Visa Procedure & Documents



07

Feb'19

Is it Worth Coming on Job Seekers Visa, Germany?

Every individual wants to have a smooth and secure career with a decent salary, but sometimes finding a suitable job according to your priorities becomes a herculean task, especially if you are trying to find a job in foreign countries. Countries like Germany, USA, Canada, UK, New Zealand, and Denmark offer a special “Job Seekers Visa” to job aspirants from different countries. It is helpful for those who are unable …

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27

Jan'19

MD Homoeopathy in Germany opens the door to Lucrative Career Opportunities

Germany is the paradise of education for international students, especially the medical students who seek to receive the medicinal knowledge from the best Universities.  Apart from the hundreds of Colleges in different disciplines, Germany is also home to notable homoeopathic medical colleges. German medicines are the best researched and widely acclaimed medications that pass through various rounds of research and investigation before they are approved to be prescribed by the …

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25

Dec'18

Germany Job Seeker Visa 2019

If you are seeking cross-cultural experiences and wish to pursue a career in your field of interest in a foreign country, Germany might just be there on your list.  It has tons of industries which are growing exponentially every single day. With this immense growth ratio, Germany is looking out for skilled professionals. They are offering well-paid jobs to those who deserve it, be it be a foreign candidate or …

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25

Apr'18

6 Top Reasons that Could Get Your German Student Visa Rejected

Preparing your student visa application is a lengthy and stressful process. You go through several procedures and at the end you have no guarantee that you will be granted the visa. No matter how many documents you submit or how well you think your visa interview went, there is always a chance that the embassy will reject you. The application procedure to get to the point where you get a response from …

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07

Nov'17

Guide to Funding Your Post-Graduate Studies Abroad

Funding your graduate program (Master’s degree) abroad could be a significant financial investment. However, international students have a wide range of options to cover the costs of a Master’s degree abroad – assistantships, scholarships, bank loan, sponsorships. In this post, we will talk about the potential ways to fund your studies for a grad school abroad. Potential Ways to Fund your Studies for Grad School    Grad school debt can affect …

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20

Oct'17

India IIT Master-Sandwich-Programme (IIT) in association with DAAD

The scholarships offer students from Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT) the opportunity to complete a project work as part of their master’s thesis under the guidance of a German professor at one of the TU9 technical universities. Who can apply? Students from Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT) in the 2nd semester of their 2 year Master’s programme or 4th Semester of their 3 year master’s programme or in the 8th …

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21

Sep'17

Education Loans for Indian Students to Study Abroad

As the trend of studying abroad is getting more and more popular among the Indian students, the financing part remains a major concern among the students and parents. In this post, I am going to discuss the leading loan providers in India for higher education abroad. Besides, get to know some of the important facts about the education loans for Indian students to study abroad. The number of Indian students opting …

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14

Sep'17

Sample Cover Letter For German Student Visa

As discussed in the previous post, you need to have a Cover letter for German Student Visa which you need to send along with the application so that the Visa Department gets a clear idea about your application. So here’s a sample Cover letter for German Student Visa. Sample Cover Letter Format To The German Consulate,<City name> From<Your name>,<City name> Date: Jan 01, YYYY Respected Sir/Madam, Subject: Application for German National Visa …

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14

Sep'17

Germany Student Visa Documents Checklist

Germany nowadays is becoming one of the most preferred nation to Study abroad by the students and there is a high rise of the applicants of the Germany Student Visa. There are several advantages of studying in Germany such as low tuition fees, part time jobs,  Good job opportunities after you complete your Masters, Good International Exposure etc. Germany Student Visa Documents Checklist Here’s the list of Documents required for applying to …

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17

May'17

How to Change Name in Passport After GRE

I have read all your posts and I am happy to see that information on this crucial topic is available. But still my problem is little different. I have my name on the passport as Meenu only and no surname. My father’s name is PXXXX RXX. I have already given GRE and TOEFL with the name MEENU MEENU. on all my degree certificates my name is MEENU only. If now …

