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Expat in Germany: Residence Permit for Germany

Friday, August 20, 2010

Residence Permit for Germany

Yesterday was a great day; I received my residence permit for Germany which is valid for one year! I plan to study German and was a little concerned since the language school recommended applying for the residence permit for Germany from Canada since they had students who had come to Germany only to have their residence permit for Germany turned down. We were also fortunate in that we only had to go to the Immigration Office twice and received the residence permit for Germany on our second visit within a matter of minutes after producing proof of health insurance (see below). Step 3 of obtaining a residence permit complete - well at least for one year. This is a huge relief as anyone who has dealt with immigration issues understands and the system in Germany isn't always the easiest to figure out.
Step 1 of applying for a residence permit for Germany
Step 2 ensuring you have approved health care to obtain a residence permit for Germany


At August 24, 2010 at 5:13 AM , Blogger Snooker said...


At August 24, 2010 at 5:38 AM , Anonymous WaAussie said...

I am always glad to read about anyone going through the process of obtaining a residency permit in germany as I will be going through the same process in just a few months, and any tips or hints I am busily writting down in my notebook.
I can only hope when I venture forth it will be as quick and hassle free as yours was.

At August 24, 2010 at 7:33 AM , Blogger Stuttgartgirl said...

Thanks Snooker.

Good luck WaAussie. Hope it goes well for you. Having valid health insurance is a big one (and not travel insurance). Good luck!


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