German search year/ orientation year work permit upon graduation?


fazal12

Hi,

I was wondering whether after completing the EULISP programme and getting your dual degree LLM from Hannover, one can apply for a job search year in Germany (as a non-EU citizen)?

I know that it is a standard norm to get a 1.5 year visa, but just wanted to know if there is no bar with this degree (since one semester is abroad).

[Edited by fazal12 on Jul 19, 2018]

Hi,

I was wondering whether after completing the EULISP programme and getting your dual degree LLM from Hannover, one can apply for a job search year in Germany (as a non-EU citizen)?

I know that it is a standard norm to get a 1.5 year visa, but just wanted to know if there is no bar with this degree (since one semester is abroad).
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chicken so...

You should be able to apply for an 18-month residency visa, if can show that you have the means to support yourself during that time.

You should be able to apply for an 18-month residency visa, if can show that you have the means to support yourself during that time.
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romad

You should be able to apply for an 18-month residency visa, if can show that you have the means to support yourself during that time.
 

This is an old post and its definitely an information that should be learnt from officials but, i couldnt find it in regulations so do you happen to know how much it need to be shown?

[quote]You should be able to apply for an 18-month residency visa, if can show that you have the means to support yourself during that time. [/quote]&nbsp;<br><br>This is an old post and its definitely an information that should be learnt from officials but, i couldnt find it in regulations so do you happen to know how much it need to be shown?
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ddd123456

You should be able to apply for an 18-month residency visa, if can show that you have the means to support yourself during that time.
 

This is an old post and its definitely an information that should be learnt from officials but, i couldnt find it in regulations so do you happen to know how much it need to be shown?


As far as I know you have to show your blocked account around 10k euro but every year they change the amount of money 

[quote][quote]You should be able to apply for an 18-month residency visa, if can show that you have the means to support yourself during that time. [/quote]&nbsp;<br><br>This is an old post and its definitely an information that should be learnt from officials but, i couldnt find it in regulations so do you happen to know how much it need to be shown? [/quote]<br><br>As far as I know you have to show your blocked account around 10k euro but every year they change the amount of money&nbsp;
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