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.

4) SERS RA

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 who’s been living in Berlin for 10 years, Cheryl’s moved here not once, but twice. During her time in Berlin, she’s had five different visas and worked as both a freelancer and permanent employee for a number of Berlin companies. She even managed to find a new job during the pandemic. That said, Cheryl knows what it takes to move to Berlin and find work.

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