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I currently work in Munich, and I moved here with a Type D visa for the purpose of work(contract for a year). I currently have an offer that will make me eligible for a blue card. What exactly is the process shifting to this and who do I have to inform once I have resigned from my current role?

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    Have your new signed work contract in hand, show it to the Ausländeramt, they will give you Blue card.
    – quantum
    Oct 25, 2022 at 9:53

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If you are already in Germany with a German residence title, you can apply for the EU Blue Card at the immigration authority that is responsible for your place of residence.

Source: The EU Blue Card FAQs Federal Office for Migration and Refugees https://www.bamf.de/EN/Themen/MigrationAufenthalt/ZuwandererDrittstaaten/Migrathek/BlaueKarteEU/blauekarteeu

See also Change of employer on type D visa while you are already in Germany

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  • Yes, I'm already in germany. And thank you for the links. :)
    – user25569
    Oct 25, 2022 at 14:30

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