German Permanent Residence

German Permanent Residence

£800.00

Buy Registered German permanent residence documents online. The Italian residence permit (German: Aufenthaltstitel) is a document issued to non-EU citizens living in Germany).

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German Permanent Residence

Buy Registered German permanent residence documents online. The Italian residence permit (German: Aufenthaltstitel) is a document issued to non-EU citizens living in Germany).. Prior to 1 September 2011, residence permits and additional provisions were affixed to pages inside the passport (in sticker form Today, residence permits are issued as ID-1 (credit card size) plastic cards and the additional provisions are printed on a separate sheet of paper(zusatzblatt zum aufenthaltstitel),

German Permanent Residence so that residents have to possess up to three different documents: a passport from their country of citizenship, their residence permit, and the supplementary sheet (if applicable). Carrying passports and residence cards is only compulsory when crossing borders.

We’ll provide German Permanent Resident card with additional paper document, German VISA, German health insurance card, Driver’s licence(if required), Deutsch language test certificate and working permit German Permanent Residence

You can find all necessary information to place an order for documents below:

Your surname:
Your given names:
Your sex (M or F):
Your date of birth:
Your place of birth (city and country):
Your passport number:
Your address (optional):
Your photo in digital format (color, white background, high resolution):
Written signature in digital format (black ink, white background, high resolution):
Any additional information (Height, Weight, Color of eyes)German Permanent Residence

A German residence permit allows you to stay in Germany for a more extended period than only 90 days. During that time, you can study, work, or engage in other activities in the country.

But how do you know whether you need a residence permit? Except for people from EU countries, Switzerland, Norway, Iceland, and Lichtenstein, all other foreign nationals need a residence permit to stay in Germany for more than 90 days.

Many foreign nationals will have to apply for the residence permit for Germany from their home countries or get a Schengen visa to enter Germany for 90 days. For some countries, though, it is possible to enter Germany without a visa during those first 90 days and apply for a residence permit from inside the country.

Visit the Do I need a Visa for Short Stays in Germany to determine whether you can go into the country without a Schengen Visa.

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