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InterNations - a trusted Network & Guide for Expats in Germany

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Welcome to the InterNations Expats Forum for Germany!

Grüß Gott, and a warm welcome to the InterNations Germany expats forum! As a current or soon-to-be expat in Berlin, or any other of the German expat hotspots like Hamburg, you will doubtlessly have numerous questions about expat life. Become a member of our InterNations community in Germany and find reliable tips on the successive stages of the relocation process. No matter if you’re enquiring about visa or immigration documents at the German embassy, looking for expat housing in Munich, or would like to see the German attractions, like the sublime Alpine scenery – who knows more about such things than other expats? Our expat forums for Germany can connect you with local expat circles.

Latest Posts in Germany Expat Forum

 Germany Expat Q&A

Re: Schools for an 8 year old.

Thanks for the information Ladies. We now have a date and will be moving over in April. We will com...

Private Tutor in German

Hi everyone, I am looking for a private tutor in German (must be a native) for beginner level who i...

Re: English-speaking doctor in Aachen

My husband is an eye specialist just north of Aachen (Würselen) who is a graduate of the RCSI in D...

 Germany Town Talk

Re: Weird Things Expats Learned from Germany!

I work for Siemens ... and the HQ for Canada is in Oakville ...:) I have to say that I am really...

Re: Dance course


Re: New English yoga classes starting next week

Great news if you email me at katyboyd@gmail.com I will send you a few bits of info about the style...

 Germany Expat Housing

Offer: Apartment in Köln/Ehrenfeld

Hi everyone, My apartment will be available for rent on the 1. of March. It is located in Ehrenf...

Looking for a room or apt. ASAP

Hi, I'm looking for a room or an apartment. I need it asap! It needs to be furnished, monthly re...

Looking for accommodation

Hi everyone. I will move for Cologne next week.I will study at uni. I'm a brazilian PHD student. I ...

 Germany Expat Jobs

Re: Swiss German B2B Project Coordinator (Helsinki, St

Very interesting, will apply!

Flexible Part Time Job as Market Field Researcher

Mintel Group would like to expand its network of professional Field Researchers in Germany. At t...

Data Entry/Data research support needed

Data Entry/Data research support needed. Young startup is looking for trustworthy, detail-oriented ...

 Germany Expat Marketplace

Artworks 2014 / 2015

I am international painter, You can now buy artwork has priced artist ! www.artmajeur.com/anna...

Re: road bike

Well Jovi, Micheal and Christina`s somewhat impolite German answers aside, "road bike" merely refer...

Places available for one day event Design Thinking

100 places available for one day event ( 5 Feb ) about Design Thinking in Mannheim. Delivered by Ne...

Members assist Members in the Germany Expat Forums

Our trust-based community was developed to help expatriates in Germany swap suggestions and advice on all expat-relevant enquiries, e.g., ʺIs an international driver's licence valid in Germany?ʺ or ʺAre inland flights or national trains the cheaper option to travel from Munich to Berlin?ʺ. In a community that’s all about expat living in Germany, from roast pork with Knödel to Tag der deutschen Einheit, the participants of the expat forum Germany can find fellow expats and internationally minded locals to receive trustworthy and up-to-date responses. On the InterNations Expat Forum for Germany, there will always be another expat member to make life abroad easier.

From cars and driving to public transport: The Expat Forum Germany leaves no Question unanswered

If you require even more information on expat topics like sports and leisure in Berlin or restaurants and nightlife in Hamburg, you could also browse our Germany Expat Guide, another useful resource in addition to the expat forums. Moreover, in our World Forum you can talk about international politics, the most common issues faced by expats, intercultural competence and other general expat issues. However, for expat assistance on all local matters - from cars and driving to public transport - just join the InterNations Germany expat forums.

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