Living In Germany - A Home For Expats
healthcare system in Germany

The healthcare system in Germany is excellent, but the familiarity with the substructure is one of the most important checkboxes you need to tick in your relocation checklists before planning that move. This helpful guide will cover the basic information you need about the healthcare system in Germany. Overview of the healthcare system in GermanyHealth insurance in GermanyHealthcare costs in ...

Wondering which desserts to try in Germany? Here is the list of German delicious desserts that you should definitely try. Germans have great love and respect for sweet treats combined with a passion for local and seasonal ingredients. Enjoying various kitchen with afternoon coffee or tea is a deeply ingrained cultural practice and the overall daily lives of the people ...

tax id

The tax ID (Steueridentifikationsnummer) is a tax identification number. This series of numbers is assigned to a person permanently and is recognized as the national standard. Every employer asks for a Tax ID in Germany and every resident's earnings are subject to a basic tax allowance, including researchers and scientists coming from abroad. Worried about how to get one? Let's ...

Once you decided to move to Germany, the next vital part is finding accommodation in Germany. Before finding it, it's also important to know the terminologies. Zimmer - room 2 Zimmer Apartment - In some cities, the living room also considered a room. 2 Zimmer apartment means 1 bedroom, 1 living room, and of course the bathroom and kitchens are ...

frankfurt

Germany is a favorite with travelers from all over the world. A destination that presents you with a wealth of tradition and leaves you with everlasting impressions. Germany is a beautiful country and one of the largest countries in Europe by population and area. Here are the 5 best cities in Germany to live and work Berlin: Berlin is one ...

Germany is one of the most powerful countries in the world. There is a lot of facts in Germany, home of more than 80 million people diversified in different ethnic groups. We will talk about the top 6 in this post. Punctuality: Germans are very punctual and expect others to be. They always make it on time or 10-15 mins ...

Tax Class

Moving to Germany from another country and to work have to go through a lot of formalities and it is also important to know which income tax class you belong to. Before that, make sure you have Tax Id All employees are classified into tax categories for the wage tax deduction (Einkommensteuer). The income tax is paid to the government ...

Residence Registration

One of the most common words you hear in Germany is Anmeldung also Registration. In this post, we will talk about the Residence Registration/City Registration that has to be done after your arrival in Germany. If you are planning to stay for more than 3 months in Germany, you need to register yourself as a resident within 2 weeks of ...

The aim of the Blue Card is to make it easier for workers to come to Germany without having to go through the bureaucratic demands of regular visa applications. However, there are some advantages and disadvantages Advantages of Blue Card: The Blue Card/work permit can be issued for up to 3/4 yearsA permanent residence permit (Niederlassungserlaubnis) can be obtained after ...