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Tuesday, November 11, 2008

German Spouse Visa Requirements



What are the requirements for a German Spouse Visa?

Before you call the German Embassy at Manila to have an interview schedule/appointment, PLEASE MAKE SURE that you already have all the requirements at hand/in your possession because you really have to submit these requirements personally.

The list of German Visa Requirements I listed here were based on my experience:
- I applied for a Family reunion and marriage visa (German Spouse Visa)
- I am already married to my German spouse in the Philippines.
- I was in the Philippines.
- My spouse is already back in Germany.
- I have at hand all the requirements.


REQUIREMENTS FOR THE APPLICATION OF A GERMAN RESIDENCE PERMIT

- 3 application forms duly filled in (can be obtained at the reception area of the Embassy or downloaded from their website)
- 4 pictures (please click here for photo requirements specifications). Three (3) of these pictures must each be glued to the application forms, the fourth must be attached with a paper clip to the passport (please do not staple). The applicant must write his or her complete name and date of birth on the back of the picture.
- Valid passport
- Visa fee 60,- € payable in Philippine Pesos (cash) at the current exchange rate
- Security questionnaire (‘Sicherheitsbelehrung’) answered completely and signed

FOR FAMILY REUNION TO SPOUSE (also for applicants with previous residence permits)
- NSO Birth Certificate of applicant
- NSO Marriage Certificate
- NSO certificate regarding the appearance of your name in the ‘National Indices of Marriages’ (CEMAR=Advisory Marriages); this must not be older than six (6) months from the date of issuance
- Proof of basic knowledge of German language (Certificate of language examination “Start Deutsch 1” of Institute)
- Copy of the federal identity card (front- and back page) OR registration card of the spouse in Germany

For updates, please visit the official site of the German Embassy of the Philippines at www.manila.diplo.de or directly access the Requirements listed above for Spouse Visa or Fiance Visa here.

Please always check the official site of the German Embassy of the Philippines for the list of visa requirements as it will always change from time to time. In my experience, I was very surprised and worried when the embassy suddenly requires for a Proof of basic knowledge of German language.

Fortunately, I have a university degree and I don't need the basic German requirement. Unfortunately as I am already here in Germany, I am still required to have a basic knowledge of German language. Either way you are still required to take a Basic German Language Course. Whether you are one of the exceptions or not, keep in mind that your are going or will be living in Germany. Therefore you need to learn, understand and speak their language.

The German Language Course last for 6 months. Until now I am still going to school everyday and will be finished this December 2008. Hopefully I could pass the examination and get a Basic German Language Certificate.
^_^

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179 comments:

John Carl P. Villanueva said...

Hi PinoyInGermany (I tried to look for a name, but I couldn't find one.),

Thanks for dropping by my site. Now I know where to go if I decide to visit Germany. We had a German visiting professor at Silliman University many years back. His name is Dr. Christian Schales. In case you come across him there, just say hi for me. :)

Anyway, that should be all for now.

Have a nice day!

Peter @ Enviroman said...

Hi Pinoy,

I have responded to your comment in footer for blog

Pinoy IN Germany said...

Hi Peter!

Wow! Fast reply! Thanks!

Thanks you for your reply! ^_^

Pinoy IN Germany said...

Hi John!

Thanks for dropping by!
If you marry a Germany Citizen, then my blog will certainly answer your questions!^_^

Have a nice day too!^_^

johnlazy said...

Hi pinoy in germany yap im a pinoy ako si juan tamad heheheheh nice site. I love to go to germany also heheheh. Take care!

Multilingual Incorporated said...

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clavel said...

Hey, hi there Ms PInoy in GErmany. wait, I have was reading and I saw what I was hoping for, do you mean if you have graduated from a Degree you don't need the basic knowledge? What does that mean? I have a degree in BS Accountancy. with flying colors at that. will that exempt me?I do hope to hear from you :)

Pinoy IN Germany said...

http://www.manila.diplo.de/Vertretung/manila/en/01/Visabestimmungen/ddatei__proof__german__langauge,property=Daten.pdf

Are there exceptions?
Yes. You do not have to prove any knowledge of German, as a rule, if one of the following statements applies:
You have a university degree and probably be able to find work in Germany on the basis of your language skills (recognisably minor integration requirement).


