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4 posts, 20:41 yesterday
Because you must have a minimum of two clients in order to be considered a freelancer, and no more than 83-85% of your freelance income (I can't remember the exact percentage) can come from a single…
2 posts, 11:24 yesterday
We are looking for recommendations for a baby photographer in Düsseldorf. Does anyone have any experience, any recommendations. Any idea if any of them are still working / available for a session in…
6 posts, 15 January
Well, Ruhezeit is normally 10pm-6am, so unless your building has different quiet times, you should be fine. I do sympathise with residents who may have put up with noise all day, and then their…
16 posts, 12 January
A few years and a city ago, I daily passed by a small stand-alone kiosk that had a small tented-off area attached directly to a side door, with a table and a few chairs under it. Meeting point for…
4 posts, 10 January
Apple allows it's products(which are not in demand) such as airpod to be sold by third party vendor. Even Aldi put sold it end of last year. But be assured that the product is original and brand new…
4 posts, 5 January
In my knowledge ,some govt institution is doing that with a fee. Auslanderbehoerde will direct you therr. You can try with an interpreted copy of your marriage certificate at first , may be they will…
13 posts, 5 January
"I can only ever see that working when both involved parties go to the lawyer, behave like adults and actually work together with said lawyer in a fair way that works for the two of them. All the…
9 posts, 31 December
Hello Eveyone, I just moved to Tübingen and I am interested in doing some outdoor activities and if possible with current situation meet new people. Any suggestion on how to join such groups will…
2 posts, 29 December
Hey Rosy! hit me up if you would like to connect! I live near Oberkassel and the trail along the river is perfect for a short walk. Also, there are a lot of expats events happening in DUS (outside…
34 posts, 29 December
He might have done it to get a building permit. A friend´s father started beekeeping for that reason. It allowed him to declare his weekend cottage on agricultural land a "Bienenwirtschaftsschupp...
31 posts, 28 December
Pretty sure they have been banned, yes, but Aldi didn't revise their Werbung and sent us all their Wochenangebote flyers with 5 pages devoted to fireworks! That might be confusing some people!
18 posts, 27 December
I will buy my next car with all possible assists related to parking. Sometimes I have to take a bus to get to the place where my wife could find a space where she can park comfortably. It took me…
3 posts, 23 December
Hello, I am vacating my apartment in Mannheim soon, and need to sell all my furniture. It was all bought new and has been barely used a year. I was hoping if there are any places where I…
9 posts, 22 December
Moin Josh My wife just got CELTA certified here in Heidelberg and would be interested in looking into this... do you know if they're active down here too? Mannheim Heidelberg area Gruss und…
4 posts, 21 December
What kind of bike is it / what's the brand? You need to keep in mind that with most brands, you'll loose any warranty if you perform work on the frame itself. With quite a few of them, that does…
9 posts, 21 December
hi there, i live in HD and have lived in M. MA is half the cost of living of M, easily. There are still cheap flats to be found there. There arent really any in HD anymore in places where…
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