2000 can you talk about non students immigrants and what are the easy ways aside visiting visa to get to Germany
Re: Living In Germany/life As A GERMAN Immigrant by willy2000(m): 6:44pm On Aug 27
imran90:
Please @willy2000 can you talk about non students immigrants and what are the easy ways aside visiting visa to get to Germany
I am clueless just like you, Sorry cool
Re: Living In Germany/life As A GERMAN Immigrant by willy2000(m): 6:47pm On Aug 27
oyekan1997:


Thank you so bro

@bolded, they do
Then you have to contact your school and see if they can help you arrange the insurance. However, It is kind of tricky because you'll need a German bank account and an address to complete the registration process. In all, I would say, try and get an appointment at the embassy first, that is more important than public health insurance.
Re: Living In Germany/life As A GERMAN Immigrant by Cityboyy: 7:04pm On Aug 27
I see you have a thread dedicated to Daniel. I hope you can carry on from where he stopped.
Re: Living In Germany/life As A GERMAN Immigrant by IchBinBrait(m): 8:53pm On Aug 27
Cityboyy:
I see you have a thread dedicated to Daniel. I hope you can carry on from where he stopped.

You have gotten to this place.. cheesy

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Re: Living In Germany/life As A GERMAN Immigrant by foldgram: 12:37am On Aug 28
imran90:
Please @willy2000 can you talk about non students immigrants and what are the easy ways aside visiting visa to get to Germany

If I can chip in, Germany has a work visa/blue card category, if you are a highly skilled worker especially in IT and some other fields where they have shortage such as Doctors and Engineers, you can apply to companies in Germany and get job offers from Nigeria.
NB: Highly skilled does not necessarily mean extremely skilled, it means you possess a bachelors' degree and have the demonstrable skills for the job you are being employed to do either through work experience or education in that filed.

You can also go through the new job seeker visa category where you go to Germany for 3 months or so to look for a job, if you get a job, you convert your visa to work visa/blue card but if you don't get a job within that time frame, you'd be required to return to your home country.

All the best!
Re: Living In Germany/life As A GERMAN Immigrant by oyekan1997(m): 10:59am On Aug 28
willy2000:

Then you have to contact your school and see if they can help you arrange the insurance. However, It is kind of tricky because you'll need a German bank account and an address to complete the registration process. In all, I would say, try and get an appointment at the embassy first, that is more important than public health insurance.


Thank you so very much
Re: Living In Germany/life As A GERMAN Immigrant by imran90(m): 12:12pm On Aug 28
foldgram:


If I can chip in, Germany has a work visa/blue card category, if you are a highly skilled worker especially in IT and some other fields where they have shortage such as Doctors and Engineers, you can apply to companies in Germany and get job offers from Nigeria.
NB: Highly skilled does not necessarily mean extremely skilled, it means you possess a bachelors' degree and have the demonstrable skills for the job you are being employed to do either through work experience or education in that filed.

You can also go through the new job seeker visa category where you go to Germany for 3 months or so to look for a job, if you get a job, you convert your visa to work visa/blue card but if you don't get a job within that time frame, you'd be required to return to your home country.

All the best!
Thanks for the info.
Re: Living In Germany/life As A GERMAN Immigrant by FAJNNY: 1:21pm On Aug 28
Thanks to you guys. You all are really doing a great job.

I got admission to TU Bergakademie Freiberg and they gave opportunity for online enrollment for winter semester which I have accepted to participate in believing when embassy reopens I will get AD and also VISA so as to join them for summer semester.

Please, how is life in Freiberg.
Re: Living In Germany/life As A GERMAN Immigrant by GreatSage: 4:48pm On Oct 02
willy2000 I sent you a pm, there are some things I would like to privately discuss with you.
Re: Living In Germany/life As A GERMAN Immigrant by GreatSage: 4:49pm On Oct 02
FAJNNY:
Thanks to you guys. You all are really doing a great job.

I got admission to TU Bergakademie Freiberg and they gave opportunity for online enrollment for winter semester which I have accepted to participate in believing when embassy reopens I will get AD and also VISA so as to join them for summer semester.

Please, how is life in Freiberg.
Congrats man!
Re: Living In Germany/life As A GERMAN Immigrant by willy2000(m): 8:18am On Oct 18
GreatSage:
willy2000 I sent you a pm, there are some things I would like to privately discuss with you.
Sorry, I can't access the email I used in opening Nairaland, so any pm sent, can't be answered
Re: Living In Germany/life As A GERMAN Immigrant by GreatSage: 10:10am On Oct 18
willy2000:

Sorry, I can't access the email I used in opening Nairaland, so any pm sent, can't be answered
Ok bro, can you give me another email address that I could use in contacting you?

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