Relocation Blog

New Citizenship Law

The immigration process is different when an Employer of Record is involved – find out what you need to know if your immigration case involves an EOR.

Jenny Leibe February 15, 2024 Read more

Applying for an Employer Change

Residence permits for employment are bound to specific employers – here we explain everything you need to know if you want to change employers.

Jenny Leibe October 5, 2023 Read more

Top Tips for Immigration to Germany

Here at Expats Guide, we have been assisting immigration to Germany from all over the world for several years. Here are our top tips to make sure that your move to Germany goes as smoothly as possible.

Jenny Leibe April 10, 2023 Read more

Pregnancy in Germany

Find out what you need to know about pregnancy and giving birth in Germany. From finding a doctor to choosing where to give birth.

Jenny Leibe March 23, 2023 Read more

Intra-corporate transfer to the European Union

Companies that are established outside the European Union (EU) can deploy managers, specialists, and trainees to their group company‚Äôs entity within the EU. A special program created by the EU called Intra-Corporate Transfers (ICT) offers a legal base for such mobility programs. What is it? The ICT Card is a non-permanent residence permit for employees […]

Beatriz Campos December 1, 2022 Read more

Frankfurt is at the highest risk of real estate bubble

During the Covid pandcmic, the entry ban to Germany is widespread, and they’re only a few exemptions to the rule. If however, essential is travel is proven and entry to Germany is allowed, quarantine and test rules need to be followed. These change nearly every week and there is no common federal approach, rather each state has its own regulations.

Ilona A. Keilich October 18, 2021 Read more

Quarantine & Covid Test Rules

During the Covid pandcmic, the entry ban to Germany is widespread, and they’re only a few exemptions to the rule. If however, essential is travel is proven and entry to Germany is allowed, quarantine and test rules need to be followed. These change nearly every week and there is no common federal approach, rather each state has its own regulations.

Ilona A. Keilich April 6, 2021 Read more

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