THE BEST IMMIGRATION LAWYERS IN BERLIN
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HIRE AN IMMIGRATION LAWYER IN BERLIN
Use these top immigration lawyers in Berlin to help you with a number of matters from visa applications, to citizenship, family reunification, and more:
1) Anwaltssozietät Jurati
A small firm with four lawyers, Anwaltssozietät Jurati provides legal expertise to help you get a visa (freelance, employment, students), get citizenship/permanent residency, asylum and refugee applications, and more.
2) Law Office Grueneberg
Ernesto Grueneberg specializes in immigration law, assisting non-German residents with visas, long-term residency, as well as asylum and refugee applications (or other related issues).
3) SCHLUN & ELSEVEN
This firm helps newbies to Germany on a number of topics, including immigration. Whether you’re applying for a work visa like a Blue Card, hoping to get German citizenship, seeking help with family reunification matters, or looking to start a business in Germany, SCHLUN & ELSEVEN can assist you with the related legal process.
5) vpmk Attorneys at Law
This team of eight lawyers offers support in English, French, and Spanish. They offer support on a number of topics including residence permits, deportation matters, and marriages, as well as civil unions.
Have we missed any good immigration lawyers in Berlin? Drop a comment below and we’ll be sure to update our list.
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I need an assistance regarding immigration procedures. I have an EU long-term residence permit which also allows me to live and work in Germany but for over some time now they have been rejecting my application and not granting me the residence permit.
Please I will want you to contact me if there is any way you can render me assistance regarding this issue. Thank you
Hi Wilson! Thanks for your comment. 😊
As I’m not an immigration or visa expert, I suggest you contact any of the above lawyers for assistance. Good luck with your application. 🤞🏼
Hi i need germany working visa in factory area or hotel line pleased can you suggest me thankyou
Hi Tulsi – It’s very hard to dole out visa advice without knowing where you’re from as or if you’re in Germany already. Visa requirements differ depending on where you’re from, where you are currently, and of course, your qualifications from a professional and academic standpoint. As I am not a visa expert, I suggest contacting Because Berlin, a state funded project, who provides visa advice for free and in English. You can find more info here: https://www.because.berlin/
Good luck! 🙂
I’m requesting help with Resident Permit renewal,
Hi Jeff! For help getting your resident permit renewed, we recommend you contact one of the lawyers listed here. Alternatively, you can hire a relocation assistant to help you as well.
Best of luck.
Good day sir/madam
I am currently in Berlin looking for a help of immigration lawyer in the case of getting myself registered under 24th paragraph.
I am Marine Mattocks, Georgian citizen that lived past 20 years in Kharkov Ukraine. I now hold all sufficient documents proving that fact.
Have birth certificates of my kids born in Kharkov and papers proving that I applied for an Ukrainian permanent residence, and I was still in the process of having it approved.
I was refused registration by Tegel airport immigration due to not having any Ukrainian status at hand yet. Hoping that all other documents can help me prove my 20 years stay in Ukraine I will like to take my case further by the help of experienced immigration lawyer.
Hope to hear from you soon
I speak English (worked as English teacher in Ukraine) feel free to call me anytime.
Thank you for your time
Hi Marine! Unfortunately, we’re not immigration specialists and cannot help you with your visa. This is a list of lawyers who can potentially help you out. You’ll need to get in touch with them to find out more. You can also contact Because Berlin – their English-speaking team may be able to give you immigration advice. I wish you all the best and hope you’ll resolve your situation soon. ❤️