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Applying for a residence permit for an extension to look for a job after vocational training

Source: Zuständigkeitsfinder Schleswig-Holstein (Linie6PLus)

Service Description

If you have successfully completed school or company training in Germany, you can be granted a residence permit to look for a job.

The residence permit will be issued to you for a limited period of time directly after your previous training. An extension is possible if the maximum period of 12 months was not used at the time of first grant. If you cannot find a job during this time, an extension is excluded. They are then obliged to leave the Federal territory.

This residence permit allows gainful employment without restriction.


Process flow

You can only apply for a residence permit in person at the immigration authority responsible for your place of residence.

  • You submit the required documents in the original and pay the application fee.
  • The Foreigners' Registration Office checks whether the prerequisites for grant are met.
  • If all requirements are met, the Foreigners' Registration Office will record your biometric data (photo, fingerprints) and order the electronic residence title (eAT) from Bundesdruckerei GmbH.
  • As soon as the eAT has been completed, it will be handed over to you by the Foreigners' Registration Office.
Requirements

You must already be in possession of a residence permit for the purpose of looking for a job after successfully completing school or company training in Germany, which has not yet exhausted the maximum period of 12 months.

In addition, you must meet the general requirements for obtaining a residence permit. These are in particular:

  • a secure livelihood,
  • a clear identity,
  • Possession of a valid national passport.
Which documents are required?
  • Valid national passport
  • Proof of secure livelihood (e.g. employment contract and payslips, bank statements, submission of a declaration of commitment by third parties)
  • Proof of health insurance
  • Proof of qualification (graduation certificate, certificate or attestation of your training company or educational institution on the successful completion of an apprenticeship
  • 1 recent biometric photo
  • Please ask the Foreigners' Registration Office responsible for you whether you need to submit further documents.
What are the fees?

Fee: 93,00 - 96,00 EUR
Payment in advance: No

What deadlines do I have to pay attention to?

Application before the expiry of the current residence permit. An interview 4 to 6 weeks before the previous residence permit expires is recommended. The residence permit is limited to 12 months, including an extension.

Processing duration

The processing time depends on the workload in the locally responsible immigration authority.

Legal basis
Appeal
  • Contradiction

Detailed information on how to lodge an objection can be found in the decision rejecting your application.

  • Administrative court action.
Applications / forms
  • Online procedure possible: no
  • Written form required: no
  • Personal appearance required: yes

You can find more information on the Internet on the Federal Government's portal page for skilled workers from abroad

https://www.make-it-in-germany.com/de/

Author

The text was automatically translated based on the German content.

Technically approved by

Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg

District Office Harburg

Fachamt Einwohnerwesen

Harburger Rathausplatz 1

21073 Hamburg, Germany

E-mail: bezirksamt@harburg.hamburg.de

fax: 040 42790-7600

Phone: +49 40 428713849

 

Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and Community

Professionally released on

20.11.2020

Process flow

You can only apply for a residence permit in person at the immigration authority responsible for your place of residence.

  • You submit the required documents in the original and pay the application fee.
  • The Foreigners' Registration Office checks whether the prerequisites for grant are met.
  • If all requirements are met, the Foreigners' Registration Office will record your biometric data (photo, fingerprints) and order the electronic residence title (eAT) from Bundesdruckerei GmbH.
  • As soon as the eAT has been completed, it will be handed over to you by the Foreigners' Registration Office.

Requirements

You must already be in possession of a residence permit for the purpose of looking for a job after successfully completing school or company training in Germany, which has not yet exhausted the maximum period of 12 months.

In addition, you must meet the general requirements for obtaining a residence permit. These are in particular:

  • a secure livelihood,
  • a clear identity,
  • Possession of a valid national passport.

Which documents are required?

  • Valid national passport
  • Proof of secure livelihood (e.g. employment contract and payslips, bank statements, submission of a declaration of commitment by third parties)
  • Proof of health insurance
  • Proof of qualification (graduation certificate, certificate or attestation of your training company or educational institution on the successful completion of an apprenticeship
  • 1 recent biometric photo
  • Please ask the Foreigners' Registration Office responsible for you whether you need to submit further documents.

What are the fees?

Fee: 93,00 - 96,00 EUR
Payment in advance: No

What deadlines do I have to pay attention to?

Application before the expiry of the current residence permit. An interview 4 to 6 weeks before the previous residence permit expires is recommended. The residence permit is limited to 12 months, including an extension.

Processing duration

The processing time depends on the workload in the locally responsible immigration authority.

Legal basis

Appeal

  • Contradiction

Detailed information on how to lodge an objection can be found in the decision rejecting your application.

  • Administrative court action.

Applications / forms

  • Online procedure possible: no
  • Written form required: no
  • Personal appearance required: yes

You can find more information on the Internet on the Federal Government's portal page for skilled workers from abroad

https://www.make-it-in-germany.com/de/

Author

The text was automatically translated based on the German content.

Technically approved by

Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg

District Office Harburg

Fachamt Einwohnerwesen

Harburger Rathausplatz 1

21073 Hamburg, Germany

E-mail: bezirksamt@harburg.hamburg.de

fax: 040 42790-7600

Phone: +49 40 428713849

 

Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and Community

Professionally released on

20.11.2020

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