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satwant singh
Thu, 5 Apr 2018 11:06 EDT
Admission regarding language course
Hi,
i am student in budapest (hungary),i have all documents that are required for EU visa as now i want to study language course in berlin,i have all ready registered my language course in berlin language school,i am confuse if i study there then i need the study visa again or not,so please tell me,i will wait your reply.
Alexandra
Sun, 2 Jul 2017 13:11 EDT
Question
Dear,

My name is Alexandra. I am from Russia. I want to get german national visa in Hungary. Is it possible?

Thank you for the answer.
Zaher ALkabalan
Sat, 5 Dec 2015 13:57 EST
Sehr wichtig.Mein Pass
Hallo,
Ich bin zur Zeit gibt es in Deutschland, bekam ich einen deutschen Aufenthalt, nachdem ich einen Asylantrag gestellt, meinen Pass in ungarischer, als ich war auf dem Weg nach Deutschland, Reisepass jetzt von den ungarischen Behörden gehalten. Das War in dem Zeitpunkt des 01. Mai 2015,
Ich hoffe, dass Sie Ihren Reisepass mir zurück.

*an die Adresse: yorckstre 113
28201 Bremen
Germany

*Passdaten:
Name: ZAHER
Surname: ALKABALAN
Father name: ABDOU
Mother name: YUSRA
Birth Date: 29/07/1983
Birth place: DAMASCUS
Sex: M

* Ich hoffe, dass Sie eine Mitteilung senden, um den Empfang der Nachricht bestätigen. Vielen Dank
* meine Telefonnummer ist:015753523121
Muaath_2007@hotmail.com
Tue, 29 Sep 2015 09:27 EDT
Germany resident
Hello sir.
Actually, I am palestinian student in hungary and i have hungarian residents permet and i want to study at germany universities. Please could you inform me about the needed documents to get germany resistant and i want to ask . Do i have to bring " Prove a financial guarantee "
.
Thanks
Regards
Moufed al ali
Mon, 22 Dec 2014 03:32 EST
student residence
Good morning ,
I have 18 years old and I have a temporary residence in hungary , I just finish my high school and I am intrestied to continue my studie in medecin university in Germany so I registered in Hartnackschule in Berlin for german language study , and I would to know from where I have to got the student residence in Germany .
Thank you ,
Best regards,
Moufed ALALI
Joseph Ross
Mon, 28 Jul 2014 14:41 EDT
visa and working in Germany
Good Morning/Evening


I have tried to e-mail you at the e-mail address provided (info@deutschebotschaft-budapest.hu) but I've got a notification that this e-mail address doesn't exist...
I am a New Zealand citizen and I would like to work in Germany. Just wondering what visa would I need to stay and work there? (My partner is a Hungarian citizen.)
Also just wondering if you could point me in to the right direction to get my truck licenses, I've got my New Zealand full class 2 and 4 licenses which allows me to drive up to 24 tonne and TWR license which allows me to drive diggers and any machine with tracks wheels or rollers. But I guess it wouldn't be valid in Germany. I don't know.
Can you please e-mail me and let me know.

Thank you

Regards
Joseph Ross
Nesarahmadi omid
Thu, 5 Dec 2013 01:07 EST
work
Hello.i would like to inquire.im from afghanistan and i live in hungary and i have citizenship hungary wife and i have residence permit hungary and i working in the clinic in debrecen i want work in Germany can i work there and how please give me informatoin.sorry i cant good type english thanke you .Omid

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