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  1. Pension payments and the Niederlassungserlaubnis

    ​Thanks for the clarification.  You are correct about the sentence still being on the Berlin website, but I don't think that will be accepted by the Auslaenderamt in Karlsruhe.  I also wonder what the legal definition of "Familienangehörige" is, as I suspect it includes parents and dependents rather than spouses. I think the following bit of Section 28 still means the pension payments apply though, right?  I didn't see anything about an exception for spouses. § 9 Absatz 2 Satz 2 bis 5 gilt entsprechend.
  2. Pension payments and the Niederlassungserlaubnis

    ​Upon reading the original Berlin document, it seems this guidance has been removed.  Additionally, here is the law on Niederlassungserlaubnisse:  http://www.gesetze-im-internet.de/aufenthg_2004/__9.html Note number (3): (3) Bei Ehegatten, die in ehelicher Lebensgemeinschaft leben, genügt es, wenn die Voraussetzungen nach Absatz 2 Satz 1 Nr. 3, 5 und 6 durch einen Ehegatten erfüllt werden. Von der Voraussetzung nach Absatz 2 Satz 1 Nr. 3 wird abgesehen, wenn sich der Ausländer in einer Ausbildung befindet, die zu einem anerkannten schulischen oder beruflichen Bildungsabschluss oder einem Hochschulabschluss führt. Satz 1 gilt in den Fällen des § 26 Abs. 4 entsprechend. As far as I understand, this means the spouse can fulfil the requirements of numbers 3 (pension payments), 5 (employment allowed) and 6 (not sure what this means).  So this means a Beamte(r) spouse can't fulfil number 3, because they don't make pension payments. Anyone care to disagree?  I would love to be wrong here.
  3. Pension payments and the Niederlassungserlaubnis

    ​Hi kaffeemitmilch. Are you able to show me the rule or law which states this?  The Auslaenderamt generally seems to not know what the rules are, so any information from you would be greatly appreciated.  My spouse is a Beamte, so I'm not sure if this affects things.