Below we will consider the main methods of immigration to Germany for immigrants from Russia, Ukraine and other countries of the former Soviet Union
a) the process of processing documents is very lengthy (lasts up to several years)
b) the living conditions in the process of processing documents (hostel) leave much to be desired,
c) you do not have the right to work during processing of documents,
d) it is not known whether your application will be approved or if deportation to your homeland awaits you until the consideration of documents is finished.
Method No. 5. Family reunion. A proven and reliable method of immigration is marriage or a registered partnership with a German citizen or a person entitled to a permanent residence in Germany. According to German law, spouses in same-sex marriages and partnerships have the same rights as traditional families, and also receive the right to immigrate to Germany. If the newly-married spouse has minor children, he/she also has the right to take them with him/her to Germany. The spouse of a German citizen can apply for a permanent residence permit after 3 years of marriage and then to obtain a German internal passport.
Method No. 7. Jewish immigration. Jews from the countries of the former USSR (except the Baltic countries) have the right to immigrate to Germany and obtain permanent residence if they have not previously resettled to a permanent place of residence in another country (for example, Israel or Canada). It’s enough for immigration if only one of your parents is Jewish, and it doesn’t matter if it is mother or father. (For those persons who was born after 1991 it is enough to have one Jewish grandfather or grandmother). A prerequisite is the presence of old documents (issued before 1991) where in the column “nationality” is listed “Jew”. If you were born after 1991, then this may be an old document from your parents or grandparents. Elementary knowledge of the German language is also required (Certificate A1 and higher level issued by Goethe Institute). Upon arrival in Germany Jewish immigrants receive a permanent residence permit (Niederlassungserlaubnis) and can apply for social benefits.
Each of possible methods of immigration is a large-scale and serious bureaucratic procedure requiring a huge amount of time, special knowledge and experience in the implementation of such processes. First of all you should be meticulously acquainted with all the legislative nuances that matter in your case. But the most effective way to immigrate to Germany in a short time is to seek the professional help of Blue Card Agency specialists who have extensive experience in arranging immigration to Germany. Our prices will pleasantly surprise you.