How to initiate a dependency visa application procedure with Dwyer Legal?

To initiate an application procedure for a Blue Card work permit, the following documents / information need to be provided to us:

  • Passport copy spouse
  • Passport copy children
  • Dwyer Legal Family application form (Excel sheet to be provided by Dwyer Legal)
  • Copy of marriage certificate
  • Copy of birth certificate spouse
  • Copy of the children's birth certificates
  • Copy of employee's German registration certificate with city hall (if given) 
  • Copy of German employment contract employee
  • Power of attorney, signed by employee and spouse (template can be provided by Dwyer Legal)
  • Plus - in case the employee is already in Germany:
    • Copy of employee's German registration certificate with city hall (if given) 
    • Copy of employee's health insurance confirmation or health insurance card
    • Copy of 3 latest German pay slips of employee (if given)
    • Copy of German tenancy agreement
    • Copy of landlord-confirmation

Documents to be handed in with the consulate (originals and 2 copies each)

  • passports
  • application form (one for each applicant, no matter the age)
  • marriage certificate
  • birth certificates (one for each applicant)
  • passport photos for each applicant (biometrical)
  • personal supporting letter from the employee
  • passport copy employee
  • employment contract employee
  • 3 latest pay slips employee
  • German tenancy agreement employee
  • Mietbescheinigung employee
  • German registration receipt employee
  • Visa payment confirmation (demand draft)

Please note that applications are only accepted if the documents are being sent to application@dwyer-legal com.

Please do not hesitate to contact us should you need additional information or support before filing an application.

Dwyer Legal Law Firm, Schwanthalerstr 13, Aufgang IV, 80336 Munich

Tel: +49 (0)89 24 88 14 310, www.dwyer-legal.com

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