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Germany is considered the fifth most favorable country to settle. This favorability is due to its efficient economy, its education system, and its employment opportunities. People from all over the world want a chance to settle in Germany. 

Why should you move to Germany from India?

Today, more than 9 million foreigners live in Germany. This country is the second most popular destination in the world, after the United States. Every year thousands of migrants come to Germany for a better life. People of different nationalities, religions, backgrounds, and professions have made Germany a cultural mosaic. Following are some of the reasons why Indians want to move to Germany.

  • Comprehensive Welfare System
  • Unemployed persons can avail unemployment benefits
  • The unemployment rate in Germany is only 4.7%
  • Get Child benefit
  • Study bachelors and masters programs in Germany for free
  • Good jobs and wages, a clean environment, low crime rates, many cultural and leisure attractions, good public transport


What is the best way to move to Germany?

The best way for an Indian to move to Germany is through a Job Seeker visa. Job Seeker Visa a residence permit that will give you 6 months to search for a job in the country. Through this visa, you will be able to move to Germany and search for job opportunities. Getting a job seeker visa takes around 4 to 6 months.


Following are the 3 simple steps to apply for Germany PR Visa from India:

Step 1: Apply for the Job Seeker Visa 

Step 2: Get your European Blue Card from Germany

Step 3: After 5 years of employment in Germany, you can apply for PR Visa



What are the minimum requirements for a German Job Seeker Visa?

Following is the eligibility criteria for a Job Seeker Visa for German immigration:

  • At least 6 months of experience and 15 years of study and the qualification and university must be H + according to Anabin.
  • Applicants from Mumbai or Delhi region must have 16 years of regular education, either 4 years bachelor's degree or 3 years bachelor's degree with a master's degree.
  • Fluency in English is sufficient to qualify for the visa, but you must learn German to adapt to the daily life in the country.
  • You must have sufficient funds for a 6-month stay in Germany. Funds must be held at least 1 month before deposit and held until the German Immigration Department makes a decision.
  • Must present proof of accommodation for 6 months.



What are different types of German Visas?

  • Business visa
  • Visas for studying in Germany
  • Job Seeker Visa
  • Work visa (employment)
  • Visiting scientist visa
  • Training/internship visa
  • Family reunion visa to join a parent or partner



What are the occupations that are in high demand in Germany?

The following table mentions the occupations that are in high demand in Germany with their respective annual salary:

Occupation Salary (In Euros)
IT Specialist 66,000 - 81,000
Engineer 64,000 - 120,000
Managing administrators, or CEOs 170,000 - 800,000
Sales Manager 134,000 - 200,000
Laboratory Manager 122,000 - 180,000
Attending Medical Doctor 85,000 - 150,000
Investment Bankers 145,000 - 300,000

Frequently Asked Question

  • Is the German language required for JSV?

    The German language is not a mandatory requirement, however, for some profiles based on professional profiles, a German language certificate is suggested.


  • No IELTS is not required for you to be eligible for German immigration


  • Yes, the German Immigration Department accepts applications, but only for work permits and dependents of prospective immigrants.


  • There are many advantages to obtaining a job seeker visa in Germany. The processing time to obtain this visa is less than 6 months. After getting a job, you can apply for a blue card from within the country. On an employment residence permit, after 5 years, you can apply for permanent residence. Condition: - Offer of the gross annual salary of at least 43,056 euros to 55,200 euros, for specialists in the fields of mathematics, computer science, life sciences, and engineering.


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