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Immigration

With the new Skilled Workers Immigration Act (Fachkräfteeinwanderungsgesetz), the framework for the immigration of qualified skilled workers from countries outside the EU to Germany was expanded as of March 01, 2020. Around the topic of skilled labor immigration, we are available to advise and support both companies and individuals on an international level.

We are your competent contacts when it comes to the EU Blue Card, the accelerated procedure for skilled workers according to
§ 81a AufenthG (German Residence Act), special regulations for IT specialists, entry for the purpose of looking for a job or training position, the ICT card (intra-corporate transfer) etc.

Cost-effectively and efficiently, we support you in carrying out the application procedures, including application preparation, document verification, and communication with the authorities.

In addition, we provide you with our legal expertise in all migration law matters. In particular, we provide fast, individual advice and representation vis-à-vis foreigners authorities and administrative courts in asylum proceedings.

Business immigration

Companies are increasingly responding to the shortage of skilled workers by recruiting foreign employees. The legal implementation in the area of labor and residence law is complex and often very individual. Bureaucratic hurdles can delay the deployment of a foreign employee in the company and, if disregarded, can result in serious risks or even penalties for companies.

The Business Immigration Department of RT & Partner advises clients on all issues of residence and labor law. Our attorneys have many years of experience and support our clients in hiring their employees in the most uncomplicated and expeditious manner, in compliance with all residence and labor law regulations.

We are the first point of contact for new employees and represent companies already abroad in the process of immigrating new employees to Germany.

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Private Immigration

Germany is currently experiencing an acute shortage of workers. There is a particular lack of trained specialists. However, the legal situation with regard to residence permits is very complex and it is almost impossible for laypersons to understand how to deal with the authorities. Early legal advice is imperative in order to avoid problems and delays.

Our Private Immigration practice area covers the entire range of immigration law issues for private individuals. We support our clients from their entry into the Federal Republic of Germany to naturalization. We represent you before German missions abroad as well as before authorities and courts.

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