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    The good thing about InterNations is that I got to know the expat community in Berlin as well as internationally minded locals.

Meet Our Community of Expats in Berlin!

Willkommen! We welcome you to our community in Berlin! InterNations connects expatriates around the globe, and we're here to assist you, answering questions and helping with concerns about moving to a new country. Many expats in Berlin have already utilized the resources and material available, while planning their move and once they have arrived. Via InterNations, you'll find many queries addressed; the kind you might have about expat life, for example "where can I find information about residence and work permits?", "what are popular expat neighborhoods in Berlin?", "are there international schools in Berlin?ʺ, and "how safe a city is Berlin?ʺ. These and plenty more queries are answered by our knowledgeable and friendly members. The InterNations Community supports you and helps connect you to fellow expats, as well as understanding the Berlin lifestyle and helping you find your feet in Germany's capital. Berlin is a truly cosmopolitan city with a remarkable history and dazzling culture, with entertainment in the form of theater, music, art, or clubs happening somewhere in the city 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Open-minded expats will enjoy its many delights, from outdoor swimming pools and beer festivals to Currywurst and flea markets.

With InterNations, you never stand alone. Whether you are moving to another country or going on a business trip somewhere — our communities around the world are there to make you feel at home wherever you are. Feel free to also check out our other vibrant InterNations Communities like the ones in Beijing or Brussels.

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  • English speaking tax advisor for German taxes
    3 replies
    Dec 11, 09:59

    Hola Sandra, permíteme que me presente: me llamo Martin Gundermann y soy asesor fiscal alemán. Me he especializado en expats y las declaraciones de impuestos para expats. Me gustaría ofrecerte mis …

  • Resident Permit for EU Citizens
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    Jun 24, 22:08

    Hi Mirjam, Thank you very much for your answer and sharing your experience! :-) Its strange..so far I could do everything (work, register at the Finanzamt, open a bank account,etc) without it, but …

  • german private teacher
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    Dec 8, 16:01

    Thanks, Alexander! Yes, Expath offers 1-on-1 German classes and would be happy to assist you, Sandra and Anil! You can contact us at info@expath.de or learn more about our classes at www.expath.de. …

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Learn What It's Like to Live in Berlin

Berlin is a thriving city, with an astonishing history and distinct neighborhoods; some with wide green spaces and concert halls, others with artists' enclaves and late-night bars. Many expats also come for the cosmopolitan way of life and the excellent schools and amenities. There are plenty of sports facilities and cycle routes, and the pretty surrounding countryside is popular with day trippers. Many expats who have made the move to Berlin have done so because of the robust German economy. It's thriving, which means employment opportunities abound for expats. The main industries in and around Berlin include design, engineering, and hospitality.

InterNations is the largest global network for expatriates, with communities in 420 cities around the world. Meet fellow global minds in your city of residence or get to know local expatriates before you're moving or traveling abroad and never feel like a stranger. InterNations makes it easy for you to stay in touch with your expat friends, both online and offline, so you can grow your network of friends and contacts from all over the world. Whether they live in Singapore or Jeddah, InterNations allows you to be close to them even if they are miles away.

Your Network for Expats in Berlin

InterNations is a friendly community of people who can answer your questions on topics connected to the expat life in Berlin. Your query might relate to fun facts about the city or more official concerns, such as whether you need a visa or residence permit, and if so how to apply for one. You could also check out one of the many real life events and groups organized regularly in the Berlin Community, which can really help expats settle in. There's plenty happening in Berlin, and InterNations is the place to look for groups or events that suit your interests. So whether you enjoy photography, golf, meditation, or cocktails, there is more than likely a get-together to match your hobby or provide an opportunity to learn something new. Indeed, there are groups for the aforementioned activities and many more; browse the InterNations Groups page for inspiration and you'll soon be enjoying all that wunderbar Berlin has to offer!

  • Sean Henderson

    The good thing about InterNations is that I got to know the expat community in Berlin as well as internationally minded locals.

  • Anna Maria Osario

    Through InterNations I met so many other Argentinean expats in Berlin, which made the transition period really easy for me.

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