Wise Gorilla

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  1. Permanent residence permit (Blue Card)

    @LukeSkywalker Unfortuinatly i don't have an IT certificate but i already work for that german company remotly for the past 4 years and it's the same company that i'm going to work in when move to Germany, So do you think that an experiance certificate from that company in adition to other experiance certificates/recommendation letters from other clients from EU and US can elemenate the need for the relevant academic degree and makes me eligable to apply for the blue card?
  2. Hello, I'm a non-EU multimedia designer/developer with 2d/3d design skills and web programming. I'm about to get a contract from a company based in Munich which I already work for remotely from my country for several years. The contract salary is going to be 46,000 Euro/year, My university degree doesn't match my working field since my degree is BA in history, However i can get several recommendation/experience letters from my past clients, so in this situation i'm wondering if i'm eligible to apply for a bluecard giving the above mentioned salary, education and skill set or it's a must in my situation to have a contract with a salary above 55,200? Since i have multiple skills and work on several types so i'm wondering what is the best job title that i can have in my contract to increase my chances to get the blue card?
  3. Permanent residence permit (Blue Card)

    Hello, I'm a non-EU multimedia designer/developer with 2d/3d design skills and web programming. I'm about to get a contract from a company based in Munich which I already work for remotely from my country for several years. The contract salary is going to be 46,000 Euro/year, My university degree doesn't match my working field since my degree is BA in history, However i can get several recommendation/experience letters from my past clients, so in this situation i'm wondering if i'm eligible to apply for a bluecard giving the above mentioned salary, education and skill set or it's a must in my situation to have a contract with a salary above 55,200?
  4. Hello, I'm a non-EU freelance 2d/3d graphic designer, I'm wondering if I should apply for a Freelance or Self-employed visa? and in case I got a freelance visa then would it take 3 or 5 years to be able to apply for PR?
  5. I'm a freelance graphic designer from outside EU and i do work for a German company and to many other EU and non-EU companies, I did some research but there are still some points that are still unclear for me and would appreciate if someone can help me answering it. 1- Am I eligible to apply for a self-employed permit, and is it much hardier  to get the self-employed permit compared to the freelance permit? 2- If I got the freelance permit can I change it later to a self-employed permit and register my advertising agency so I can get the PR in 3 years instead of 5? 3- If I changed the the permit to self-employed after living in Germany on a freelance permit for 2 years, Will I be able to get the PR after a year from the permit change or I will have to stay for the full period (3 years)? 4- I can get many recommendation letters from my previous clients as well as a letters of intent and an actual freelance contract from a German company, so Is it still a must to have an academic degree or a diploma in Graphic design (I learned my profession as a self study).
  6. Is tax free allowance deductable?

    I have read on this page that if my income is above the tax free allowance limif tgen thd taxable income would be (revenue - tax free allowance) .. so if my income is 40k/year then after deducting 9k tax free allowance would be $31. Im wondering if that's true. https://kontist.com/posts/calculating-income-tax-self-employed/