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Expat in Germany

Expat or new in Germany

Moving on to new pastures. Viewing change as a chance.

Those preparing to live abroad are always surrounded by a sense of excitement. The thought of making a new start elsewhere or taking the next step in your career may at first beckon alluringly to you. At the same time, you may be plagued by a few doubts.

Will I be able to find my way in the new country?

What about my family and friends who remain at home?
Will I get along with my new co-workers in the new company?

In some instances, your personal circumstances will change considerably. The decision whether or not to take your partner and/or family influences the course of events every bit as your motivation does.

Is this your own decision or are you being sent abroad as an expat to Germany by your employer?

Do you have a German partner or spouse and who is returning to her/his home country?

The clearer you are about your reasons for your decision to move abroad and the goals you hope to achieve, the easier it is for you to make the necessary preparations – and they are not few!

We will assist you from the start to ensure a soft landing in your new host country. Moving to new pastures often forces you to make changes in old habits and in your day-to-day life. That is why people say that even the longest journey begins with the first step.

What can we do for you?

As an expat in Germany your everyday life will change, which will possibly lead to questions, uncertainty about your situation in Germany and fears. Planning and departure should be good organized.

 

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