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Permanent Residence Permit

You are now living in Germany with a transitory residence permit and need to remain here forever. Here you can figure out the necessities under which you as a specialist can apply for a permanent position residence permit, the so-called permanent residence permit according to § 18c AufenthG, on application.

The settlement grant opens up numerous viewpoints: You can live with your relatives in Germany without limitation. You can function as a representative as well as self-employed.

According to the Residence Act, you are a “specialist” if you belong to one of the following groups of people:

Persons who have completed vocational training ( Section 18a of the Residence Act )

Persons with an academic education ( Section 18b, Paragraph 1 of the Residence Act and holders of an EU Blue Card )

International researchers according to Directive (EU) 2016/801 ( § 18d AufenthG )

You have had a residence permit according to §§ 18a, 18b or 18d AufenthG for 4 years.

Your job is gotten without the utilization of public assets.

You have paid obligatory or deliberate commitments to the legal annuity protection for no less than four years.

You have some work for which your capability qualifies you or which is suitable to your capability.

You have adequate information on the German language (level B1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (GER)) as well as fundamental information on legal and social order and the living conditions in Germany. As a rule, this can be proven by the Life in Germany test.

You have sufficient living space for you as well as your relatives.

On the off chance that you meet the above necessities, it is ideal to make a meeting with the person responsible for your foreign Authority to submit your application for a settlement permit. In the foreigner’s Authority, you will likewise figure out which documents you need to submit exhaustively.

Please note: now and again, the settlement permit can be allowed under worked-on conditions.

This applies if you have a place with one of these gatherings:

  • Holders of an EU Blue Card

  • Graduates of studies or vocational training in Germany

  • Highly qualified

  • Self-employed

If you have a blue card EU, you can apply for a settlement permit by Section 18c, Paragraph 2 of the Residence Act. The accompanying prerequisites concern you:

You have been in a qualified job with contributions to the statutory pension insurance for something like 33 months.

You have fundamental information on German (level A1 of the Normal European Structure of Reference for Dialects (GER)). If the information on the German language at level B1 is demonstrated, the time is abbreviated from 33 to 21 months.

You have essential information on legal and social regulations in Germany. Generally speaking, this can be demonstrated by the life in Germany test.

You can demonstrate that you have adequate living space.

Have you finished your examinations or professional preparation in Germany? Unique arrangements for the settlement permit additionally concern you :

You have had a residence permit to work as a “specialist” for no less than two years ( residence permit according to §§ 18a, 18b or 18d AufenthG).

You have a job for which your capability qualifies you or which is proper to your qualification.

You have paid contributions to the statutory pension insurance for 24 months.

You have adequate information on the German language (level B1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (GER)) as well as fundamental information on legal and social order and the living conditions in Germany. As a rule, this can be proven by the Life in Germany test.

You can demonstrate that you have adequate living space.ā

In individual cases, profoundly qualified experts can get a settlement permit by Section 18c, Paragraph 3 of the Residence Act, without a prior minimum stay.

For instance, on the off chance that you are a researcher with unique expert information or an educator in a prominent position, you can get a settlement permit following entering Germany.

It is critical that you:

Give proof of academic training furthermore,

If the assumption is justified that you can integrate yourself into the living conditions in Germany and that your job is secured without government assistance.

It is ideal to assemble the necessary documents for the immediate issue of the settlement permit before your entry.

If you have a residence permit for self-employment by Section 21 of the Residence Act, you can apply for a settlement permit ( Section 21 (4 ) of the Residence Act ) after just three years. The following are the requirements for eligibility:

At the time of application, you have a valid residence permit for self-employment.

You want the planned independence to be effectively understood.

You can demonstrate that your livelihood and that of your relatives are permanently secured in Germany.

You can figure out which documents self-employed people need to apply for a settlement permit here.

Do you not have a place with any of the immigrant groups mentioned above? Visit the BAMF website to figure out how you might get a permanent residence permit to get in Germany.

Applying for a settlement permit is related to corresponding fees, which, in any case, shift between the different occupational groups. As a general rule, the expense of a settlement permit is 113 euros, for the self-employed, it is 124 euros, and exceptionally qualified individuals need to pay 147 euros for the application for a settlement permit.

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