IMMIGRATION TO GERMANY IN 2020


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IMMIGRATION TO GERMANY IN 2020



Thinking about moving to Germany as a non-EU citizen? Here are 8 legit ways to come to Germany and restart your life!

Shortage list/Whitelist: https://welcome.hamburg.de/contentblob/9525832/71b97baf1f2c3219ec5674758f432578/data/liste-der-mangelberufe-laut-bundesagentur-fuer-arbeit.pdf

Cheapest health insurance for students in Germany: https://www.german-student-insurance.com/de/?vkn=88142
Get your Blocked banking account/health insurance for Germany with Fintiba: http://partner.fintiba.com/russianvagabond

Check out my website https://russianvagabond.com where you find lots of helpful information about life in Germany.
When you are ready to move to Germany check out our services (https://russianvagabond.ck.page/300a53d8a3) so you can work with me personally and receive one on one consultation (book it here: https://russianvagabond.com/product/consultation/).
I am also setting up an agency that will help you to get a job in Germany, a place at German university, become a nurse in Germany, and execute all related to these tasks and chores! We are launching soon, and I am already accepting queries. Simply leave me a message on mail@russianvagabond.com with a description of your current situation and plans for Germany.

Why you should move to Germany? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NXU_qW_zROA&t=911s
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-JLyLEzuKrw&t=252s
Things to know before moving to Germany: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s_o1kxb42Ic&t=378s
How to get a job in Germany: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_pCtqNPLrw&t=41s

About me:
I am Anna – an explorer, traveler, and global citizen who originated in Mother Russia. No, I wasn’t born rich, I worked since the age of 17 because my family couldn’t afford my education even in Russia, where it’s actually free. From the young age, I know how to achieve goals and I am glad to help you to do it too!
The last 5 years I have spent in Germany, Greece, Austria, and India working, studying, or volunteering. Currently, I am pursuing my big goal – a bachelor in International Business in Austria.
On this platform, I am helping people from around the world move to Germany to work, study, or start a business.

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  1. My girlfriend has 8 years of work experience as a preschool teacher. Recently she has an issue where German immigration requires her to present university recognition certificate to obtain work permit but as a specialist, applicants are not required to have bachelor's degree which is said on immigration website. Why do they ask her to provide them with that? Do you have any ideas????

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  3. Hello! Thank you for the information! Do you know by chance if someone can apply for a freelancer visa while they are in Germany? I am a US citizen and here visiting my fiance. I am looking for a way to stay longer than the 90 day allowance ( I telework and am a financial analyst).

  4. Hello. Thanks for sharing. I have a small question: I work for a US-based company fully remote in my African country and I plan to move to Germany with my family (wife and children). Can you advise on the best way to go and which visa to apply for?
    PS: Non-EU citizen

  5. Hi,my name is shady .iam 22 years old.i have a certificate in software engineering and high school diploma.not diploma or bachelor in software engineering.so can i immigrate to Germany with this qualifications. And what visa should i apply through can u help me miss??