Germany, officially federal republic of Germany, located in Central and western Europe with berlin as capital city, Germany is among the powerful countries of Europewith high growth and low unemployment rate, if you ever have a dream of settling in European countries Germany is the best choice because of the growth rate and high standard of living and its considered to be highly safe and attractive for living
The country in general offers Free educations to its residents whenever you plan to work in Germany plan for a long-term visa, the best way to get into the country is a Job seeker Visa
German Job seeker visa is the best way to migrate to Germany, Germany has one of the organized and fastest Immigration Process, this job seeker visa allows you to enter Germany and search for jobs in your specialized field for a period of 6 months. However, not everyone is eligible for this type of Visa, to be granted one must meet the country eligibility Requirements .
- Be at-least 18 years of age
- Have a Bachelor’s/ Master’s Degree from a German university or an equivalent foreign degree
- Have a minimum of 5 years of experience in your related field of study
- Maintain sufficient funds to cover your stay in German (Proof of funds)
- Have a valid Travel or Medical insurance for your entire stay in Germany or till you get your work permit
- Valid passport
- Two filled, printed and signed application form
- 3 identical photographs of Schengen specification
- Proof of accommodation
- Proof of travel health insurance
- Proof of financial stability
- Curriculum vitae
- Proof of personal status
- Cover letter
- Proof of academic qualification
- Visa fee payment Confirmation
It is not necessary to hold an IELTS certificate or any proof of English language skill, you will need to be proficient in German. However, proof of any German language Test is not mandatory for job seeker visa, if you are proficient with German it would be an add on advantage
No, you are not allowed to take up employment under a job seeker visa once you fetch a job in Germany you must apply for a residence permit for employment
No, you cannot extend the German job seeker visa, in the grounds of not finding a job within 6 months (i.e your visa validity) you must return back to your home country.
In the grounds if you can fetch a job during your stay period in Germany (i.e visa validity of 6 months) you will not have to return back to home country in turn you can apply for working visa/ residence permit.
The German job seeker Visa fee is 75 Euros, this is a Non- refundable fee, this visa is subjected to changes at any time