Getting a German Work Permit

Europe , Work Permit & Visas Jul 27, 2016 No Comments

While ranking high as the 7th hardest working country in Europe, Germans also enjoy an above average amount of holidays. It’s easy to see how this may attract professionals into the country.

But unless you are from the EU/EEA or Switzerland, obtaining a residency permit is a requirement to work in the country. There are several types of visas to choose from depending on your background and the type of work you are looking to find.

Read the full article for detailed information on the different types of visas and which type is best for you.


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Mary Anne Thompson

Mary Anne Thompson founded GoinGlobal, Inc. more than two decades ago as a result of her own experiences job hunting in Sweden. She believes that to uncover the real job opportunities, you need the experience and personal insights of trained local specialists. Mary Anne continues to be an active CEO who shares her strategies and insights directly with clients to help them strategically maximize GoinGlobal’s unique resources.

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