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Work Permit in Germany
Germany is a Western European country with a landscape of forests, rivers, mountain ranges and North Sea beaches. It has over 2 millennia of history. Berlin, its capital, is home to art and nightlife scenes, the Brandenburg Gate and many sites relating to WWII. Munich is known for its Oktoberfest and beer halls, including the 16th-century Hofbräuhaus. Frankfurt, with its skyscrapers, houses the European Central Bank.
Germany is a great choice for expats looking for a career boost! In this page you will find useful tips and information for people wishing to work and live in Germany – job search, visa and residency permit, insurances, and more. Non-German and Non-EU nationals are an entitled labour force in Germany if appropriately meeting the set eligibility criteria.
Germany welcomes migrants, perceived as an additional value for Germany’s economy and demography, fairly enabling to practice their skills and qualifications inside the advanced economy of Germany. Despite, they may only become eligible workers if holding the adequate residence and work permits. Thus, the article focuses on bringing the relevant information on the criteria and legislative rules applying to foreigners seeking to be part of the German labour force.
Speaking about work deficiencies, the German economy has a great demand for professionals in different occupations, especially in the field of IT, Engineers, Health, research and more.
Non-EU academics, scholars, researchers, graduate students and other professionals can access the labour market in Germany under the Residence Act and the Employment Regulation, while EU nationals are subject to the Freedom of Movement Act of EU.
- Photo Passport size (background white)
- Report of clean criminal record
- Proof of German Language
- Proof of English B2 level Certificate
- Health Insurance Confirmation
- Last Qualification Certificate
- Experience certificate
Currently we are seeking for Unskilled and Semi-skilled workers in Germany such as:
- Service Workers
- Security Guards
- Tailoring workers etc.
- Construction Worker and more…
- Software developer and programmer
- Electronics engineer, electrician
- Healthcare worker and nurse
- IT consultant, IT analyst
- Economist, business administrator
- Account manager, client consultant
- Production assistant
- Sales representative, sales assistant
- Sales manager, product manager
- Architect, structural engineer
- Possibility to apply for Germany citizenship after 5 years of work in German
- Opportunity for Family Reunion
- Free Education system
- Free Medical System
- Opportunity to travel in Europe without visas;
- Covered Annual leave
- Renewable job contract
- Annual leave: 25 paid days per year after completing 12 months of work
- Working hours 8 working hours per day