Immigration to Germany — 7 primary tasks after moving to Germany

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_video link="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bP7t67pkQdg"][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text][/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text][Music] hi it's nexus europe gmbh you're a safe and reliable bridge to germany you decided to move to germany and for sure you'll enjoy a lot of benefits staying here what are the next steps to be fulfilled during the first weeks of your stay to meet legal requirements what are the obstacles you might meet on your way and how to overcome them this is what we'll be talking about in today's video and if you're only planning to get a residence permit in germany or open a business in germany please get in touch with us our channel was created for those who plan to move to germany subscribe to our channel and let us know in the comments what other aspects of doing business in germany you are interested in we will focus on them in our next videos please watch this video until the end to get useful links that you might need in your first weeks in germany and don't forget to give this video a like alright let's go number one finding an apartment depending on the city you are going to live in finding an apartment might be a challenging task especially if you are going to stay in a big city the demand for affordable apartments and metropolis is very high therefore owners of properties are very picky home to rent apartments to in this regard german citizens with a good job and good credit report history will have a priority if you come to germany and have an employment contract with a good salary it essentially simplifies the process the situation is much more complicated for self-employed people who cannot verify permanent income what are the solutions you should start looking for apartment prior to your arrival in germany there are several portals that you can start with we'll share the links to some of them with you please watch this video till the end to get them you must prepare supporting documents for the potential landlord in advance usually it would be expected that you provide a copy of your passport and residence permit if you have it proof of your income and employment contract your credit report it can be obtained from shuffa if you are not able to provide some of the documents we suggest that you think of another way to show your credibility as a tenant in advance for example a bank account statement showing a sufficient amount or proof of your other income if you are interested in detailed information on how to rent an apartment in germany leave a comment under this video if we get at least 20 requests in the comments we will make a separate video on this subject number two finding an initial place to live since finding a proper apartment is not simple you should think beforehand where you will live until you find a permanent place some people stay in hostels or hotels alternatively you can look for a furnished apartment that can be rented for a short term or you can rent a room or stay at your friend's place however it is important that you are able to register with this address at least you need to be able to provide the so-called vonogsky babashtetikun to get a registration number three anmeldon according to the german law anyone who moves into a residence has to register with the registration authorities within 14 days of moving in the procedure is called anmedon upon registration you will get a certificate anmel de best this certificate is very important and will be required by the bank to open you an account to obtain the tax id and even by the internet and phone providers to give you a contract anmedon can be done in the burger amt in most german cities you will need to make an appointment with the burger aunt this can be done online if there are no available appointments you should keep checking the portal they can appear any moment if it doesn't work you should call or even visit the chosen office of the burka amt in person and request an appointment explaining that the situation is urgent watch this video till the end to get links to portals where you can make an appointment for the anmedo in berlin and hamburg as well as get detailed information which documents you need to provide make sure that you prepare the documents required for animating in advance also keep in mind that employees in the burka amp often don't speak english you should think of bringing an interpreter or someone who is able to assist you with communication number four health insurance in germany you are legally required to have health insurance if you apply for a residence permit travel insurance will not be sufficient for living in germany as a resident you must get a proper health insurance there are two types of health insurance public and private private health insurances are available for only three groups of people self-employed people students or for employees who earn more than 64 350 euro per year although for some expats a private health insurance might be the only available option obtaining it is not as simple as it seems many private health insurance providers require applicants to undergo medical and dental examination they do tend to be very critical in this regard and at the slightest suggestion of any pre-existing condition they might either tremendously increase the cost of insurance for you or you can be declined at all the german health insurance system is very complicated it makes sense to find an insurance broker in advance who will explain you the differences and help you find the best option for you number five bank account it might seem unbelievable but opening a bank account in germany for non-eea residents is a real challenge many german banks simply decline opening such accounts however once you get a german residence and registration address on meldon opening an account will be much easier if the bank of your choice declines opening an account for you go to any space and approach them to open you an account there are many branches of space in each city we suggest that you open an account as soon as you make the ann maiden you might need it for renting an apartment obtaining the contract with a phone provider to name just a few number six personal liability insurance half fled position this insurance is not mandatory however we recommend that you get such insurance for yourself imagine if there is a fire in the apartment you rented or someone broke a leg because you accidentally hit them with your bike in germany you would have to compensate the damage costs they can reach up hundreds of thousands of euro liability insurance covers most of the expenses the costs and conditions for such insurance vary from provider to provider but generally it costs less than 100 euro per year at the end of the video you can get a link to the website where you can compare the offers of main insurance providers number seven emergency numbers notre man write down the main phone numbers you might need in emergency situations and keep them with you at all times the most important ones are police fire and rescue service emergency medical help embassy of your country you can see the numbers on your screen think what else you might need and put the contacts under a list if you don't speak german make sure you know a german-speaking person who you can reach out to in case of emergency at least by phone all right you've made it almost to the end of this video as promised we'd like to share some useful links with you if you want to get them please leave a comment under this video requesting to send you the file with the links there is a lot that can be said on this topic we told you about the main things to pay attention to please give this video a thumbs up and subscribe to our channel we make content especially for you thanks for watching you<br><!-- wp:image {"id":1776,"sizeSlug":"large","linkDestination":"none"} -->rn<figure 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Immigration to Germany — 7 primary tasks after moving to Germany

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