Official Name: The Federal Republic of Germany
- Hourly Consultation (in person, online, phone)
- Per question consultation
- Application review
- Full package: Start to finish representation
- Immigration Plan to become qualified
- Post immigration and settlement
Some type of visa that most of people can take as below:
If you would like to have a journey to Germany and your passport is not from following countries, you should apply for Schengen visa in embassy or consulate to obtain 3 months visa.
Albania, Andorra, Antigua & Barbuda, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bahamas, Barbados, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Brunei, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, El Salvador, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Guatemala, Honduras, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macao, Macedonia, Malaysia, Malta, Mauritius, Mexico, Monaco, Montenegro, Natherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Norway, Panama, Paraguay, Poland, Portugal, Romania, San Marino, Serbia, Seychelles, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Korea, Spain, St Kitts and Nevis, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, UK, USA, Uruguay, Vatican City and Venezuela. For further information please contact us.
Job seeker visa:
Germany job seeker visa is a work permit for a long term to stay and look for a job in Germany. Germany is planning to attract highly qualified immigrants who are able to meet the needs of the country, in a lack of qualified staff. Work visa is valid for 6 months. If the applicant will be able to find a job, get a work permit in Germany. For further information, please contact us.
There are several criteria that the client needs to fulfil to be eligible to apply for the German Job seeker visa. These are as follows:
- Hold a Bachelor or Master’s Degree from a German university or an equivalent foreign degree
- Have a minimum of 5 years of experience in the related field of study
- Shows proof that he or she has sufficient funds to cover the stay during the time he/she is in Germany
- Have travel or medical insurance for the entire stay in Germany or until he gets the Work Permit
Documents for Application
- A valid passport (issued in the past 10 years and valid for at least 12 months after the applicant scheduled return)
- A copy of the passport’s data page
- 3 passport pictures based on biometric specifications
- A cover letter where the job seeker explains the objective of the visit, how he plans to find employment, and the alternative career plans if he cannot find a job. (We will support the client with the cover letter).
- Diploma of the degree (or any other proof of academic qualification from a German or non-German university) as well as any certificates of previous work experience
- Detailed Curriculum Vitae (CV)
- Proof of accommodation in Germany (where he will be staying for his visit)
- Documents of his financial situation such as a bank account statement which proves he can finance the stay in Germany
- Proof of personal status in the home country, such as birth certificate, marriage certificate, and others (translated in English)
- Proof of the health insurance
EU Blue Card:
Like the “green card” in the US, the EU Blue Card offers highly qualified third-country workers the opportunity and the right to work and stay in the European Union.
A foreigner, a citizen of the country that is not part of the EU, may apply for an EU Blue Card:
Below are the requirements for the employment visa and residence permit:
- German or an accredited foreign or a university degree that is comparable to a German one.
- Working contract with a gross annual compensation of at least € 53.600 (4.466 Euros per month), a contract in the so-called shortage occupation (scientists, mathematics, engineers, doctors and IT- skilled workers) with the amount of € 41.808 (3.484 Euros per month).
Documents for application:
- Application form for a residence permit
- University degree
- Two passport size, colour photos
- Valid passport
- Two copies of the vocational qualification
- Letter of intent or contract offered by a company in Germany containing a detailed description of the employment. (We will support the German companies with this letter of intent).
Under § 21 AufenthG non-EU nationals can obtain a residence permit for the purpose of self-employed activities in Germany. There is no minimum investment amount. You will find below a list with the general requirements for the residence permit under § 21 AufenthG.
To work on a self-employed basis the proposed business must:
• Fulfil the needs of Germany
• Have a beneficial economic impact
• Be fully covered by the own capital of the client or bank loan
To ensure the sustainability of the business project, the following criteria will also be taken into account:
• Viability of the business plan
• The relevant business experience
• Amount to be invested in Germany
• Impact of the business project on employment and skills
• Contribution of the project to innovation and research
Teaching and learning the language Visa:
This visa is for people that are studying full-time in Germany. International students from countries of the European Union and Australia, Japan, Canada, Isrelii, New Zealand, the United States, Switzerland, Honduras, Monaco and San Marino do not need a visa to study in Germany. However, if your country is not included in the above, you should apply for this visa.
This visa is valid for 3 months that applicant should apply with some documents like admission letter, financial support.
Visa for training is valid for one year that student must provide proof of admission and financial support for the study period for this visa. For further information, please contact us.
You van get a business visa if you have plan a trip to Germany. The citizens of many countries do not need a visa if they intend to stay for 90 days. Your nationality determines whether you need a visa or not. For further information, please contact us.