Hi clavel,

Thanks for visiting my site.^_^

Yes, you are right. You are exempted.^_^
The official German Embassy of the Philippines' website's pdf file stated:

"Are there exceptions?
Yes. You do not have to prove any knowledge of German, as a rule, if one of the following statements applies:
You have a university degree and probably be able to find work in Germany on the basis of your language skills (recognisably minor integration requirement)."

I hope this answered your question.^_^

clav said...

Thanks a lot, I assume, girl? :)

I am a Cebuana too, as from what I read earlier, puros ta bisaya :)

Anyway, Yeah, I could not wait for your reply, and called the German Embassy here in Makati(where I am based at for work now). And she confirmed that Yes, I am exempted. So that gives me a relief since I could file for the Visa without the added pressure of the exam. Though you are right, I gotta learn German, the last time I was there, very few speak English.

I will keep on reading here, and thanks a lot for sharing all of these, these are pretty useful. BUT, my man doesn't believe that I am exempted... grrrr... anyway, I will just have to prove him wrong later I guess ;)

Salamatz

Pinoy IN Germany said...

Your welcome!^_^

Hi fellow cebuana and yes puros ta bisaya.

Sorry for my very late reply. But I am happy that you have confirmed it. And yes you gotta learn German. Maybe your man doesn't know yet the new rules so he doesn't believe you. Anyway, Just tell him the new rules.hehe

Thanks for visiting my site. I will post new blogs in the future since I have so many things to say about Germany.

I hope to see you here in Germany ^_^

Way Sapayanz! ^_^

cecil said...

Hello.
im cecil biyuda po ako at may 3 anak,kasal n po sa bf kong german.Gusto ko po itanong kung pwede ko ng ikuha ng visa ang mga anak ko kahit next year ko p sila kukunin papuntang Germany.Pls paki reply n lang po Thanks and God belss you...
cecil,

EditorPinoy said...

Hi Cecil,

According to my German Spouse, it is possible that you could get a visa for your children. Pero hindi ako sure sa details kasi wala akong experience sa situation mo that I could draw from. Suggestion ko lang na mag discuss kayu sa German Husband regarding this at saka mag ask kayu sa mga offices dito sa Germany. Sorry po ito lang masasabi ko.

I hope nakatulog ako.

God bless and Congratulations pala sa wedding nya ^_^

Anonymous said...

Hello maraming salamat sa reply nyo ...maybe next month amg aaply na ako ng spouse visa at ikukuha ko n din ng visa ang mga anak ko para sabay sabay n kmi papuntang Germany..Wish ko lang na mabigyan kmi lahat ng visa.Thank you very much ulit
cecil,

EditorPinoy said...

Walang anuman po ^_^

Hopefully you and yours kids' Visa will be approved so that you could come here together. Just pray and be patient ^_^
My Flight FOR and My Arrival IN Germany

Anonymous said...

Hello, thank you for this site. it was very helpful. but obviously i still have problem. sa pinas din po kami nagpakasal ng asawa ko, kompleto na kami ng papers but to apply a visa for family reunion we dont really know where to start. sabi kase kelangan ng appoinment. meron ka bang kilalang lawyer na pwedeng mag process ng papers ko? I take the A1 test yun yung sinasabi nilang you must speak at least basic german language. i did it i study in thailand in deutsch institute thailand. i study for 2 months and i toll the test A1 i got 88%. so obviously i got it the passing grade is only 60. but that i have already. i really need more info. how to start to apply. pls. help thanks

EditorPinoy said...

Hi Anonymous,

Your welcome ^_^
Unfortunately I don't have a friend or acquaintance who is a lawyer. I suggest that you should not get a lawyer to process your papers. I did it myself, there is no reason that you can't ^_^

Please READ the link below:
German Spouse Visa CookBook - How I got my Visa
Hope this helps ^_^

Anonymous said...

hi.. this is jc from pampanga.. just want to ask if the medical check up/physical checkup are also needed for the SPOUSE GERMAN VISA? Thanks and best regards!

Anonymous said...

hey taga pampanga po ako unfortunately i need to go back to china where i work, i have completed the A1´s lessons. plan po namin na pagkapasok ko ng china maybe after 2 weeks mgapply kame agad ng marriage visa papasok uli d2 is that possible? Hilfst mir bitte...

sherryl said...

hello there, thanks for the information your blog really helps. im getting married to my Filipino bf this dec. he is a permanent resident in Germany actually he is divorced. after our wedding i would like to process my papers as soon as possible. i want to ask if i will need to renew my passport although its not yet expired in applying for a family reunion visa? do the embassy require to change your family name in your passport? thank you so much i hope to hear from you soon...

