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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

How to Retire in Germany as a Foreigner

Published on Jan 16, 2021 For many people of retirement age, Germany can be very attractive when it comes to the quality of life and pensions. Nevertheless, there are a number of important aspects to take into account when doing so. General aspects Germany is internationally recognized for its high standards when it comes to […]

Beatriz Campos February 16, 2021 Read more

Learning German during Relocation to Germany

Today in our globalised world relocation has become an option for many people who now have the chance to change the course of their life; moving, working, and living in another country. Change is rarely easy, but with hard work comes great rewards. Relocation For some time, you were looking for a job in Germany. […]

Ilona A. Keilich February 2, 2021 Read more

Relocation to Germany after Brexit

Published on Dec 10th, 2020 As of Jan 1st, 2021 all British citizens who are not in a possession of a Residence Permit in Germany will be obliged to hold an entry visa before entering the country. Beginning 15 June 2020 the German Missions in the UK have resumed processing of visa applications for British citizens. The […]

Ilona A. Keilich December 10, 2020 Read more

US Army in Germany

Published on Nov, 23rd, 2020 Since June this year, the United States has taken the decision to remove a significant number of military personnel from the region, marking a change in relations between the two countries. The presence of American military personnel in Germany is still significant and is distributed in different German cities. The […]

Beatriz Campos November 23, 2020 Read more

New Rules for British Citizens After Brexit

The German Parliament (Bundestag) has adopted legislation implementing the Withdrawal Agreement in Germany. All the UK nationals living in Germany on and beyond the end of the transition period (31 December 2020) should notify their local Foreigners Authority (usually called Ausländerbehörde) by 30 June 2021, in order to obtain a new residence document confirming their rights (Aufenthaltsdokument-GB)

Ilona A. Keilich November 19, 2020 Read more

Entry Restrictions to Germany from November 2020

The regulations on quarantine obligation are issued by the federal states in their own responsibility. Therefore, please ask your local health or regulatory authorities about the specific quarantine regulations.

Beatriz Campos November 3, 2020 Read more

Remote working – a dream or a nightmare?

2020 has been an incredible year for remote working, with the global pandemic achieving something that years of campaigning had not – working from home is now not only socially acceptable but actively desirable. Throughout the globe, workers have exchanged commuting for the comfort of their own home.

Jenny Leibe October 21, 2020 Read more

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