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It means that the salary offered by your prospective employer is deemed too low compared to the local standard for similar occupations by the relevant Arbeitsagentur. The law cited, “§ 39 (2) 1 Nr. 1 Residence Act” is meant to protect local workers (citizens and current residents) against competition from newcomers accepting less attractive work conditions. ...


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The Anmeldung process in Germany is about registering your place of residence for the authorities, and until you inform them otherwise then they will assume that you remain at the same place and they don't care about details such as the length of your rental contract which is between you and your landlord and hence not relevant to them. They only want the ...


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It's complicated because we are talking about several distinct but potentially overlapping statuses. The main consequence of the EU long-term resident status is that if you gained it in one participating EU country, it's somewhat easier to move to another participating EU country. In particular, you can move first and apply for a residence permit from within ...


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Assuming you replace the card before the end of 2020, then you will be treated in the same way as an EU citizen in Germany, as the Brexit transition phase is still in place. So the process is fairly simple. When you apply to change your licence then the German authorities will contact the DVLA in the UK to validate various details about the card and ...


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Indefinite leave to Remain (ILR) in the UK is also known as permanent residency. With this type of permit then you are allowed to live and work in the UK, and you don't require any other permit or visa to work in the UK, either as an employee or self-employed. You are subject to the law and statuary rules for establishing a business and your employment. ...


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The limit for Blue card holders and their dependents is indeed 12 months instead of 6. The relevant reference is § 51 Abs. 10 Aufenthaltsgesetz, see http://buzer.de/gesetz/4752/a65988.htm Additionally, the Ausländeramt even has some discretion to grant a permission to stay abroad for longer period of times in other cases so it's disappointing they would ...


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There is no clear cut yes or no answer. When I was at the Standesamt to apply for marriage, nobody ever asked for papers concerning the legality of my partners current stay. On the other hand side, they had a valid entry stamp in their passport and the clerk might have known that citizens from the country in question do not even need a visa. Or they looked ...


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Your residence permit was issued based on §28 (1)(1) AufenthG. Spouse of a German citizen that resides in Germany If you and your German spouse no longer reside in Germany, then the residence permit expires automatically, since the conditions it was issued against are no longer fullfilled. Only if your spouse remained in Germany and/or you applied for ...


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While Mark is right that as per guidelines you are not required to present accommodation proof in the embassy. Still, we don't want to take chances. So what I did. I did Six bookings from booking.com, for one month each. For example: First booking from June 1 - June 30th Second booking from July 1st - July 31st and so on ... If I wanted I could have ...


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