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Reporting obligation

Source: Zuständigkeitsfinder Schleswig-Holstein (Linie6PLus)

Service Description

Anyone who moves into an apartment must register within two weeks of moving in. Deregistration is only required when moving abroad.

If you move into an apartment or move out of an apartment, you must register or deregister with the registration authority within two weeks.
If you are moving domestically, you do not need to deregister.
It is therefore only necessary to deregister your apartment if you move abroad or give up one of several apartments (e.g. secondary residence).


Who should I contact?

To the municipal, official or city administration (citizens' office, residents' registration office).

Which documents are required?
  • Identity card or
  • birth certificate, if applicable, or
  • where applicable, other identity document.
  • Confirmation of landlord
What are the fees?

None

Legal basis

§§ 17, 23 and 54 Abs. 3 Bundesmeldegesetz (BMG).

What else should I know?

If you comply with your reporting obligation, you will save yourself unnecessary problems and trouble. In the case of violation of the reporting obligation, problems arise, for example, with vehicle registration, obtaining a driver's license or applying for a certificate of good conduct.

In addition, you may face a fine of up to 1,000.00 euros according to § 54 Abs. 3 BMG.

Author

The text was automatically translated based on the German content.

Teaser

Anyone who moves into an apartment must register within two weeks of moving in. Deregistration is only required when moving abroad.

Who should I contact?

To the municipal, official or city administration (citizens' office, residents' registration office).

Which documents are required?

  • Identity card or
  • birth certificate, if applicable, or
  • where applicable, other identity document.
  • Confirmation of landlord

What are the fees?

None

Legal basis

§§ 17, 23 and 54 Abs. 3 Bundesmeldegesetz (BMG).

What else should I know?

If you comply with your reporting obligation, you will save yourself unnecessary problems and trouble. In the case of violation of the reporting obligation, problems arise, for example, with vehicle registration, obtaining a driver's license or applying for a certificate of good conduct.

In addition, you may face a fine of up to 1,000.00 euros according to § 54 Abs. 3 BMG.

Author

The text was automatically translated based on the German content.

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