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11

May'17

FAQ’s on Working in Germany for International Students

Finding a job after graduation Is it easier to find a job with a master’s degree or with a doctoral degree? This depends on the job you are looking for. If you want to work in research, for example in natural sciences, a doctoral degree is recommended. But for both holders of master’s and doctoral degrees there are many job opportunities. Regarding jobs and studies in Germany, is it mandatory …

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06

Apr'17

Checklist of Visa Document for Interview

This is Checklist which is provided by the Chennai Consulate during Visa Interview. Sr. No. Document 1. Application form 2. Declaration form 3. Visa DD form 4. Passport Xerox 5. Admission Letter 6. Degree Certificate and Mark sheet 7. 10th and 12th Certificate and Mark sheet 8. Experience letter 9. TOEFL & GRE score 10. Deutsche Bank statement 11. Affidavit of Sponsorship 12. CA Statement 13. Photo ID’s of Sponsors …

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06

Apr'17

Germany Job Seeker Visa

Overview Germany job seeker visa is for foreign national who intend to work in Germany. The visa allows them for a continuous stay and job search in Germany for 6 months. Germany job seeker visa ( long or short term ) is a temporary residence permit.   Features of Job Seeker Visa Temporary residence permit or job search permit of 6 months If you get a job in 6 months, …

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06

Apr'17

Documents Required for Visa Extension in Germany

This Post is Regarding the Documents to Bring for Visa Extension to your Auslanderbehorde Office. If You Cannot Attend Your Scheduled Appointment , Please Call Well in Advance and make a New Appointment-Face Meeting Without an Appointment is Not Possible. In your face meeting , I ask you , in addition to this letter , to bring the Following Documents in Original and Copy of Each : 1) Valid Passport  …

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06

Apr'17

Translation of Documents to German Language

Important Note on Translation  All the translations should be on an A4 paper. Translations need not be on any letter head, they need not be on a stamp paper, they need not carry the signature of the bank manager or any other authority and no need to get it authorized by a Notary. Get the translations done on a plain A4 paper that’s it!! If required, put your signature and …

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06

Apr'17

What to do if your German Student Visa is delayed

Solution for VISA delays authored by an aspirant Please learn from my failure : THM university enrollment closed for me for this year due to my visa delay My visa interview was on 18th August,2014, Even today I did not get visa ) What to do instead of just waiting for visa to speed up ? 1. Contact (Mail and Call) Immigration office responsible for your destination place 2. Request …

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03

Apr'17

Additional Information on opening a Student Blocked Account

This document is in regard to apply for opening a Block Account and how to Process for VISA What is Blocked Account (Sperrkonto)  A Blocked Account (Sperrkonto) is required if you are planning on financing your studies yourself. You will have to deposit a minimum of EURO 8040 in a blocked account in a bank in Germany and you can only withdraw a maximum of EURO 670,- per month. (Check the exact amount from …

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03

Apr'17

Questions about opening a blocked account

Where do I send the forms to open the account? Once you have completed the forms and they have been authenticated by the embassy, please send them (in original) to: Deutsche Bank Privat und Geschaeftskunden AG Service Center Hamburg / Auslaendische Studenten Alter Wall 53 Deutschland/Germany How long will it take to open the account? It normally takes a week for an account to be opened. As we receive a …

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03

Apr'17

Sample DB Student Blocked Account Form

1. Send a mail request for an account opening form to this address [email protected] 2. Take a print out and fill the form. 3. Book an appointment with your regional German Consulate for attestation of the A/C opening form. You will also be required to attach a copy of the data pages of you passport with the form for attestation. Carry you original passport also. 4. After you get the …

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03

Apr'17

Opening Block Account in DB Germany

1) Visit Nearest Deutsche Bank – Take photocopy of ur passport and admission letter and 4 photos …. Either open savings account with them worth 1 lac savings or 1 lac FD and then they will process your documents for free and you will get Ur block account opened in 2-4 days …. Then do remittance in your block account via DB India …. They will ask u to fill up …

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