I have a few questions about German immigration law , can any one please assist me Thanks
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Dear Customer,how can I help you ?
I am a Pakistani national living in UK on a T1 General visa &my girlfriend is an Azeri national living in Germany, I would like to visit her without the need for applying for a Schengen visa each time I need to go. My questions are1) What is the complete list of documents I need to submit from my visa aplication?2) What documents does my girlfriend need to obtain in order to support my application so that I can obtain a German Schengen visa with multiple entry and what is the cost of getting this document?3) Can I enter Germany via another Shengen state after getting my visa e.g by car via France, Netherlands or Belgium4) Can I leave for UK from another Shengen sate (e.g by car/plane via France, Neatherlands or Belgium) on my way back.
Do you want to stay for 90 days or more
More than 18 years of experience in practicing law
Both Can you please tell me the procedure on either instances
Dear Customer,certainly:First you have to go to the German embassy where you normally reside.You have to ge there in personYou have to pay 60 EurosIt is best to phone them first and ask them what kind of paperwork they demand because that may vary.You will get a form in the language of your country whcih you have to fill in.You have to have a reason why you want to travelYou have to agree to leave the Schengen states before your visa expiresYou have to have sufficient financial meansyou have to have health insurance for the Schengen statesIf you want to stay longer than 3 months the foreign office in Germany has to agreeThis may last up to 3 months.There is also a special form to fill inWith a Schengen visum you can move freely in the Schengen statesI hope I was able to helpThank you
can you pleases answer point number 2?
Dear Customer,she has to give a so- called Verpflichtungserklärung that she`` ll cover for your expenses and your health insurance, but only if you cannot pay for it yourself
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