Moving to Germany, but my job is in the US. How can I stay for 2 years at least?
I have a job in Ohio and they are allowing me to keep that job, but move to Germany to be with my pregnant soon-to-be German wife. What options do I have to stay in Germany for at least two years although I am not working for the US Government over there or on the local economy? Just working out of my house for a company that resides in Ohio. If we are married, can I just apply for some type of VISA since we are married and stay in Germany indefinitely? Thanks for any input!
Asked By: - 6/18/2011
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You just get over there, enter Germany based on your U.S. passport and will be given an entry stamp which covers the initial stay for 90 days. If you stay at your fiancèe's place of residence you will need to get registered with the local town-hall (Einwohnermeldeamt) or citizen service office (Bürgerservice). You will... More
Answered By: GerdP - 6/18/2011
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