Anonymous said...

Good day kuya pinoy in germany and to everyone:)

Just wanna ask kuya if when you applied your German Spousal Visa, did the embassy asked you for some documents as a proof of your relationship like letters and others?
Vielen dank!

EditorPinoy said...

Halu,

I did bring pictures and letters but they did not ask for it =) So just bring it just in case.

Anonymous said...

hallo,
did u need to pay php11k for ur documents checking? becoz some applicants didnt have that documents checking,i red it here? i was just a little confused with that...
Vielen dank.. :)

Anonymous said...

hi, anonymous,
isa din acoh s mga ng-ask b4 s blog n ito... and it's so helpful nman and made me positive non' time n ng-aaply p lng acoh...
i'm already here n s Germany! i just want to give an opinion lng s tanong moh... i think, document checkings are needed s mga "applicants" from province s pinas... (case to case basis)! naitanong n din xe ng asawa q yan b4 s Ausländeramt non' time n ng-aaply p lng acoh... una, kpag gling xe s province ang mga documents moh like, proof of singleness and approval of your parents (for fiancee)... they need to check the attorney n ng-testified ng papers moh kng registered nga s DOJ or s mtaas n hukuman... ska kung late registered k din... they need to ask and investigate (C.I.)!
but, kng kasal nman n kyoh... much better ay bgo k mag-apply s Embassy, make sure n maibigay moh ang requirements s tym n yon... to avoid hussle!
case to case basis:
my mga applicant xe n ang mga partner o asawa nila ang nki2pag-communic8 s mga offices (Standesamt and Ausländeramt) d2 s Germany... cla n ang umaackso s lhat ng byarin or d2 n nila binabayaran ang lhat... alm nman ng Embassy kng gnon ang ginwang paraan... at ilan s mga ng-apply n pinoy o pinay n gnon... wla n din bnabayran s Embassy as in 0% tlga!
enwei, like i said, much better n almin nyoh n muna ang mga dpat nyon' punan n requirements b4 mg-apply... sumtyms xe, ndi nyoh n pla kelngan mg-document checking, pro dhil installment ang mga requirements nyoh... ms mgi2ng trabajo lng s Embassy yon at mg-cause p ng delay!
i hope mkatulong ang opinion q?? LoL!

Anonymous said...

hallo, jc,
i wish ndi p huli ang opinion q 4 u? i think ndi n kelngan ng medical or physical check up pra s spouse visa... i think mga au-pair lng ang required don... xe pgdating moh nman d2... u will have an medical insurance (private o government) kelngan kang i-check up! lalo n s private... xe my tinatwag n family doctor d2 n xang mg-che2ck ng lhat at pda2la s insurance company moh ang nging result... so, kng my allergies k kunwari... the insurance will ask n dag2an ang bayad moh xe, kino-cover nman nla lhat ang bayarin ng hospital bill moh!

Cyrille said...

hallo anonymous,
vielen,vielen dank! :D
Me and my husband were a little confused with that thing.And worried too,thinking that it might cause so much time again checking documents.Im not from the province,im living here in manila.All my requirements are complete now.I even got A1 certificate, even im a degree holder.Just want to make sure that everything will be ok,when i apply for my visa.Heheh.I planned to apply on middle of october,kelangan ko kasi muna mag 21 for applying german spouse visa.Im beginning to feel nervous already.

Anonymous said...

thank you for sites like this and hello to everyone.
I have been corresponding with my German boyfriend for a while now and he is going to visit me here for the first time in January 2010.
He will only be staying for 3 weeks and we feel that that is not enough time to prepare for our wedding...(I don't really know...suggestions? comments?...anyone please)
I will be apply for a fiancee visa soon and we will get married there in Germany.
I don't know where to start and what to do...HELP PLEASE.
Thank you and God bless everyone.

