The national employment visa has "§ 2 ABS 1 BESCHV (BLAUE KARTE EU) AUFENTHALTSDAUER ENTSPRICHT GULTIGKEIT" in the remarks. Can someone help understand what this means?

  • Wegener does not seem to be a German word (although it seems to be a relatively common name). Are you certain that you have transcribed it correctly? – phoog Jun 19 '18 at 20:22
  • It was in the next line with some indent I assumed it to be a part of that sentence. – Somasundaram Sekar Jun 20 '18 at 1:58
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    I suspect that it is the name of the officer who issued the visa. If I recall correctly this is common on German visas. – phoog Jun 20 '18 at 12:21

It says tha according to §2 part 1 of Beschäftigungsverordnung (Blue Card EU) you can stay in Germany as long as your visa is valid. (As opposite to visitor's visa which often have a shorter period of stay than validity period).

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