Planning to work during your stay in Hamburg? Whether you'll be employed or starting a business, find out here which residence permit you need.
Do you hold an academic degree? Highly-skilled citizens looking to work in Germany can apply for the EU Blue Card to secure long-term residence.
You can apply for a job seeker's residence permit if you hold an accredited degree and wish to find qualified employment in Germany.
If you're planning to live and work in Germany, you need to apply for a residence permit that allows for employment. Discover how it works.
Foreign nationals who are planning to work as a researcher in Germany should apply for a residence permit that states this purpose.
Looking to set up a business in Germany as a foreign national? You'll need to apply for a residence permit that allows for self-employment.
The ICT Card is a supplementary residence permit to facilitate intra-corporate transfers of third-country nationals and intra-European mobility.