There are 7 steps to obtain a residence permit based on your business:
1. Business Idea
2. Drafting a business plan
3. Discussing the business plan with the local Chamber of Commerce and Industry
4. Application for visa according to § 21 AufenthG
5. Entry to Germany and registration with the local registration office
6. Incorporating a company (e.g. foundation of a GmbH)
7. Applying for a residence permit by submitting of all documents
Cost and timeline for our services:
Drafting/Amending the Business plan
Discussing the business plan with CCI
Application for Visa in accordance to 21 AufenthG at the German embassy
Applying for residency
Costs: 5.000 EUR
Costs: 1.000 EUR
Costs: 6.000 EUR
Costs: 5.000,00 EUR
Costs: 1.000 EUR
Time to prepare BP: After obtaining all the required information’s – ~6 Weeks
Time to prepare application: After receiving all the documents – 4 Weeks processing time.
Time: 4 Weeks
Processing Time: ~4 Weeks
Required Documents for the application:
– Application form for permanent residency/long term visas and instructions according to § 54 AufenthG Readable, fully completed and signed. You can find the current forms directly on the website of the German embassy.
– passport photo
in black and white or colour, size (35×45 millimetres), not older than 6 months, white or grey background, biometric capability.
– Valid passport
with signature, as well as two copies in Din A4 format of pages 2 and 3 of your passport
– Birth certificate
– Curriculum vitae
– Structured and detailed description of your business idea (business plan)
– Proof of education (University degrees)
– Bank statement of the last 3 months
The complete process until obtaining the residency for you will take approximately 6-8 months after submitting all the documents at the Germany embassy.
For setting up the business plan preparing the application for residency and for all related services that we mentioned above we have total costs of 18.000,00 EUR + 19 % VAT. From this amount we will charge 5 k EUR at the beginning for drafting the business plan and the first legal steps. After finishing the business plan and the application for the visa we will charge another 7 k EUR. The rest of the amount becomes due after company formation and receiving residency in Germany.
German law does not stipulate the amount that an investor must pay to Germany must obtain a residence permit. Since January 1, 2009 to July 31, 2012, German law permits the granting of a residence permit to a foreign entrepreneur who has invested at least € 250,000 (approximately 325,000 US dollars) in German company to create five new jobs. For further information, please contact us.
Transit Visa at the airport:
Germany is in the middle of Europe and thus a frequently transit country. The overwhelming majority of travelers do not need a visa for transit through the German airports. Transit visas at the airport in require citizens of the following countries:
Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Eritrea, Ghana, India, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Mali, Nigeria, Pakistan, Somalia, South Sudan, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Syria, Turkey.
For further information, please contact us.
Guest Scientist Visa:
If you want to come to Germany as a guest scientist, you may need a visa. As soon as you arrive at a German university, you can apply for a visa at the German Embassy. Scientific Visa package allows researchers to obtain permission to enter, stay and work for the purpose of scientific research in the member states of the European Union. The aim is to facilitate the process of obtaining a residence permit for researchers wanting to conduct short-term research (up to 3 months) or long-term (3 months) in the EU. For further information, please contact us.
Visa Education / Training:
This visa is for those who want to study in Germany or learn to do so. In order to be able to apply, you must provide all necessary documents to the embassy of your country in Germany. After the first application personally completed, all necessary visas can also be presented by an agency or a travel agency (including documents). To ensure the receipt of a completed visa, send the visa at least three weeks before the scheduled departure. For further information, please contact us.
Visa medical treatment:
This visa is suitable for people who need medical treatment or need medical advice. please do not hesitate to contact us.
Real Estate Immigration Programme:
Germany has been one of the most popular immigration destinations in the world for some time now. There are few countries as liberal as Germany when it comes to the purchase of real estate by foreigners. Both natural persons and legal entities are permitted to acquire German real estate. The origin and citizenship of the person is irrelevant. Our company offers services of real estate immigration to Germany with a guarantee in obtaining residence permit.
In Germany there is basically no state program for obtaining a residence permit by acquiring real estate. However, there is also the possibility to obtain a residence permit in Germany by acquiring real estate. This right results from the special permission according to § 7 AufenthG. Together with a municipality in western Germany, we have defined the conditions under which a residence permit is issued when a real estate is purchased.
The gateway to Europe
The purchase of a real estate in Germany with our immigration program entitles to stay in numerous EU countries. Applicants coming from a third country such as China, the United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Iran or Russia enjoy the right to move freely within the Schengen area with its 26 European states from the moment they acquire real estate in Germany and obtain residency here.
Real Estate Immigration Program for Germany
We are pleased to introduce you our exclusive Real Estate Immigration Program for Germany. Enclosed I send you our brochure, from which you can extract the most important information.