Anonymous said...

hallo anonymous,

i think ur bf needs to do things here first... lyk, registration s Standesamt, if u're planning to get married here... the Standesamt will ask for ur papers (NSO Birth Cetificate and translated in German Language)... and give u a date kng kelan kyoh puede ikasal? much better maaga n kyoh mgpa-rehistro s Standesamt d2 pra ms mdali n din s application ng Fiancee Visa moh!

idk how long it takes to get married in the Philippines... But, maybe u should read the Blogger site (http://pinoyingermany.blogspot.com/2008/10/marriage-requirements-in-philippines.html).. pro kng kaya nman ninyo mgpakasal jan s certain time n yon? then do it! much faster xe ang "SPOUSE VISA" to come here!

ang pinaka-mganda ay mag-aral k n muna s Goethe Institut-Makati ng Basic German Language and pass the exam... isa xe xa s pinakamhirap i-produce n requirements, dhil it takes 2 1/2 months din s pag-aaral!

enwei, all the things start here in Germany xe, so, tell ur husband n kng wat plan b ang ga2win nyoh... ok! i wish nkatulong acoh syoh!

to EditorPinoy,

pasintabi lng poh... i just want to give lng my opinion... sobrang na2lungan xe acoh ng blog n i2, and i want to share lng din nman ang opinion q s iba ntin kba2yan!

gudluck to everybody!

leetallod said...

To anonymous..

That's what i'm doing now, buti nalang natanong mo ito.. haha! thanks to EditorPinoy he's right! Next week mag eenroll ako ng german language sa Goethe after studying daw mag eexam then you can apply na for visa, I called the Goethe Institut kahapon, October yung umpisa nung class, here's the address German Cultural Center Manila

4-5/F Adamson Centre
121 Leviste St., Salcedo Village
1227 Makati City, Philippinen

Postadresse:
P.O. Box 1744
Makati Central Post Office
1257 Makati City, Philippinen
Tel.:+ 63 2 8405723-4 / 8170978
Fax:+ 63 2 8170979

Hope to see you there hehe.. then my fiance will go back here on Feb.. for the wedding kahit simple wedding nalang muna kayo wag mo na pag kaabalahan masydo, para makakuha ka agad ng marriage certificate kung dun pa kayo papasakal
dami pang process aasikasuhin both sides.. :) and pag balik nyo dun you can get have the ceremony na ulit.. yung may preparation na talaga :) mahirap pag fiancee visa...

leetallod said...

Thanks EditorPinoy! now i know where to start.. :) this blog will help me a lot! di na ako maguguluhan.. :)

Anonymous said...

Thanks EditorPinoy and leetallod.
Wala na ba talagang exemptions? Do I really have to enroll at the Goethe Institut? My boyfriend insists that I could be exempted. I cannot enroll now because I'm far from Manila (Negros Occidental) and I'm working (a teacher).
All I'm trying to do now is see if I can start processing our marriage license so when he comes most of the papers will be ready...I hope.
This site is really helpful...with the tips and the feeling na hindi ako nag-iisa...

leetallod, it would be great to see you "there" if I can... thanks
To EditorPinoy more power

my best regards to everyone.

federweisser said...

hallo anonymous,

i think, there's no excemption exist now, base on Basic German Language. ja, sumtyms the Embassy will accept ur 4 year course diploma (degree holder)... but then, the Embassy might call u at sa2bihin n kelangan moh p nga ng Basic German Language Diplom... so, nka-hang lng ang papers moh s Embassy at wait p din nla ang Diplom... at mag-cause p ng delay ng process ng papers moh yon! I had a klasmeyt din xe n degree holder, pro aun ng-aral p din cla... much safe tlga n mag-aral n muna at ma-ipasa ang exam! wla nman mwa2la, mas mda2gdagan k p! hehe!

case 2 case basis; i think, kng ndi moh nman afford n mg-aral s Makati, xe ur from "NEGROS OCCIDENTAL"... of course, byad s tuition and upa ng bahay to study for 8 weeks... but, u're already married n s husband moh... and ur husband has no capability also n mpag-aral k din... lyk; he is still studyin' here in Germany or student p xa... i think, he have to go to the Ausländeramt and ask if they might excempt u... and the Ausländermant will give a letter of excemption... and u can pass that on the Embassy as a subtitute ng A.1 Diplom!

i also heard din pla, n kyah required n ang mga pinoy n mag-aral s G.I., xe ndi n xa budgeted ng German Govt... at independent n xa! so, the Govt. gave them a right n i-require n mag-aral tyoh pra s knilang cost or expenses din!

federwiesser said...

to all applicants,

here is a reminder;
i guess, kng confuse kyoh s lhat ng bgay like, requirements for Fianceé Visa, Spouse Visa, etc... much better, ay i-download nyoh ang Visa Application in German Language... and ask ur Partner, Relatives for help... dhil, ndi lhat ng nkasulat s list ng English application ay tugma s hinihinge nilang requirements... xe, my mga German sentences or words n wlang translation s English o ndi maaus ang pag-translate!

so, gudluck to everybody!

