Skilled Migration in Germany
Germany is one of the most advanced and strongest country in the world. Germany is also having the fastest declining population in the world. About 20% of the population out of a total of 8.2 crores are foreign born and the number of foreigners will keep on increasing. As per present estimates Germany is having skills shortage of 400,000 people just to replenish the population. This is more than what Canada and New Zealand take every year. German government has started attracting talented and skilled people in the world to make Germany their new home.
Germany is a leader in many industries. Some famous brand names are Audi, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Volkswagen, Porsche, Siemens, Puma, Adidas, DHL, Lufthansa, Bayer, BASF, Henkel, SAP, Allianz, Deutsche Bank, Linde, Rewe, Lidl and many others.
To assist you in a successful relocation to Germany, we provide end-to-end solutions. As the main language in Germany is German, you will have to learn German. The language levels are A1, A2, B1, B2, C1 and C2. Each level requires 100 – 140 hours of learning. The more you learn, the better for you as you will be able to integrate in Germany smoothly with your family.
Cost Of Living
|1 Person||2 Person||3 Person||4 Person|
|500 – 600 euros||900 – 1,000 euros||1,200 – 1,300 euros||1,500 – 1,600 euros|
Income Tax Rates
|Income:||1 – 9,408||9,409 – 57,050||57,051 – 270,500||270,501 & above|
Work In Germany – Option 1
We have placements available for the following sectors. Once you are placed, your qualification is assessed as equivalent to German qualifications. If they are considered equivalent, then German government will issue a work permit and then you have to apply for a visa in the local consulate. Once your visa is approved and go to Germany and settle down, you can invite your spouse and children to Germany. If your qualification is not considered equivalent, you will be asked transferred to Option 3. Spouse can work full time and children will get free education from 1st standard onwards. Spouse will need to learn German at least up to Level A 2. Higher the language levels the better the job levels and proper integration in the country.
- Minimum Bachelor degree in the following areas
- Age – 18 – 45 years
Language Requirement & Salary Range
|Level||B 1 – B 2||A 2||A 2 – B 2||B 1 – B 2||C 1|
|Salary (euros)||1,700 – 2,500||3,000 – 5,000||3,000 – 5,000||2,000 – 3,000||4,000 – 5,000|
Work In Germany – Option 2
- Qualification: Std. XII / Polytechnic / Degree students and graduates
- AGE: 18 – 28 years
- Language Level : German language of B1 level
5 -6 months
Hospitality, Retail, Bakery / Pastry, Caregivers, Banking, Insurance, Admin, Engineering, IT, etc. Totally 300 + occupations
2 -3 Years
3-4 days work and 1-2 days classroom based lectures i.e. work and study.
- Earn Euros 600 – 1,000 per month depending on the vocation. Employer may also offer free accommodation and free meals for those who are offered earnings at the lower range.
- 24 paid vacation days.
- There may be variations dependent upon the individual employer and this will be detailed in the offer letter.
- This placement can lead to higher education to Bachelors and Masters and long term employment.
- Candidate can get two year work permit and apply for permanent residency with much higher salary and pension benefits.
- Candidate can work 10 hours / week additionally.
Work In Germany – Option 3
- Minimum Bachelor / Master degree in all the remaining areas
- Age – 21 – 35 years
- Language Level : C 1
Under this option, employers will recruit candidates for the long term and also train and up skill the candidates. Employers will initially pay a salary of 1,000 – 1,500 euros and also pay the tuition fees to up skill the candidate for a duration of 12 – 18 months. After up skilling, the employer will employ you full time and your starting salary will be 2,500 – 4,000 euros.
- Lectures 0
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 50 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 0
- Assessments Yes