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As the title said .. im close for moving to Germany ! You know i've failed on my exams so its time to find a work .. So i know there is peoples here from Germany! who can help me? u know with some papers and sh*t .. I have many cousins out there but they let me down! Anyone can help me?
 

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bro its sad that you dont pass exams but you cant take it again ??? and whit papers i cant help cuz i don know maybe some other here now good luck
 

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What are the topics and subjects of your exam papers?
 

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Wouldn't u prefer help on exams? like hary said, what were exams matters? maybe we could help u that.
and of corse, if u realy want to move. u will also get our help :)
 

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bro its sad that you dont pass exams but you cant take it again ??? and whit papers i cant help cuz i don know maybe some other here now good luck
What are the topics and subjects of your exam papers?
Thank you guys but due to my age i cant try again they wont allow me..
Wouldn't u prefer help on exams? like hary said, what were exams matters? maybe we could help u that.
and of corse, if u realy want to move. u will also get our help :)
Thanks you are very kind ^^ im preparing everything soon and i really need your help..
 

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Did you already take the decision to move to Germany for sure or are you still thinking about it ?
I know in many countries it's hard to find work because it lacks of places of employments ... In general the job situation is quite good in Germany, however it will be harder to get work when you don't know german language which is also a pretty difficult language, are an immigrant without basic knowedge like language and stuff.. Germany is a very bureaucratic country, thats why I am telling this :D There might be many chances for work in Germany, anyway I think it isn't very easy to immigrants to find work and to go through all the stuff..

Since you aren't from EU, you will have to apply for visa before you go to Germany. I don't know much about such processes, I just know that people who are refugees have to go through struggles in order to find a job, to pay the rent of an appartement and stuff.. mostly they will have to live in homes for asylum seekers/refugees for quite a long time because the chances to get work and stuff are less for them than for a German guy, obviously.. also refugees need to wait to be allowed to work I think... Also depends from which country you flee..

But I think you won't come as a refugee, so I guess you can apply for visa and wait for a decision or something like that.. remember those visa's are limited in time, so I dont really know about chances to stay here for longer times..
 

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Oh man I know that feeling when family lets you down.Anyway good luck !!
 
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Did you already take the decision to move to Germany for sure or are you still thinking about it ?
I know in many countries it's hard to find work because it lacks of places of employments ... In general the job situation is quite good in Germany, however it will be harder to get work when you don't know german language which is also a pretty difficult language, are an immigrant without basic knowedge like language and stuff.. Germany is a very bureaucratic country, thats why I am telling this :D There might be many chances for work in Germany, anyway I think it isn't very easy to immigrants to find work and to go through all the stuff..

Since you aren't from EU, you will have to apply for visa before you go to Germany. I don't know much about such processes, I just know that people who are refugees have to go through struggles in order to find a job, to pay the rent of an appartement and stuff.. mostly they will have to live in homes for asylum seekers/refugees for quite a long time because the chances to get work and stuff are less for them than for a German guy, obviously.. also refugees need to wait to be allowed to work I think... Also depends from which country you flee..

But I think you won't come as a refugee, so I guess you can apply for visa and wait for a decision or something like that.. remember those visa's are limited in time, so I dont really know about chances to stay here for longer times..
Ah so English language won't work there? And I'm still thinking cuz i need someone there who i can trust just to help me .. I have the money ready for visa but i can't stay there with someone who can provide me some papers? and home? till i find a job!
Btw Germany is my dream country since i was a child :D:p
 

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Since you aren't from EU, you will have to apply for visa before you go to Germany. I don't know much about such processes, I just know that people who are refugees have to go through struggles
correct me if I'm wrong but isn't there a difference between visa and asylum?
 

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Well like everyone can understand the basic things in english, some might be better, others might understand less, depends on the education..
So in general you will be able to ask questions in english if you speak to people like on the streets. But my guess is that offices / authorities rather have difficulties to deal in english.. I don't know how to explain that but I am sure that germany isn't that english-friendly, although you learn it in school almost from the beginning. Of course it will help you much if you can speak english because the majority will understand it, but yea, as said, I can imagine it's not that easy to manage everything in english as the bureaucracy is mainly designed for german language I think.. Else many people already managed to achieve something in Germany with only english or even another language, so it's not impossible, but just saying that it won't be too easy with english because fuckin' germany kinda like to deal in german :D You certainly will be required to learn german at least the basic stuff, if you want to succeed, which is pretty sad because, as said, english will be threaten as an important foreign language in school, but in the all day life and in contact with official authorities it's rarely used. That's my opinion and imagines I have about it.

