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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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I can officially confirm that this is possible. Of course, under the condition that new job is in the same field and that the salary is still high enough for a Blue Card. If your employer name is not written on your Zusatzblatt, your Blue Card is not tied to them. This confirmation I got from the foreigners agency directly. What you do need to do is ...


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The answer to your question will change depending on how you respond to @Relaxed's comment above. If the license was obtained by passing the Czech license test, then no need to exchange (based on the links below) If the license was obtained by exchanging a Bolivian license for a Czech license, then there might be a need to pass the test in France. This is ...


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I see no reason it should be suspended. You should in fact be able to exchange it for a French license, for free. The clause she signed is probably slightly different: In the EU, you are not allowed to pass the test outside of your country of residence. In particular, you are not supposed to go shop for an “easy“ state to pass the test or circumvent a ...


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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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