Your translation of the text is not correct. You have to read it as two different remarks:
Kartennutzung bis 16.07.2020
This translates as:
Card usage until July 16th, 2020
The right to work is not limited in time, but the usage of the card. The reason is as you probably have guessed that the residence permit ...
As I suggested in the comment, in such case I would seek for a help/treatment immediately.
I assume that nobody will ask you for instant payment. In case of Mawista travel insurance (not a real health insurance) that you have, you can ask doctor to wait for 1-2 months (for payment, not for treatment) and clarify the issue with Mawista.
I had Mawista myself ...
Network engineers can get a blue card. As long as you have a university degree, job and fulfil the minimum salary requirement, you can apply for the blue card.
Here is an excerpt from the official website of Berlin.
The amount you need to earn depends on your job.
If you work in a shortage occupation, you need to earn EUR 3,588 gross per month ...
No, it is not common practice.
Generaly a 3 months D-Visa is issued (see 126.96.36.199) in cases when issued with the goal of recieving a residence permit.
Exceptions can, however, be made (see 188.8.131.52).
In your case, since a semester generally starts in September, they probably want you to complete the process before the semester begins.
Most appointments must be ...
In February I received a letter from the landlord telling us to halt the previously agreed rent increase and continue paying the original rent for now
This is correct. You should pay the same rent that was being paid on the 18.06.2019.
You should have recieved a letter by the 23th of April 2020 (Informationsschreiben / die Auskunft nach §6 Abs. 4 des ...
I get the feeling that it may be possible, but there are a number of things to consider.
Under German law, the guardian has the right and duty to supervise a minor in accordance with the minor's age and maturity. It is acceptable for a typical 16-year-old to be in a different city or even a different country than the legal guardians. They don't have to tuck ...
It depends on the type of Schengen visa you have: a two-entry or multiple-entry visa would exempt you from the visa requirement in Croatia, a single-entry visa does not.
If you were a resident in the Schengen area (holding a national long-stay or “type D“ visa or a residence permit), you would also be exempted from the visa requirement in Croatia.
Your French health insurance is sufficient. You should request the EU travel insurance (a blue card). You will have to switch to a German insurance within 3 to 6 month.
The German system is slightly different than in France, you have different companies managing your health insurance (e.g. tk.de or aok.de). They will provide you the same coverage with small ...
I saw you ask this question under my question about working as an "IT specialist". Please note that getting the permit to work as an IT specialist is different from getting a Blue Card. In fact, there were people (Americans actually) in my company in Berlin who are great programmers and have many years of experience, but didn't have the ...
The residence law says that one of the requirements for getting a permanent residence permit is being a holder of residence permit for some period.
For the Blue Card, the same paragraph makes an exception and says that the Blue Card holder needs to have worked and payed taxes for a period of 21-33 months, see §18c AufenthG (2) for details.
In Berlin, they ...