Germany Immigration from India
One of the wealthiest and largest countries in the European Union (EU), the abundance of jobs and the thriving economy are what makes working in Germany so appealing.
Germany has the largest economy in Europe and the fifth largest in the world. The job market in Germany is generally strong and employment is high for skilled workers coming into the country, specifically in engineering, manufacturing and the IT sectors. Manufacturing is the foundation of the economy of Germany, a highly industrialized and densely populated country.
There is a shortage of skilled workers in many sectors and professions in Germany. More especially, qualified technical workers, such as engineers and IT specialists, as well as health specialists, are in short supply.
Germany Job Seeker's Visa entitles you to stay and search for a job in the country for six months.
After getting job, one can apply for Blue Card, from within the country.
On an employment resident permit, you have to complete 5 years to apply for permanent residency.
The community of Indians in Germany includes Indian expatriates in Germany, as well as German citizens of Indian origin or descent. In 2009, the German government estimated the number of people of Indian descent residing in Germany at 110,204. Of which 43,175 people were only holding an Indian passport, while 67,029 were holding a German passport.
12 December, 2015
Germany (Mumbai):- This is to notify that with effect from 14 December 2015 additional services can be pre booked on IVR before visiting the visa application center for convenience and comfort.
For more information call : 022-67866028.
Germany (New Delhi):- All applicants are required to book an appointment by calling on the helpline 022-67866013.
Know more about our new tailor-made services to provide you comforts and benefits while applying for your visa… Read more information here or call us on 022 67866028.
3 November, 2015
Change in logistic Fees:
Effective 02 November 2015 in Mumbai, Pune, Ahmedabad & Goa the VFS Logistic Fee has been revised. The revised amount is:
- VFS Logistic Fee (with bio-metric): 1375
- VFS Logistic Fee (without bio-metric): 1149
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Why Choose Germany?
- Has one of the lowest rates of youth unemployment in the world.
- Is a land of invention and innovation.
- Is a major industrial nation and one of the world’s largest economies.
- Three German cities are on the list of “the world’s ten most liveable cities”: Düsseldorf, 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.
- Some 5,000 jobs for physicians in German hospitals remain unfilled because of a lack of suitable applicants.
- 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.