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If you're not certain whether to mention something, you should mention it. It's not like they don't know about it; they will have it in their records. If you don't mention it, you will appear deceptive, which will work against you. In fact, if you seem deceptive, your application will probably fail for that reason alone. So you should mention it along ...


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Is drug testing practiced in German software companies, and during immigration or blue card applications? No, it's not. Generally speaking, there are no drug tests in Germany. Exceptions are if you are an athlete that gets tested for doping, want a security clearance or work in another high security profile job. Or if the police has a specific suspicion (...


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A non-EU citizen who is the spouse of an EU citizen enjoys freedom of movement under Directive 2004/38/EC when present in an EU or Schengen country other than the country of the spouse's citizenship. So in this scenario, it is not necessary to leave Germany, and no residence permit is required, but rather a residence card issued under Article 10 of the ...


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The refusal reason really sounds like “if you get your final degree, you will most likely get this visa”. So the refusal shouldn’t cause you any problems at all. On the other hand, saying “no” to the question about refusals would be not the truth, you can be quite sure that they know it’s nit the truth, and that doesn’t just “work against you”, it can ...


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Section 3 of your work contract states Der Arbeitnehmer ist damit einverstanden, für diese Projekte bei den Kunden des Arbeitgebers auch im Rahmen der Arbeitnehmerüberlassung eingesetzt zu werden. This is a typical phrase for e.g. companies doing engineering consulting. You are employed at some »Super-Consulting GmbH« and they sell your workforce to BMW ...


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