If you dream to be where the action is when Oktoberfest rolls along, to be able to visit the weiner dog museum on the daily, or see amazing historical sites whenever you fancy it, you need to make Germany your home. For that, you need to get a visa and a job, and here’s how to do it.
- What visas are you eligible for?
- Necessary appointments and paperwork
- Applying for jobs
- Finding an apartment
1. What visas are you eligible for?
If you’re from the EU, an EEA country, or Switzerland, you don’t need additional paperwork to live, work, or study in Germany, just register at your local Bürgeramt (citizen’s office) when you settle into a proper flat.