Legalisation of sister of German national

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I have a brother in Germany. He's already German citizen. 

I was living for 17 years legally in two countries, first Poland then Portugal. 

I was sexually abused in 2016 and it made me mentally sick. Later Portugal kicked me out, because I was student. I couldn't be sick, seems like. 

I didn't go back to Ukraine, because I don't have any cultural ties there or friends. So I went to Spain hiding. It's first time I'm illegal, and about more than one year. I started loosing health, and in constant risk of abuse. 

I want to know if there is any way to legalize me in Germany through my brother, with some working contract, or any other info if you can tell please tell. I need to be close to my brother, because I'm frightened and weak. 

Here in Spain you have to wait 3 years for legalisation. 

I need more 1 year and 8 months. 

I'm hundry, sick and afraid. 

I prefer to go through learning a new language but be with my brother than to be alone in a country I know language. 

Hope someone can help me to find information. 

Thanks

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1 hour ago, cleopatraa said:

I want to know if there is any way to legalize me in Germany through my brother,

 

I'm sorry for your circumstances. German citizens may bring their family members to Germany. This is called "family reunion". However, as a rule this only applies to the spouse (or registered partner) and joint under-age children or, in the case of minors living in Germany, their parents. For siblings, this possibility only exists in cases of particular hardship:  Your brother should consult a lawyer in Germany who specialises in immigration law.

 

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with some working contract,

 

In order to be able to work in Germany, you must be able to do something that is in demand here and for which neither Germans nor EU citizens can be found. With a high qualification you can do this with the Blue Card. 

 

What can you do, what have you learned, what have you studied, do you have a degree?

 

1 hour ago, cleopatraa said:

 

Here in Spain you have to wait 3 years for legalisation. 

 

I'm sorry, but there are no such legalizations of illegals in Germany at all.

 

 

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