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Work Permits

This section contains information on the different types of Germany work permits, such as Blue Card, ICT Card, deptation visa and specialist permits.
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Non work-related residence permits

Resident permits can also be granted to non-EU natinals who come for other resons than work. Exemples are dependecy visa or student permits.
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Entry Visa

Nationals from countries outside the EU typically need an entry visa to enter the EU. Depending on the type of the stay, a C-or a D-Visa is required.
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Permanent residence permits

A permanant residence permit (PR) is a residence and work permit with no time limitation. It grants the right to carry out any type of work activity.
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Employee posting (general information)

Employee posting is also known as deputation or secondment and describes the case that an employee is sent to Germany on a contract from abroad.
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Company foundation

Interested in setting up a German company entity? These articels tell you about the possibilities and the visa options and immigration requirements.
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Temporary employment (AUG)

In Germany, body leasing (or temporary employment) is a very restricted and complex area. Answers to your questions are given in this chapter.
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Arbeitnehmerüberlassung (AÜG)

Ihr Unternehmen besitz eine Lizenz zur Arbeitnehmerüberlassung und hat Fragen zur Vertragsgestaltung oder Ausübung? Hier finden Sie die Antworten.
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