Immigration: A Visa Agency supporting the Global Economy
The immigration process that Non-EU citizens have to go through to work in Germany. Businesses around the world need work visas for their employees. Other individual citizens who have independently decided to move abroad and find work, also require work visa and a residence permit.
You also often need a visa for business travel. But when are visas required? And which is the right visa? And which immigration process is easy, fast and cost effective? What happens after gaining visa entry to a country? What is allowed and what is not? How does the visa process work for family members or partners? There are many questions. The answers are available at Anders Consulting.
Taking a work visa for Germany as an example the service list immigration and visa shows the steps which Anders Consulting Relocation Service Germany takes for an applicant:
Service List Immigration
Fixed price 200,00 Euro plus VAT
Fixed price 80,00 Euro plus VAT
Fixed price single 350,00 Euro plus VAT
Fixed price couple 400,00 Euro plus VAT
Fixed price family 450,00 Euro plus VAT
Hourly rate 80,00 Euro plus VAT
Fixed price single 300,00 Euro plus VAT
Fixed price couple 350,00 Euro plus VAT
Fixed price family 400,00 Euro plus VAT
No limits: The immigration and visa service of Anders Consulting Relocation Service Germany
“Sure, there are visa agencies everywhere. They then get you a visa to enter the country. But, once you get to the stage of applying for the long-term stay in the host country, you find yourself completely alone with the documentation. That’s when the trouble begins in some circumstances: Documents are incomplete, diplomas are not recognized, proof of health insurance is insufficient.
Sometimes the embassies do not check everything and yet still issue a visa. That can mean the applicant needs to get an apostille certificate whilst in Germany, as the application needs to be done in the home country. This is very frustrating and time-consuming!
And you can combine everything with us so beautifully: e.g. booking of temporary accommodation on arrival, accompanied visit to the immigration office, orientation-tour in the new city, moving co-ordination and much more. Communication problems between the different service providers such as the visa agency, forwarding agency and relocation company are then eliminated. With Anders Consulting Relocation Service Germany you have only one contact person – in over 100 destinations.
And you don´t have to worry about the extension of your eAT. We will contact you automatically and well enough in advance. You´ve got a Friend in Germany!”
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Who can get a visa and a residence permit for work or training in Germany?
For employees and trainees, there are many ways to live and work in Germany after passing through the immigration process:
1. Blue Card EU for highly qualified (§ 19a AufenthG ) with a recognized university degree and minimum salary, especially for occupations with employee shortages, and also with lower salary requirements
2. Employment according to § 18 AufenthG for qualified persons, e.g. with the consent of the Federal Agency for Labor (BA), within the scope of international agreements or regional interests, as well as for executives and legal representatives of companies and multicorporate enterprises
3. International staff exchange (AufenthG and BeschV ) for a maximum of 3 years after approval by BfA, if the employment contract remains in the home country, there is no wage dumping and health insurance according to EU standards is verified
4. Group-internal advanced training and continued education, traineeship (§ 17 AufenthG ) are exempt from employment permits for a maximum of 3 months. But the entry still requires a visa
5. Study-specific internships (§ 16 AufenthG) according to the application at the Centre for International Migration and Development (ZAV ) for full-time students from recognized universities for a maximum of 12 months. Or after applying to the foreigners’ office for persons studying in Germany of up to 120 days
This list of criteria has been greatly reduced. Errors and changes reserved. As of summer 2018
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