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Moving to Austria from Germany.
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1 Topic by w_olja on 17-09-2007 14:38:11.
w_olja Member User is offline Registered: 17-09-2007 Posts: 2.
Topic: Moving to Austria from Germany.
Good afternoon everyone! I'm glad that I found such a forum. I hope that you will be able to advise me on my question.
Since 2004, I live in Germany, in Germany I have a residence permit. I met an Austrian, our relations are very good, but constant trips to each other is not a way out. I decided to move. I wanted to know what options I have for moving to Austria with a work permit. The issue of marriage is not being considered, because I am in the process of divorce in Germany. I will be happy with your advice! Thank you.
2 Reply from Privet 17-09-2007 17:19:12.
Privet Member ��������� Location: ���� Joined: 28-02-2007 Posts: 235.
Re: Moving to Austria from Germany.
Options in recent years is very small.
I do not think that you will be given a work permit. But much depends on your new friend.
When the Austrian is going and his teeth tear, there is a chance. And most importantly there are examples.
What kind of visa do you have? In Germany, do you have a work permit? Or just for living?
3 Answer from w_olja on 17-09-2007 19:38:29.
w_olja Member User is offline Registered: 17-09-2007 Posts: 2.
Re: Moving to Austria from Germany.
Thank you very much for your reply! I have a work permit in Germany. It is a pity that the work may not work out. I have a residence permit in Germany, it was given after my marriage.
4 Reply from emcathome on 28-09-2007 21:52:01.
emcathome Member ��������� Location: ���� Joined: 14-08-2007 Posts: 11.
Re: Moving to Austria from Germany.
w_olja Wait, you have a residence permit in Germany, ie a work permit in the entire European Union. I myself am from Germany, now I live in Graz. I would go to the Auslanderamt in Germany and clarify this question, you can ask officials from Austria. It's my opinion. Yes, as far as I know, after three years of living in Germany with a German husband you should be given an unlimited visa.
5 Reply from Privet on 29-09-2007 00:38:09.
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Re: Moving to Austria from Germany.
A residence permit is one thing, a work permit is completely different. It is not clear what kind of visa you have.?
6 Reply from elma73 on 29-09-2007 17:50:40.
elma73 Member User is offline Registered: 24-03-2007 Posts: 29.
Re: Moving to Austria from Germany.
Good afternoon! I married an Italian (married in Russia), who lives in Vienna. He has Italian citizenship, but he studied and worked in Austria. After my transfer to Vienna, they will probably give me a residence permit. Will it have a work permit and, in general, what rights will I have? I am very grateful for any information.
Added on 09.29.2007 18:09:54:
We plan to live in Vienna. 🙂
7 Reply from emcathome on 30-09-2007 20:29:41.
emcathome Member ��������� Location: ���� Joined: 14-08-2007 Posts: 11.
Re: Moving to Austria from Germany.
Privet We all have the same visa for the wives of the Germans. called Aufenthaltserlaubnis with a limited period or without. It's a pity that this girl no longer responded, I would answer her questions, not yours, she has a very similar situation to mine.
elma73 I would advise you to apply to the visa office in Austria, and not to search for forums. You are married to a resident of the European Union, you have rights, but only what officials can tell you. If you ask your spouse to go to the institution, where he was registered in Austria, he will be helped there with advice. And please do not be afraid to find out your rights. you can work!
8 Reply from Privet on 01-10-2007 06:18:21.
Privet Member ��������� Location: ���� Joined: 28-02-2007 Posts: 235.
Re: Moving to Austria from Germany.
So in these & quot; departments & quot; You will not be advised.
The laws are currently written so that there is no answer to them.
I do not want to argue with you, I've been living here for 18 years, I've seen enough.
Close friends I have Austrian lawyers.
Not a single question of efficient answer in the "departments". You will not receive.
P.S. In practice, the visa for all is one, but the arrangement in life is different for everyone.
P.S.S. The forum for that exists, so that people communicate with it.
9 Reply from elma73 on 01-10-2007 15:26:18.
elma73 Member User is offline Registered: 24-03-2007 Posts: 29.
Re: Moving to Austria from Germany.
This is the answer. So how to be? Dear Privet, judging by your, the situation can be resolved individually in each individual case? Well, at least it pleases that there is a percentage of positivity. And what do your lawyers advise, if you can find out?
10 Reply from Privet on 01-10-2007 19:26:53.
Privet Member ��������� Location: ���� Joined: 28-02-2007 Posts: 235.
Re: Moving to Austria from Germany.
Austrian lawyers say that the law is written "very interesting": you can interpret it like that, it is possible. And everything is according to the law.
Previously, lawyers could do something else, now no one gives guarantees.
Personally, I can only add: 99% depends on the Austrian partner (s). When they go to the magistrate and shout, there is a very big chance.
P.S. I want to add that the regions also have great importance.
11 Reply from elma73 on 02-10-2007 08:29:17.
elma73 Member User is offline Registered: 24-03-2007 Posts: 29.
Re: Moving to Austria from Germany.
Thank you very much for the answer, Privet! We'll make our way through the thorns, not for the first time!
12 Reply from Privet on 02-10-2007 09:02:02.
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Re: Moving to Austria from Germany.
nothing personal, only today's reality.
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