European Union

GET YOUR WORK PERMIT IN GERMANY

Germany has a strong economy, high standard of living, central location, top universities, cultural diversity and work-life balance which makes it a popular destination to live and work. There are numerous Job opportunities  available in Germany in different sectors such as

  • Computer Science/IT,

  • Software Development,

  • Electronics Engineering,

  • Mechanical Engineering,

  • Account Management and Business Analytics,

  • Nursing and Healthcare

  • Civil Engineering and

  • Architecture.

HOW DOES ONE OBTAIN A WORK PERMIT?

  1. To obtain a work permit, applicants must have their qualifications recognized by German authorities.

  2. show their knowledge of the German language, though it is not always required for expert occupations.

  3. Non-EU residents must apply for a work visa and a residence permit, this includes

  • A job offer letter,

  • Valid passport,

  • Certificates of academic qualification,

  • Work experience, and

  • An approval letter from the Federal Employment Agency.

EU BLUE CARD

Another way to obtain a work and residence permit for Germany is through EU Blue Card.

  • It  is available for individuals with a graduate or undergraduate degree from a recognized university,

  • A job of 52,000 Euros p.a. or more

  • Those who are highly skilled professionals in the fields of Mathematics, IT, Life Sciences, Engineering, or Medical Professionals.

A person can stay up-to four years in Germany with this card, and their family members are eligible for work permits.

At Advision Overseas we assist you on all the necessary documentation and funds required for the visa, complete the application process, and review documents needed for the visa application. If you are looking for a work visa agent near you, contact Advision Overseas for guidance on pursuing job opportunities in Germany.