Relocation Blog

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

Fast-Track Immigration

Published on September 28th, 2020   Dieser Artikel auf Deutsch lesen. On 1st March 2020, the Skilled Immigration Act came into force in Germany, making it easier for skilled professionals from outside the EU to move to Germany to work. This Act not only relaxes some of the rules in place for entering the country […]

Jenny Leibe September 28, 2020 Read more

Skilled Immigration Act

New Immigration Law in Germany Due to the lack of qualified candidates such as craftsmen, engineers, or nurses, Germany has promoted the Skilled Inmigration Act (since March 1st, 2020 ) that allows people from outside the EU to work in Germany in a much easier way than before. The top priority is good training and further […]

Beatriz Campos August 4, 2020 Read more

Communication as a Key to Success

How good it must feel when a person gets a job in another city in the world and at the same time can take the family with them. First Steps First The ideal scenario while relocating a family to Germany, would be for both spouses o get a job or a leisure activity or study […]

Beatriz Campos June 19, 2020 Read more

Five Things You Didn’t Know About ExpatsGuide

Germany is a top destination for remote workers. This is how we help in relocating to Germany. Germany has around 82 million people living in 82 cities with no more than 4 million inhabitants. It is for this reason that, if you are thinking of living in Germany, you will find infinite consulting agencies that […]

Beatriz Campos October 30, 2019 Read more

Traveling in Europe – Your rights

Air-Travelers in Europe are not on their own. European Law obliged airlines to various tools to ease the stress of delays and logistics on the airports for handicapped people. Watch the video to find out more:

Ilona A. Keilich August 21, 2017 Read more

Flexible Mobility Policies

Ilona A. Keilich, our Managing Director, has recently shared her views on mobility policies with People HR. She believes a flexible approach is more fitting to the current global market. Relocation Policy is an important guideline that is supposed to treat fairly relocating employees and help them to settle in well in the new environment. […]

Ilona A. Keilich August 15, 2017 Read more

US-EU visa reciprocity

European Parliament has urged US to respect the visa reciprocity mechanism voting on non-legislative resolution on March 2nd, 2017 . According to the official statement of the European Parliament issued on Thursday, March 2nd, “the EU Commission is legally obliged to take measures temporarily reintroducing visa requirements for US citizens, given that Washington still does […]

Ilona A. Keilich March 6, 2017 Read more

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