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Living in Neuss

More than 2,000 years since its foundation, Neuss can be classified as one of Germany's oldest cities. Its charms and character are based and embedded firmly in its fascinating history, with Ancient Rome and the Middle Ages taking center stage, as it was during these times that Neuss was founded and later grew to become of vital importance in European trade and industry. Nowadays, Neuss still has a lot to offer, and expats living in Neuss have many points of interest and areas to explore. The city's botanical garden, for example, is highly popular with expatriates and locals alike and complements the stunning architecture and fascinating culture of this German city. There are a large amount of leisure activities and cultural goings-on in Germany as a whole, and many expats in the country comment on the clean, sophisticated and orderly approach to life. If you're an expat living in Neuss, why not sign up to InterNations to connect with other expatriates in the area, to find out more about the city or even to organize a local get together with fellow InterNations members.

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Moving to Neuss

Expats moving to Neuss and surrounding area are well catered for. The local transport links, both to and in the city, are excellent and the Duesseldorf International Airport is only a short 20 minute drive away. Plus, as part of the InterNations expatriate community you can use the forums and discussion boards to find out more about getting around Germany from fellow, experienced expats. As an important center for Germany's trade, industry and economy, expats moving to Neuss in the Rhine-Ruhr metropolitan region are served by an excellent expatriate community. Settling in and getting used to Germany's warm and welcoming culture should therefore not be a problem for any newly arrived expat in Neuss. With a high standard of living, expatriates in Germany are amongst the happiest and most successful in the world, and moving to Germany as an expat living in Neuss may well improve your overall standard of living.

Working in Neuss

As an expatriate in Germany, you'll able to boost your career and gain significant advantages from working in such a large and important European economy. As one of the strongest economies in the world, Germany enjoys largely excellent working and living conditions, and expats working in Neuss are no stranger to this life. Having all the necessary documents in order is very important, however, as the German bureaucratic system can be quite complicated. EU citizens do not require a visa or work permit, but if you are a non-EU national you will need to register your new address and apply for a residence permit. Some of these are infinite, but some have to be renewed after 12 months - the best idea is to talk closely with your employer and seek advice on permits required. Check out InterNations' Expat Magazine to get more general information and advice on working abroad. As can be expected, working in Germany as an expatriate sees you having a wide range of industries to work within – especially when it comes to technology, manufacturing and industry.

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    When my company decided to send me to Essen, I took a quick look at the local community and said: Please do!

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    On InterNations I did not only meet interesting people but I also found a flat near Bochum and settled in quickly. A great platform.

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