GEWICHT: 60 kg
Titten: 85 J natur
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Family members who are themselves citizens of the EU or nationals of Norway, Iceland or Liechtenstein can provide evidence of their right of residence and their right of access to the employment market with their passport and certificate of registration.
They then receive a so-called residence card in Germany. Spouses and under-age children of third country citizens who have a residence permit to enable them to reside in Germany can apply to a German embassy abroad for the subsequent immigration of their family. Subsequent immigration of spouses and partners. The subsequent immigration of spouses has certain conditions in Germany.
A third party citizen living in Germany must. Both spouses must also be at least 18 years of age and the spouse immigrating subsequently must generally prove a basic knowledge of German. There must also be no reasons for deportation. The duration of stay must be more than one year. Subsequent immigration of children. Under-age, unmarried children of foreign nationals have a fundamental right to subsequently immigrate to Germany with their parents.
Children under 16 years of age are privileged; they only require legal guardianship and a residence or settlement permit. They must have adequate housing available and the means of subsistence including health insurance cover. Subsequent immigration of other family members. Family members who are not part of the nuclear family, such as grown-up children and grandparents, can only apply for subsequent immigration if "exceptional hardship" would otherwise occur.
This would be the case, for example, if the family member living in Germany or abroad requires illness- or age-related assistance and no proof of this can be shown in the local country. Start page Arrival Subsequent Immigration of Dependants. Who needs a visa? Citizens of Third Countries Residence and subsequent immigration of dependants. For more information: Federal Office for Migration and Refugees. Immigration Law and Citizenship Law Please arrange an appointment.