If you’re a fan of Korean food like me, use this list of Korean restaurants in Berlin to do a fun food tour of the city. Be sure to come back and share your reviews in the comments too. Tell us about your favorite dishes, if you found the food to be authentic, if the service was good, and more. 


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).


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.


SERS RA aids newcomers to Germany with matters like business and medical visas, residence permits, family reunification, self-employment visas, and more.

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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  • Cheryl Howard

    A Canadian in Berlin for 10+ years, I have the unique experience of moving to Berlin - not once, but twice. I’ve had five different visas and worked as both a freelancer and a permanent employee. As a longtime Berliner, career coach, and hiring manager, I write guides about living and working in Berlin, offer coaching sessions, and provide ways to get connected to a wider community. The combination of my personal and professional experience means I know exactly what it takes to move to Berlin and find work.

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