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    I knew that there is a big international community in Cologne, but where to find them? Yes, I did indeed find them on InterNations!.

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Hallo and welcome to the InterNations Community of expats in Duesseldorf. We have amassed a wealth of invaluable information to ensure that your relocation is as worry-free as possible. In our comprehensive guides, you'll find advice and insider tips to support you from the initial preparations, right through to settling into a new job in Germany. We also encourage you to become an active member of our forum, where friendly expats are ready to address your concerns and answer your questions. Take advantage of their first-hand experience as you follow in their footsteps to join the expat population of Duesseldorf.

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  • New girl from Argentina in Düsseldorf!
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    Apr 30, 20:17

    Hey Tatiana, Düsseldorf is one of the best city in Germany, which offer lot and lot of activities, which keep people always engaged. Try out these links.... …

  • Looking for work Cologne/Bonn
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    Feb 3, 09:43

    Yes I have a temporary residency visa with work permits, hence the schooling. I have to attend 600 hrs of intergration classes as a condition of my visa. I have been attending fulltime for 4 months …

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    Jan 13, 09:37

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Embark on a New Life in Duesseldorf

Duesseldorf has a strong arts presence with numerous theaters and a huge selection of museums and art galleries. With one of the largest Japanese expat populations, you'll have a front seat for "Japan Day"; make sure you taste one of the local dishes such as "Himmel and Erde" — black pudding and stewed apples mixed with mashed potato. As a renowned business and financial center, Duesseldorf is home to a number of large international corporations across a number of sectors. Prominent industries include telecommunications, advertising, publishing, financial services, and insurance. The media also has a notable presence in Duesseldorf with movie studios and a number of important newspapers and journals printed in the city.

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 Prague or Moscow, InterNations allows you to be close to them even if they are miles away.

Meet Like-Minded Expats at Events in Duesseldorf

Our commitment to supporting expats doesn't stop with online resources, we also provide you with the opportunities to build new friendships with your fellow expats in person. Our regular InterNations Official Events are the perfect way to build a new circle of friends in the city in a secure and easy-going environment. Come along and take the opportunity to network or simply socialize and have fun together at these larger get-togethers in Duesseldorf. Or head over to our InterNations Groups section and find like-minded expats to share your interests in salsa, philosophy, and yoga, among others. With InterNations, you know that you are not alone; support, advice and friendships are at your fingertips!

  • Thomas Crawford

    I knew that there is a big international community in Cologne, but where to find them? Yes, I did indeed find them on InterNations!.

  • Paula Covington

    With InterNations I found other Canadians really quickly. They showed me all the sights and helped me to settle in Bonn. Great!

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