Process to apply for Niederlassungserlaubnis when you have a blue card

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I have a EU Blue card and working as a software engineer in Heidelberg. If I apply for Niederlassungserlaubnis(Permanent Residency) after 33 months(German language proficiency not required), what all documents will I need at the Auslanderbehorde? By the way I have completed my A1 in Deutsch in 2015 from Goethe Institut.

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hello

 

the easiest way is to write an email to the auslanderbehorde from your residential city,since it can be slightly differences betwen every cities also personal cases.

for my case i need the working contract, renterversicherung payment proof for last two years ,certificate of Uni ,and the other regular docs like flat contract etc. but i do only have a normal working visa instead of Blue card.

 

hope this helps,

good luck.

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13 hours ago, swapnadip said:

I have a EU Blue card and working as a software engineer in Heidelberg. If I apply for Niederlassungserlaubnis(Permanent Residency) after 33 months(German language proficiency not required), what all documents will I need at the Auslanderbehorde? By the way I have completed my A1 in Deutsch in 2015 from Goethe Institut.

1. Work contract

2. 3months salary statement

3.33months pension contribution

You should carry other document like apartment contract if they are different from your submission for blue card.

 

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Yes your insurer, google for rentenversicherung. Go to their website and you can request the statement online. They will send it to you by post..

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Hi All,

 

To bump this post ---

 

Has anyone applied for a  Niederlassungserlaubnis recently in Munich? I have emailed and heard back that one can only make appts to get the permit via the muenchen.de website.

 

Funny thing is all appointments are booked for the next three months. Recently March opened up as an option to book, but all dates already gone. Anyone know any tips to get an appointment?

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You will need a bunch of documents.  You scan and email all of them with the application found on the Ausländerbehorde website:

  •  Application Document: http://www.berlin.de/formularserver/formular.php?86105
  • Copy of your passport
  • copy of blue card
  • paycheck stubs from the last 6 months
  • copy of health insurance card
  • rental contract
  • registration confirmation(Meldebestätigung)
  • Employment Contract (You cannot be in Probezeit, or have a job with an ending date.)
  • Pension Confirmation (Rentenversicherungsverlauf): use this website to get it: https://www.eservice-drv.de/SelfServiceWeb/
  • Proof of Employment: This MUST NOT be older than 14 days.  Request a "Arbeitgeber-Bescheinigung" from your employer.
  • B1 Certificate Deutsch (only needed if you are applying between 21 and 33 months)
  • When you arrive at the office on the day of your appointment you'll need to supply one biometric photo (35mm x 45mm)

 

Time frame for a response to your email is 2-12 weeks.  The response will give you an appointment, which will be may be 4 or more weeks out. 

 

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2 hours ago, grulix said:

You will need a bunch of documents.  You scan and email all of them with the application found on the Ausländerbehorde website:

  •  Application Document: http://www.berlin.de/formularserver/formular.php?86105
  • Copy of your passport
  • copy of blue card
  • paycheck stubs from the last 6 months
  • copy of health insurance card
  • rental contract
  • registration confirmation(Meldebestätigung)
  • Employment Contract (You cannot be in Probezeit, or have a job with an ending date.)
  • Pension Confirmation (Rentenversicherungsverlauf): use this website to get it: https://www.eservice-drv.de/SelfServiceWeb/
  • Proof of Employment: This MUST NOT be older than 14 days.  Request a "Arbeitgeber-Bescheinigung" from your employer.
  • B1 Certificate Deutsch (only needed if you are applying between 21 and 33 months)
  • When you arrive at the office on the day of your appointment you'll need to supply one biometric photo (35mm x 45mm)

 

Time frame for a response to your email is 2-12 weeks.  The response will give you an appointment, which will be may be 4 or more weeks out. 

 

 

Thanks for the response and info! Can I ask though, have you had success with this process in Munich or is this from another city (one of the links above is from Berlin)?

 

When I emailed the Munich KVR they made no mention of being able to send in the documents via email and get an appointment this way (nor do I see it on the website as an option). I would be very happy to send them all the information via email and wait for an appointment, but wanted to ask if this has worked in Munich specifically?

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