Services to Apply for to Search for a Job from Germany
I personally do not sponsor any person. Please understand that I am not a recruiter but an immigration lawyer who's work normally starts after you have secured yourself a job offer. I can only help you to come over to Germany to find a job and prepare that well. Not having a job but wanting to work in Germany? Best is to search for a job in Germany because you will be "instantly" available for interviews. I am talking of a national visa to come to Germany for 6 months and search for a position and be able to apply from here for that job. This is called "Job Seeking Permit".
Consider that no one will invite you from your home country for the risk of not being satisfied with you. Why? German law provides that the potential employer pays for the travel costs for prospective candidates. The costs for a travel from inside Germany are "nothing" compared to inviting you from your home country. My services for applying for a job hunting permit are offered in 3 steps.
Step 1: Testing Eligibility
The first step will be to test your eligibility for a Job Seaching Permit. Welcome candidates are either
- academics with a diploma acknowledged via www.anabin.de; the diploma is to be either "H" or "H+".
- you are a skilled worker. You will have to show that you have a comparible tow-year training in a job that is wanted and needing. You also need German in as much as your job – legally – demands.
You can test your diploma in anabin by yourself. It's free of cost. Please test there that your diploma is vetted as "H" or "H+". Please provide a print from their database via the print function in the box on your university. If I am to do this, I would want € 50 ex VAT. You have applied but only received denials, no issue. Save them! If not, I can gladly help you with this, I will need € ex VAT per matching job board meeting.
Step 2: Application Proceedings
Once you have several job applications running, it makes sense to apply for the visa. However, it is not the formality of coming up with a letter of interest from an employer but the position also has to match your qualifications. It ought to be "real"; anything else will only backfire in Germany. The services for applying for a residence permit for job hunting will contain the following tasks:
- supplying a checklist for any and all documents to be submitted, so your application will be complete. Case deciders are extremely annoyed if anything evident is missing, however sometimes they might want more information,
- I will provide the mandatory application form (pre-filled for your convenience), German authorities hate sloppiness and chances decline when the application form evidently misses important information,
- instruction on which office the relevant documents are to be submitted, to ensure that each authority gets exactly those documents it wants to see and nothing else,
- streamlining supplementary documents, German authorities crave to have your story proven, I will make sure that you show correct and relevant data,
- negotiating legal follow-up questions from the authorities, this is to ensure that they only hear the relevant and correct information,
- general instruction about the application proceedings (duration, fees, opening hours, etc.), so you know what will happen when and why,
- providing a summary of any new legal status at every relevant step in the process of applying for the permit,
- providing you with a contact to recruiting companies that cater to potential employers all over Germany.
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