I need some help urgently.
I am from Mauritius and I have a permanent job confirmed in Dusseldorf, Germany. I have contract and confirmation letter from the company and some other documents from them.
I came to London for 1 week to visit my relatives before going there and, today, I travelled to Dusseldorf but I was refused access because I do not have a work permit.
I was supposed to have my appointment at the German foreign office this Friday (organised by the company) for the residence permit but i was refused entry because i do not have a work visa.
Normally, I do not need a visa to enter Germany for a duration of 90 days. I came to Germany last month without problem.
Now, as I was refused access, there is a stamp on my passport as below.
Has anyone ever encountered this?
Do you think that i will be able to make my application for my visa from London or should I go back to my home country?
Will I still be able to enter Germany with this stamp on my passport? I really don't know what to do.
If i didn't detour to London. I would have been deported back to Mauritius on a 13 hour flight... :(
Here are other documents that the officer gave me before deporting me. it's in german and i do not understand it.
These two reasons were checked:
- ohne gueltiges Visum oder gueltigen Aufenthaltstitel (Google Translate: without valid visa or valid residence permit)
- stellt eine Gefahr fuer die oeffentliche Ordnung, die innere Sicherheit, die oeffentliche internationalen Beziehungen eines oder mehrerer Schengenstaaten dar (Google Translate: constitutes a threat to the public order, to internal security, to the public international relations of one or more Schengen States)
(Note: umlauts were converted to base vowel + e)