WHY CHOOSE GERMANY
Lowest rates of youth unemployment in the world.
Land of invention and innovation
Major industrial nation and the world’s largest economies
Three German cities are on the list of “the world’s ten most livable cities”: Dusseldorf, Munich and Frankfurt
One-fourth of all of the inventions in the field of environmental technology that are registered with the European Patent Office come from Germany.
Nearly half of all products manufactured by German companies find their way to customers in other countries, making Germany the world’s top exporter.
German companies are highly competitive and they need ever-larger numbers of highly trained employees.
There is a shortage of skilled workers in many sectors and professions in Germany.
There were more unfilled positions for engineers in Germany at the beginning of 2012 than ever before.
As an engineer in Germany, you can expect to earn an annual salary up to 45,000 euros in your first few years.
You are insured against risks such as illness and long-term care needs – when you have a job in Germany.
Long-term Residence permit that allows you to stay in Germany & search for a job, this will be granted for 6 months.
Allows you to look for jobs & interview with employers.
Securing Employment visa becomes easy after you obtain a Jobseeker visa. All you need to do is personally interview and get your job.
Once a job is granted, applicant can apply for residence permit- Employment.
Permanent residency after 33 months. If you can prove that your acquired language skills comply with level B1 of the Common European Reference Framework for Languages (CEFR), you can obtain your permanent residence permit after just 21 months.
The EU Blue Card entitles the holder to spend visa-free periods of up to 90 days within a 180-day period in the other Schengen States for the purpose of tourism. Holders of an EU Blue Card can enter another Member State without a visa after 18 months and apply for the EU Blue Card of that Member State within a period of one month.
Stay in non-EU countries for up to 12 consecutive months without your blue card expiring. This provision also includes family members.
Spouse of blue card holder has access to labour market
JOB SEEKER VISA (WORK VISA)
- Hold a recognized Universities or foreign degrees equivalent to German Degrees.
- Hold sufficient funds
- Arranged accommodation
- Hold travel and medical insurance.
Sufficient funds and accommodation:
- Adequate years of experience can help you in finding jobs in Germany, though this is not a mandatory requirement.
- Should have planned course of action to secure employment in Germany and understanding of employment and career prospects in Germany.
There is no specific list of eligible occupations for the Germany Jobseeker visa.
The major sectors in demand in Germany include:
- Scientific Research