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Not many people know much about this European Country, Good Food, tasty Beer, Great Football but why Live and Work in Germany and what are some of things German is well known for?

Germany’s Economy has grown at a steady pace since 1999 and has only this year (2014) started to decline. However reports suggest that Germany’s Economy will start to grow again soon, and it’s widely predicted to match even that of the growing French Economy. and it’s growth.

Having mentioned the Food, and style of the Germans. Most of them can speak English pretty well and have a good sense of humor. Germany is a very nice place to live and although not know for having the best weather like most European Countries. The weather might not be the reason why it attracts many people from India and around the world but instead the growing number of Working opportunities the country has.

Immigration Act

The new German Immigration Act, which came into force on 01 January 2005, provides for highly qualified persons to be granted permanent residence and permission to work from the outset, rather than five-year work permits as was previously the case. They must have a concrete job offer and get permission from the German Employment Agency. The new law also makes an attempt to reduce bureaucracy. Would-be immigrants will now report to one central place, most likely the German embassy in their home country, to receive work and residency permission.

Family members who enter Germany with highly skilled workers who have obtained a visa, or family members who join them later in Germany, can obtain the right to work in Germany as well, which should also make it easier for families to decide to move to Germany.

Another entirely new development in Germany will be regarded positively by foreign students. Foreign graduates of German universities will have a year to look for a job if they wish to stay in the country. Previously it was quite difficult for foreign students to remain in Germany upon completion of their studies.

Self-employed immigrants will also feel more welcomed under the new law, provided they invest one million euro and create ten new German jobs.It should also be noted that Germany is a member of the Schengen Agreement. With a Schengen Visa, you can entry one Schengen country and travel to other Schengen visa countries freely.

The new Immigration Act has replaced the former German Green Card Initiative, which made it easier for foreign IT specialists to work in Germany. It is generally agreed that the Green Card was unsuccessful, in that it did not succeed in bringing about the additional IT workers as was expected. This new provision of the Immigration Act is not limited to IT specialists.

Living in Germany

Germany is still a country where you can witness history in the making on account of its great diversity and ability to change. Germany has succeeded in maintaining its high level of tourism and in comparison with other countries and increased its share of the international market.

Why Immigrate to Germany

The country’s modern approach, its openness, the quality of life, the excellent value for money, the multi-national diversity and the creativity with which, it both renews and preserves its cultural identity are some of the good reasons why living and working in Germany is worthwhile

Emigrants in Germany

Living in a foreign country is not at all easy. It need to do a lot of research & grab in lot of information. There are many Indian expats living around the world but Germany appears to be a country which has attracted significant interest from Indian expats over the years.

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