Relocate to the Germany

Complete Relocation Assistance For Your Migration


Our team of experts is ready to help you find a home abroad, move your household goods, find schools for your kids, and settle into your new country.

Making your Deutschland Dreams Come True

Relocating to Germany doesn’t have to be daunting, especially if you are coming from within the European Union (EU). If you are coming from Asia or other countries, you might need a bit more support. Luckily, there are organizations like us who can help you navigate through your next home country.  

There are many things that we can help you with and it starts with knowing what you want to get out of your Germany stint and what you need to do to get there. We’ll help you with everything you need—work permits, visas, getting the right identification cards, where to study, and even what to do when networking in Germany.

We’d love to talk to you soon but in the meantime, browse through our guide and let us know if we can help you with anything.

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Learn about German Culture

Save yourself from the embarrassment of cultural faux pas while transitioning into German culture. Read up and know which subjects are taboo and which are acceptable. For one, German companies observe strict vertical hierarchy. This means that decision-making is done at the top of the organization. Take note that business relations are formal and that perfectionism, punctuality and careful planning are expected. Personal privacy is likewise valued and respected—so don’t ask too many personal questions and be careful about over sharing—it may make some people uncomfortable.

Research, research, research. We can assume that you are doing your homework, but make sure you spend extra time learning about housing and living conditions. Be realistic and be fully aware of what it means to live in Germany.

 Recent studies have shown that the cost of living in Germany is neither cheaper nor more expensive compared with other European countries. However, its public healthcare system has a positive reputation internationally and is acclaimed as being one of the best. Citizens and those who work in the country typically contribute 21% of their gross annual income to social security—this hefty contribution ensures that you are well looked-after in case you need medical care.

There’s also the Visa application process that takes between six to 12 weeks to process—so make sure you account for this in your moving-to-Germany timeline.