I am thinking about moving to Germany from USA?
I am thinking about moving to Germany from USA, what would be things that Germany has and does not have compared to the USA?, basically what are the pros and cons of each country?
Asked By: - 10/22/2011
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I love Germany, but be prepared for A LOT of bureaucracy. Once you arrive you will have to register your address (as well as any vehicles you own) with various authorities and it's mandatory that you have health insurance of some kind. Also, check in advance what the policy is with regard to visas. If you don't have an... More
Answered By: Cherry - 10/23/2011
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stop watching so much TV, be grateful for what you have, and get over yourself. P.S. I bet you don't even speak german.
Answered By: Deep End on me - 10/22/2011
Being born in Germany I love it over there. Great things are public transit even in small cities, working over there you get paid vacation sick days with pay even if it for more then a week, holidays off and always sundays because all stores are closed, health care without paying $1300, food is awesome, and if you like... More
Answered By: Darlene - 10/22/2011
I'm German American, and i am applying to schools in Germany this year. My father used to live there, and i go there a lot and hang out with my friends there. I think it is a lot different there, Americans can be self centered hypocritical a******s. don't get me wrong there's people like that everywhere. But i feel... More
Answered By: Thie W. - 10/22/2011
Learn German first. Even then you most likely won´t get a visa, because those are harder to get than your green card nowadays. Not trying to discourage you, that´s just the truth. That said you have no reason to worry about pros and cons anymore.
Answered By: J.S. - 10/23/2011
i am born in Germany and still live here. if you have work than it is easy and you have a status ...
Answered By: Liebenswerter Hase - 10/25/2011
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