Working visa for Germany
In the field of skilled labour, Germany is facing a shortage. Therefore, it is an advantage to all the international applicants who are moving to Germany for job prospects. Although getting a job in Germany requires a visa.
Germany is the land of opportunities and the fourth-largest economy in the world and home to world-renowned corporates and companies.
European Union citizens, as well as citizens of India, Australia, New Zealand, Israel, Canada and The Republic of Korea, can apply for a residential permit for their occupation after they entered Germany.
When the process is completed and your application has been approved by the Work office then the Embassy will issue you a residence permit in the type of visa, which has an authorized permit to work in Germany. No extra permit is required when you arrived in Germany.
Work Permit for Non-EU Nationals
According to the introduction of new Immigration law in January 2005 by the German Republic, residence permits are sub categorises in 3 parts:
- General employment
- Specialist professional
Not everyone but some do prefer to hire a private relocation firm which helps out them with giving brief but some do by their own too. From visa application to finding German language lessons, these firm helps foreigners by instructing them.
Let’s have an example of RCARE, it has tie-ups with many companies which provides people with a path for moving to Germany. Generally, they offer visa and work permit services. They do help in basic transition need like apartment hunting, buying health insurance and setting up a bank account.
Watch this video to know frequently asked job seeker visa interview questions by German consulate.
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