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Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Welcome! This is My First Post!



Hello Everyone and Welcome to my Blog – Pinoy IN Germany!
I came from Cebu City, Philippines. My parents are both Filipinos and Cebuanos so therefore I am a 100% Filipino and a 100% Cebuano. Ako ay isang Pilipino. Ako ay isang Pinoy. Usa ako ka Bisaya. Usa ako ka Bisdak.

I am Filipino Citizen and I am living here in Germany for 5 months (I'm still a newbie, not even a toddler ^_^). I have decided to create this Blog to share my Life as a Filipino or Pinoy Living in Germany. This Blog will also be helpful to Filipinos who want a glimpse about Germany; Pinoys/Pinays who are married or getting married to their German fiancee/fiance; someone who wants to make a vacation in Germany; or anyone who wants to know just anything about Germany.

In my Blog you will also see pictures and videos that I have taken personally.

Topics you will see here that I am going to post will be about the following:
* Marriage Requirements in the Philippines between a Philippine and German Citizen
* German Visa Requirements
* The very expensive Philippine Red Ribbon
* Interview at the German Embassy in Makati City, Philippines
* Requirements in going to Germany
* Departure in Philippines
* Arrival in Germany
* Additional paper processing for Prolonging my German Visa
* People and Other nationalities living here
* Mannerism
* Food
* Clothing
* House or Apartments
* Train Stations
* German Language School
* Climate
* Religion
* Languages
* Culture
* Sports
* Jobs
* Shopping
* And more and more...

Thanks for Viewing! ^_^
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10 comments:

lemuel said...

Hi,

Its nice to meet a fellow pinoy here. How is life there in Germany? What city are you in? I'm very interested to learn more about that country. I had an opportunity before to visit London and I would really like to visit another European country someday. Can you also visit my blog? Its http://mhaileon.blogspot.com. Thanks!

Pinoy IN Germany said...

Helo lemuel,

Everything is fine here in Germany and I am living on the outskirts of Munich. If you want to learn about Germany just visit my site as I will write anything about Germany.

Thanks for dropping by!^_^

Multilingual Incoporated said...

With the New Requirement to take a German Language Test for German Fiance/Spouse Visa Requirement, we would like to introduce our German Language Course specifically catered for this requirement.

For any referrals, please fee free to visit our website at http://www.multilingual.com.ph or call us at +63-2-7270947 to 48 or +63-921-6631142. E-mail info@multilingual.com.ph

We hope that we can cater our services to you and your friends and to other bloggers as well.

Anonymous said...

We are American family presentlly living in London, currently have two kids aged 4yrs and 6yrs old, we looking for a AUPAIR/NANNY/DRIVER/CHEF/HOUSE KEEPER/GARDNER/ELECTRICIAN from Any Country that can speak English and is willing to stay with us for a minimum of 2years

About Our Family.....
We are a professional couple, My kids are fairly easy going and relaxed, they would enjoy someone with lots of energy and enthusiasm. Having English as a first language is not required and in fact

SALARY/WAGES ARE BELOW.........

AUPAIR/NANNY: £2200 Monthlly ,weeklly (120)
DRIVER: £3100 Monthlly ,weeklly (120)
CHEF: £2800 Monthlly ,weeklly (120)
HOUSE SITTER: £2500 Monthly ,weekly allowance (120)
GARDENER: £3500 Monthly ,weekly allowance (120)
ELECTRICIAN: £2300 Monthly ,weekly allowance (120)


You shall have a private accomodation with furnished sitting room and bedroom and also a private bathroom. A Fixed landphone and an Internet ready computer. Do well to send us your references or resume, and we would get in touch with them. Should the outcome be positive, we would send you a Contract Letter. We shall discuss travel arrangements in due course of which I would be of generous assistance to you.

You can reach me on this

email address : josewaterfield@yahoo.com


We sincerely look forward to hearing from you.
Best Wishes,
Engr. Jose WaterField
For the family.

Anonymous said...

hello....i would like some infos..i am here right now in riyadh,and i am planning to visit my uncle in switzerland this december and also to visit my fiancee in germany..would it be possible for us to get married in germany?if yes,how would that be?need an answer please..

sissy said...

hello,

i have a question, which is better to apply, my sweetheart is a german but only we like is to visit him in germany, i have no bank accounts, properties, company for now, i know its all requirements for a tourist... which is easier fiance visa or tourist visa??? i just have a simple life here. any suggestion for me?how long visa will takes?

Anonymous said...

Hi..just want to ask if how to get a certification for the photo copy of passport at the dfa here in the philippines?

Anonymous said...

how long did you wait til your husband get the legal capacity to marry?

Anonymous said...

Hello

Anyone here to have thier experience on how long thier fiance recieved his "Legal Capacity to Marry" after he submitted all the requirements in his Registrar where he is currently leaving.. (He is a German)

Anonymous said...

Hello po..magbisaya lang ko ha..mangutana ta ko..ako bf german,gusto nya magpakasal sa pinas.Gusto lang ko makabalo unsa iya requirments need..Din kana Ehefikeitzuignes unsa reqiurments para makuha sa ako bf ana ug pila ka days cya makakuha ana.maraming salamat ..pasensya bisaya ka ayo ko. :)

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