Immigration lawyers, residence visa issues etc.

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28 minutes ago, mujeeb748 said:

any one know what is the critaria of investment visa of Germany for pakistani

what is minimum investment invest here for applying visa

 

1 million Euros. :D

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Just now, mujeeb748 said:

thnx

thnx so much

 

can any one investe outside germany in germany.and also have some minimum or maximum limit there

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The investment visa is designed to attract entrepreneurs - you have to invest at least €1m and create 10 new jobs in Germany. It's not sufficient to e.g. buy €1m worth of shares in an existing company.

 

If you're genuinely seeking to set up a new business here then you really need to engage a specialist lawyer. You're not going to get the kind of detailed information you need from TT.

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Avoid "alexander von englehardt". Via my multiple experience and proof regarding my daughter, he's unreliable, not trust worthy, nervous, missed important appointments without giving notice, and is seriously disorganized. he also strangely, demands "cash" payment at office visits which iis quite shady and not providing a receipt unless you ask multiple times.

 

 

On 7/10/2008, 11:29:02, rj24 said:

this guy's good, american born and speaks both fluent english and german, alexander baron von englehardt:

 

http://www.vonengelhardt.com/

 

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On 7/11/2008, 5:15:31, RevImmigrant said:

I second Baron von Englehardt. He's good, English like a native speaker and he's friendly to boot.

 

I arranged a meeting with Alexander Baron von Engelhardt based on this post and found his advice satisfactory. That being said I would not recommend his services or hire him again as his character is unpleasant and his attitude is bizarrely argumentative and curt. Clearly this has been a problem as the first thing on his website is a section called "How to Understand Alexander." Rather than try to "understand" his complete lack of professional courtesy I suggest you do as I plan to do and find another lawyer. A good selection of Berlin immigration lawyers can be found here: Best Immigration Law in Berlin

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i know this thread is a little old, but i found the name of katja ponert (https://www.vpmk.de/en/katja-ponert) from this website and have used her for several consultations.  she is efficient, professional, helpful, and very friendly.  i continue to use her services as necessary and highly recommend her to others.

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My experience with the lawyer Alexander Baron von Englehardt was awful. He accepted a retainer via PayPal, didn't do the work assigned, gave terrible (completely wrong) advice based carelessly on his misunderstanding of German law, sought to be paid again to do the work previously agreed, and refused to issue a refund having never attended to the actual assignment (easily referenced in writing). Total waste of time and money.

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I second the advice AGAINST Jonathan Burmeister.   I hired him a few years ago to get my residence permit and it was such an unpleasant experience I wouldn’t wish on anyone.  He was extremely rude and never took my questions seriously, mocking me as if my questions were insignificant.  He’s certainly not the kind of person you would like to have by your side when you’re already distressed and visiting the Ausländerbehörde.  He was constantly sarcastic  but would immediately change to this faux sympathetic persona when talking about payments.  He proved to be useless in the end.  I did get my residence permit but I would’ve easily gotten it on my own.  The official at the  Ausländerbehörde even returned his documents because he didn’t sign the Power of Attorney, which was practically his only job.  I would never recommend this person to anyone.  I still get the creeps when I remember him.

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42 minutes ago, eggsando said:

Jonathan Burmeister

Do you mean this guy in Berlin?

 

I don't know him, but he's got an interesting mix of focus areas.  My guess is he doesn't evenly split his practice in those three areas, but he feels that he is competent in all of them.  I encourage anyone hiring a lawyer for anything to find someone more specialized in whatever area of law is at issue than he appears to be.

 

and if he can't spell "tenancy" right in his main English language advertisement, that's something to consider too.

 

 

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