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I'm not a lawyer, but here are my 2 cents: 1) IMHO, marriage does not depend too much on your visa / residence permit. If you want to have a marriage, it should be possible. If in Germany it is too complicated, you can probably do it in another country (Denmark? Turkey? India? Embassy?) and later recognise (strictly speaking, in some cases an official ...


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Yes, you can try it. I'm not a lawyer, so cannot guarantee you anything, but at least I did from 2010 till 2013. If in doubt, you can always ask Ausländerbehörde in advance. Besides this, one can combine multiple income sources. Let's say one needs to have 800 Euro netto per month, but a part-time job only gives 650 Euro. Then one can make an extra bank ...


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If you do not plan to finish your degree, without leaving Germany, it is only possible to apply for a Blue Card (of course, only if you satisfy requirements, i.e. have higher education degree and an offer with high salary). See https://www.bamf.de/SharedDocs/Anlagen/DE/EMN/Studien/wp67-emn-wechsel-aufenthaltstiteln-aufenthaltszwecken.pdf?__blob=...


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Until one moved to Berlin, his/her documents are in the immigration office (Ausländerbehörde) of the place where he/she lives. So in such cases, one needs to go to the Ausländerbehörde of the place where he/she is registered. They can actually issue a new card for you, even if the job is in Berlin. Of course, one could first move to Berlin, register there ...


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