Don't want you to fear anything, just saying this in advance because that's what I imagine about it.

And yea, @WatchMiltan , you are right. There is a difference between visa and asylum. Visa is probably mainly for people who wanna live in germany for a longer time (maybe because they got family there) or to work, study what ever. I think there is also something like visa for work..
But I have no clue about those processes..
Asylum is for people who flee from dangers.
I didn't want to make it equal :)
 
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Well like everyone can understand the basic things in english, some might be better, others might understand less, depends on the education..
So in general you will be able to ask questions in english if you speak to people like on the streets. But my guess is that offices / authorities rather have difficulties to deal in english.. I don't know how to explain that but I am sure that germany isn't that english-friendly, although you learn it in school almost from the beginning. Of course it will help you much if you can speak english because the majority will understand it, but yea, as said, I can imagine it's not that easy to manage everything in english as the bureaucracy is mainly designed for german language I think.. Else many people already managed to achieve something in Germany with only english or even another language, so it's not impossible, but just saying that it won't be too easy with english because fuckin' germany kinda like to deal in german :D You certainly will be required to learn german at least the basic stuff, if you want to succeed, which is pretty sad because, as said, english will be threaten as an important foreign language in school, but in the all day life and in contact with official authorities it's rarely used. That's my opinion and imagines I have about it.

Don't want you to fear anything, just saying this in advance because that's what I imagine about it.

And yea, @WatchMiltan , you are right. There is a difference between visa and asylum. Visa is probably mainly for people who wanna live in germany for a longer time (maybe because they got family there) or to work, study what ever. I think there is also something like visa for work..
But I have no clue about those processes..
Asylum is for people who flee from dangers.
I didn't want to make it equal :)
Yeah i'll do ma best to learn german language ^^ and id like to get visa because i have some family there but seems they let me down :( if u can help me with anything i would be thankful <3 :)
 
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but due to my age i cant try again they wont allow me..
what do you mean whit that i guess if you have 80 years old you may try again why dont they let you do that again wtff
i now a guy from my city that make exams at age 48 and he pass them after 9 try's
so try again bro
 
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Well like everyone can understand the basic things in english, some might be better, others might understand less, depends on the education..
So in general you will be able to ask questions in english if you speak to people like on the streets. But my guess is that offices / authorities rather have difficulties to deal in english.. I don't know how to explain that but I am sure that germany isn't that english-friendly, although you learn it in school almost from the beginning. Of course it will help you much if you can speak english because the majority will understand it, but yea, as said, I can imagine it's not that easy to manage everything in english as the bureaucracy is mainly designed for german language I think.. Else many people already managed to achieve something in Germany with only english or even another language, so it's not impossible, but just saying that it won't be too easy with english because fuckin' germany kinda like to deal in german :D You certainly will be required to learn german at least the basic stuff, if you want to succeed, which is pretty sad because, as said, english will be threaten as an important foreign language in school, but in the all day life and in contact with official authorities it's rarely used. That's my opinion and imagines I have about it.

True, I guess you could say it like this: If you're going for a vacation to Germany and you're asking for directions or to book a hotel, people have no problem talking English with you; but actually working and living in Germany full-time, is definitely something else and I guess it's expected to be able to speak (at least understandable) German.

Around 2 weeks ago, I was with my football team on a tournament in Germany. It was just us and everyone else was German. They all spoke English and they were okay speaking English with us as they are aware that German isn't our first language. But what I (and the rest of the dutchmen) did, was to just speak German as best as we could and we found out it was greatly appreciated (even though, we made mistakes).

What I'm saying: English will get you a hotelroom there, but when working in Germany (same for Netherlands), you're gonna have to be able to speak some German in order to get a chance.


I don't know about visa and all that stuff either though, but what I could suggest is to visit the German embassy in your country and ask for directions there, or take a look at the official websites of the German government: https://www.bundesregierung.de/Webs/Breg/EN/Homepage/_node.html , http://www.oecd.org/germany/governmentofgermanyusefullinks.htm
 

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Yeah i'll do ma best to learn german language
Wow, good luck with that. As far as I know, German is difficult to learn, harder than english, spanish,...
But we all belive in you ;)
 

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Good luck man. I live in Germany, but I live near the Netherlands border and I barely know anything about the papers as I got my parents to do that still.
 
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