One of the mandatory requirements to take part on the real estate immigration program is, that the client must have assets of at least 2.5 million EUR (proof of bank statement of the country of origin sufficient) or a monthly income of not less than 3000 EUR from capital income (Interest, rent, lease, pension etc.).
The real estate in the value of not under 300,000.00 EUR must be acquired in the respective municipality in West Germany. The granting of the residence permit is dependent on the acquisition of the real estate in the municipality.
The processing time depends mainly on the German embassy and the foreigner authorities in Germany and cannot be predicted exactly.
|Choosing a property
|Draft of the purchase contract by the notary public||Application for pre-approval at the local Immigration Office
|Notary appointment and payment of the purchase price
|Visa Application at the German embassy||Entry to Germany with a D-Visa and registration||Applying for a residence permit|
|~ 4 Weeks||~ 2 Weeks||~ 5 weeks||~ 4 weeks||Depending on the German embassy. Please contact the German embassy regarding waiting time for an appointment: not less than 10 Weeks||~ 1 Week||~ 4 weeks|
Lawyer’s fees and other costs
For our legal services we chare a fix price of 30.000,00 EUR + 19 % VAT. The payment modalities are as follows:
1) 10k EUR – 7 days after signing the fee agreement.
2) 10k EUR – 7 days after the receipt of the pre-approval of the immigration office.
3) 5k EUR – 7 days after receiving the D-Visa.
4) 5k EUR – 7 days after obtaining the residence permit.
Before engaging our firm, we will send the client a compensation agreement describing all our services and the process. We will start with our services after the contract is signed from both parties. Of course you can add your service fee on top.
The following costs are not included in the price:
1) Purchase price real estate at least 300k EUR
2) Notary costs for the real estate (For 300k EUR purchase price approx. 3000 EUR)
3) Land registry fees (For 300k EUR purchase price approx. 4000 EUR)
4) Real estate acquisition tax: 6.5 % of the purchase price
Please note, that the residency will only be issued, if there are no grounds for disqualification. If your customer is on an international wanted list (Interpol) or a threat to public safety, his application will be rejected.
Please find below relevant information regarding the application for a residence permit for the purpose of family reunification:
If one family member has a residence permit, his spouse or minor unmarried children can apply for a visa or resident permit for the purpose of family reunification. As a first condition, there must be sufficient living space for the joining family members, Section 29 par. 1 no. 2 of the German Residence Act. Additionally, the requirements of Section 5 par. 1 of the German Residence Act have to be met:
- proof of the secured livelihood of the family in the shared household
- verification of identity and nationality
- passport obligation
- no jeopardization of the interests of the Federal Republic of Germany
- no grounds for expulsion
According to Section 30 of the German Residence Act both spouses need to be at least 18 years of age and the immigrating spouse or registered partner has to be able to communicate in the German language at least on a basic level (level A1 CEFR).
Section 32 of the German Residence Act sets out additional requirements for the family reunification of unmarried minors. The parents or the parent possessing the sole right of care and custody has to be in possession of a residence permit, an EU Blue Card, a settlement permit or an EU long-term residence permit.
Where parents share the right of care and custody, the child’s residence permit is also granted for the purpose of joining just one parent if the other parent has given his or her consent or if the relevant binding decision has been supplied by a competent authority.
When the child is under sixteen, language proficiency is not required because these minors should learn the language quickly. Under certain conditions children over this age must have sufficient language proficiency of German and the ability to both adapt and integrate the language.
As soon as the children are staying in Germany, they are also obliged to attend school. Therefore, they have to be registered in due time. In order to do so, the following documents for a school registration are generally required: the parents’ identity papers, birth certificate of the child and eventually further identity papers of the child.
Family reunification of others members of the family, such as siblings, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins may be granted for the purpose of avoiding particular hardship, meaning circumstances which suggest that either the family member living in Germany or the family member wanting to join them is dependent on family support which can only be provided in the Federal Republic of Germany (e.g. in case of particular need of care).
Trade Fair & Exhibitions Visa
This visa is applicable in case you are travelling to Germany for visiting Trade Fairs. This visa is given for travel period of less than 90 days. For further information,please do not hesitate to contact us.
Germany is a country in Western Europe with a landscape of forests, rivers, mountain ranges and beaches of the North Sea. It has more than 2 thousand years of history. Berlin, the capital, is home to scenes of art and nightlife, the Brandenburg Gate and many sites related to World War II. Munich is known for its Oktoberfest and breweries, including the Hofbrauhaus of the sixteenth century. Frankfurt, with its skyscrapers, is the European Central Bank.
If you would like to travel this country, it’s better to search in internet and read some logbook that are written by another passengers and also see which travel agency they had received full services. Before you flight, you should find out which places are your favorite to visit. historical places, natural places, museums, zoo, temples, … .