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  1.  Hello,   Refer to the attached extract from the following website- https://service.berlin.de/dienstleistung/324281/   Could you please let me know what does the following sentence mean? "Wenn der Antrag abgelehnt werden muss"   1) When the application is rejected by the authorities 2) When the application is withdrawn by the applicant   Thanks, Aman
  2. Hi Toytown folks, My wife and I (both from Turkey) have been resident in Germany with a residence title for more than 5 years. Currently, we are living in Stuttgart, and both have a fixed-term employment contract since we are working at universities in temporary projects. The contract of my wife will terminate on August 31, and she would like to apply for Niederlassungserlaubnis or Daueraufenthalt EU. Briefly, after finishing her Master’s degree in Germany, she has worked (in a job that relates to her studies) and paid into the federal pension fund for 2 years (and 3 months), and she has a B2 certificate. Unfortunately, she could not find a job here so far. Do you happen to know? What is the minimum contract duration and salary needed to obtain "Niederlassungserlaubnis" in her situation? Or can she apply directly even before finding a job, considering my earning (living together)? In case she cannot find a job by the end of this month, she can obtain spouse residence permit (I have a permit until 2021). But in this case, her residence permit status will also change (from “18 ABS 4 s1” to “spouse”). Do you happen to know, can she still keep her right to apply "directly" for Niederlassungserlaubnis after finding a job? She has also received a job offer from the Netherlands (for 1 year). If she starts working there, can she still keep her right to apply "directly" for Niederlassungserlaubnis after finding a job in Germany? Finally, in case she is currently eligible to apply and we couldn't find an appointment for Niederlassungserlaubnis (Stuttgart is very busy), can she apply for a Fiktionsbescheinigung (in the meantime) and hand in her "Niederlassungserlaubnis" application later? This has become really important part of our life. Thus, I would greatly appreciate your answers. Thanks a lot! Best, Kaan
  3. Dear Toytown community, After reading a lot in internet, and compiling the contradicting information out there, I am writing here today to request your help on the illusive topic of long term visas in Germany.I am working as a Physicist in Aschaffenburg and have received a Niederassungserlaubnis few days ago. However while getting this residence status I was told that if I stay outside of Germany more than six months in a year, this long term visa will expire. And these were the words of an official in the Burgeramt. On the other hand, I read in internet, that one has be in Germany once in six months to not loose this title. So this shall mean that if I start work in lets say, the US tomorrow , I would have to visit Germany once in six months to have my Niederlassugserlaubnis unaffected. Could you be so kind and share your knowledge on this query, what holds true here, more than six months, once in six months, or is there a grey line? Secondly, when can one apply for a Daueraufenthalt - EU? After five years of Blue card/ Niederlassungserlaubnis or after five years of stay in Germany (study visa included)? Grateful for you help! Verma