ilyann

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  1. Getting a loan and then leaving Germany

    When you take a loan you sign that you'll notify the bank about address changes. Also the bank has the right to cancel the loan (that is, require you to pay in back in a short time) all if there are material changes in your financial situation, so if I were you I'd discuss that with bank in advance to avoid any surprises. 
  2. You need to be living in the place you are registered, but it's not a requirement that you literally sleep there every night and this accommodates the "I am temporarily moving out of the country" scenario. For example, German students don't do the Abmeldung if they have an exchange year abroad.    My advice is to find a friend with a large house who can cheaply rent you a room, move in your things and register there.