Community tools for the Betahaus Hamburg co-working community (digital cluster).
- German Working-Holiday/Youth Mobility visa for Citizens of Australia, New Zealand and Japan
The Working Holiday Visa Programme is the visa ninja’s way of staying in Germany and traveling around Europe for up to 12 months without applying for a traditional German residence visa or require sponsorship or steady employment. You must pass the following requirements: be a Citizen of Australia, New Zealand, Chile (*1) or Japan be aged between 18 and 30 … Continue reading Living in Germany
- Temporary visa extension for foreigners in Germany
As a non-EU Citizen you can apply for a temporary visa extension (up to 3 months) to remain in Germany whilst your residence visa application is being processed, or simply because you want to spend additional time in Germany after your Schengen visa expires (90 days in every 180 days). Tip: If you are visiting Hamburg, … Continue reading Living in Germany
- Registration of address (Anmeldung) for travelers in Germany
If you intend to stay in Germany for any serious period of time (more than 3 months) you – as a German, EU Citizen, foreigner alike – must register your official address with immigration authorities within 7 days of arrival. An amendment made in November 2015 requires your landlord or address owner to complete a component of … Continue reading Living in Germany