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Removals to Germany

People choose to move to different parts of the world for different reasons. Some choose to go for work reasons while others go there for personal reasons. Of all the countries to immigrate to, Germany is the second most common country to immigrate to. The United States is usually the most common place to immigrate to. Most people believe that the grass is greener on the other side but it isn’t uncommon for people to be disappointed when relocating to a country. Visiting a country while on holiday and living there is two completely different things. The way you are treated as a tourist and a resident can be drastically different. If you decide on relocation to Germany, there are quite a few things that you need to think of, especially if you are relocating from a different country or continent.

There are so many things that you need to take into account before you start the process of relocating to a different country. In the European Union the most populous country is by far Germany. In Germany there is a completely different type of culture and language. They are people with their own unique history and identity.  Germany has since the 1950’s been totally dependent on immigrant workers to help the economy grow. A relocation to Germany isn’t easy but many immigrant workers stayed in Germany and earned their citizenships. The country is now classified as a country that has regulated immigration.

Planning Ahead

There are a bunch of things that you need to take into account when you decide on relocating, especially if you are relocating to another country. You need to make sure that not only are you going to have a job in the country you are relocating to but that you also have a place to stay beforehand. It takes a lot of meticulous planning in relocating to a country. It takes months of paperwork etc. depending on which country you want to go to you will need to follow their strict rules when relocating. Some countries require a certain amount of money in your bank account and some may even insist that you don’t have any debt. There are some countries that insist that you either have work in the desired location or that you have blood family in the area. It isn’t always easy to relocate to a country but in some cases it may be better than the country they are currently living in.

How About Your Belongings?

Once all your paperwork is in order and you have a job and a place to stay you may need to start thinking about your belongings. Some may decide to sell the bulk of their belongings while others will decide to ship everything that they have. You will need to make sure you find moving companies that will be able to handle the move and ensure shipping reliably to Germany. If you decide to sell all your belongings or to sell the bulk thereof that you will have what you need when you arrive. The worst thing could be arriving in the country and you not having any furniture etc.

Things to Know When Relocating to Germany

Every country has their own rules and regulations that need to be followed before you will be allowed to relocate to a country. In Germany there are a few rules that you need to follow. If you are planning to stay in Germany for more than three months you need to apply for a residence permit. You need to not only be up to date with your taxes in your home country but you will need to pay taxes in Germany especially if you are earning a German salary. 

The German School System is not like other countries. If a student is at a level to study at a university level they will not be turned away just because they are unable to afford it. Parents are also able to get a child allowance once they reside in Germany. When something isn’t compulsory, we usually won’t do it but in Germany Liability and Health insurance is an absolute must. It is mandatory if you are going to stay in Germany for more than six months.

The scenery in Germany is beautiful and their roads are well maintained. In most sections of Germany there aren’t any speed limits but the other rules that Germany has are extremely important. One of the most important rules is the fact that you will need a driver’s license. If you already have a license that was issued under a European Union then it is likely that you won’t need a German license, whereas if you come from another country you may need to have your written test or driving test and in some cases you may need to complete both.




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