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9 posts, 21:38 yesterday
My daughter also did full time Ausbildung from Anna Freud Schule. Everything was in German and though she had C1 in German from Goethe, still she had difficulty initially to cope up with the special…
7 posts, 17 September
My relatives had all their information on paper, the only drawback is the results for the PCR test being sent be email. If you have access to a PC or Laptop this isn't an issue though. Just need to…
2,313 posts, 15 September
Call Tesla service, they have it there. Or even better, drive there and talk with the guys. I bought a complete kit with Felgen. In my case it's a 5 minute drive, and on the way home, that's why I…
4 posts, 14 September
offene-werkstaetten.org/... Look there for the werkstatt nearby with the tools/machines you require. We have a local one here in Munich/Bavaria (where everything is better) that has all the…
9 posts, 12 September
You can try contacting the Fachaufsicht and tell them you want to file a Fachaufsichtsbeschwerde:... arbeitsagentur.de/vor-or... You might want to also get a copy of your Versicherungsverlauf…
48 posts, 10 September
Yep. As already mentioned, life insurance companies and pension funds have people employed to find ways to deny claims. I wouldn't be surprised if it's SOP in the case of divorcees who remarry to…
18 posts, 1 September
Returning to Germany from the UK I did not need to quarantine. The reason stated that it is not necessary as I am fully vaccinated. I also did not need to take any test. I just needed to fill in the…
1 posts, 27 August
Hi, I have gotten married in India and have been married for 3 years living in Germany with my ex-husband. My husband and I are separated since past 1.5 months. He has moved out of the apartment. Do…
8 posts, 27 August
I do care because I use them from time to time in a responsible way. I guess I'm not the only one here, I'm just sharing some information not making advertisement, there's no need to be so rude. The…
109 posts, 26 August
You could jave just changed the appointment for the same day, there are so many free appointments in Berlin at the moment that you can get one for the next hour. But your exchange with that…
10 posts, 25 August
My only experience was in Frankfurt where I was asked for my ID and was told that I'd have to pay. Whatever, it's only 19.99euro per test. Then I have to book my Day 2 test at the rip-off joints…
4 posts, 24 August
I just joined the KSK, but was recently using the Expat Health policy from feather-insurance.... until I joined. I never had any issues with them. it was 72€ a month with a 25€ deductible. I…
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