If you are planning for Germany Immigration from India, then it has become easier for you than before. As per the new immigration law introduced by Angela Merkel’s government, skilled foreign workers will face lesser restriction for Germany immigration if they are experienced, trained, and have a proper education. The gates have been open by German Companies to recruit foreign workers in all sectors as opposed to specific areas earlier.
With lenient immigration laws and better policies, Germany is expected to witness a high number of immigrations in the coming years. Let us look below for the ways to immigrate to Germany
There are broadly two types of Germany Visas, and they are further divided into different pathways and subcategories as follows:
Depending on the purpose of your visit and the type of pathway opted for immigration, the visa requirements are subject to change. However, some of the core requirements for a Germany Immigration are:
Germany is in the Schengen Area, and therefore there are 62 countries which don’t require a visa for a short stay in Germany. The citizens of these 62 countries can live in Germany visa-free for 90 days within six months. These visitors are not allowed to work in Germany during this period, but they can get involved in business activity.
Some of these prominent countries which are part of the visa waiver are:
If Indians want to migrate to Germany, then they require a visa. But if you are a diplomatic passport holder from India, then you will be excused for the visa requirement for a short stay in Germany. This is also possible when your partner or child is a citizen of the EU/EEA / EFTA country.
The application process for a visa for Germany is a three-step process:
After you have received your visa, you will be allotted the residency permit as well. These permits are temporary and permanent both depending on your case. Temporary permits are for the specific time frame while in Permanent permits the candidate can stay as long he/she wants.