Anonymous said...

Hi federweisser,
maraming salamat. I'm really glad na I found this site. Now, I know of so many options to take. The tuition alone is expensive but if it is a requirement, I know that I have no other options and I don't want to give up my job yet because I need my own source of fund too. My boyfriend has a job but he is still studying...
thank you really for all the information.
Maybe we'll meet one day there in Germany :)
My best regards to you and God bless...

Cyrille said...

Hello to ms.teacher anonymous,im sorry i dont know how will i address you,heheh...Regarding to your situation,that u want to get married here in the philippines? your partner in germany need to have the ehefähigkeitszeugnis (legal capacity to marry)..you cannot process your marriage license here in the philippines without the ehefähigkeitszeugnis,its one of the requirements for having marriage license..I think you should talk about this first with your partner...
Hope this help...
:)

Anonymous said...

Hi Cyrille,
thank you, just call me Gee
We have talked about it already and he is doing his part there.
I just hope I'll get all things done in time.

Hi again federweisser,
Thanks for that additional tip. I have downloaded the translated version but I sometimes find it vague. Now I know what to do. Gee :)

thank you everyone :)

federweisser said...

bitte! u're very welcome!

i'm very happy nka2long aq syoh... enwei, gudluck and GOD BLESS US all!!

Cyrille said...

Hallo gee,ur welcome.. :)
hallo federweisser? are u studying in goethe now?

federweisser said...

no, cyrille!

i'm already here in Germany n! i used the name "anonymous" b4, and i was the one who answered ur questions, regarding s document checks... kng tanda moh p? hehe!

enwei, sn b d2 s Deutschland ang mpangasawa moh? gudluck... LoL!

Cyrille said...

Oh sorry.heheh...
We will live temporarily in chemnitz,like 1 year pa siguro...he needs to finish his study/thesis there first,then we will go and live permanently in stuttgart...du?
Do u have friendster/facebook/YM?

federweisser said...

nein, kein problem!

wow! prang ang lau nman ytah ng Chemnitz (Sachsen) from Stuttgart (Baden-Württemberg)... pro ok lng yun'! i been to Stuttgart, pra xang mlaking city s ilalim ng nkapalibot n mountain... cool!

enwei, give me ur email add... and i will add u... ska sn k nga pla s Manila? wat month k ng-aral ng Basic Languange s G.I.?

Cyrille said...

Heres my eadd,
cyrillemendoza@yahoo.com

sa caloocan ako.
June 17-Aug 6,2009 ako sa G.I.

Anonymous said...

Good day to everyone:)

I just would like to ask Kuya Pinoy and everyone else on this forum who shares the same experience with me or knows somebody with same experience. I have this German fiance and we are planning to get married soon as he gets here. But we haven't met in person yet. We just know each other online for few months. Now, I have learned that we might get a problem in getting a spousal visa later if the embassy know how,when, and where we met. That we haven't met in person yet before, it's our first time to meet here and get married right away...How true is this? Now, I am really worried. Please help me. Thank you so much.

Cyrille said...

Hi anonymous,ganyan din ako...
we just met in person this july 2009,then we get married aug. 2009... :)
u dont need to worry,kung legal naman ang mga papers nyo... :)
all u need to do is say the truth on your visa interview... :)

Anonymous said...

hello Cyrille:)

Thank you for the comment..May I know how long have you been talking online? Kc, in our case short time lang kasi. And hindi ko naman gustong magsinungaling. Mas mabuti na yong magsasabi ng totoo. Mas komportable.
Saan ka na pala ngayon? Nasa Germany ka na ba?
Maraming salamat.

Cyrille said...

1 year and 6 months...
Dito pa ko pinas,next month ako apply for visa application...Ganyan din ako sau,may mga nag papayo naman sakin na wag ako mag worried kung legal naman ung mga papers namin...:)

Anonymous said...

Hello Cyrille:)Ah ok cge, thanks po...Kc sa amin mga 6 months lang eh...so it's really short time..Magtatanong nalang ako ng updates sa ng visa application mo..OO nga eh...Kaysa naman you make things up...
Regarding pala sa Basic German Language Lesson eh pwede naman na sa ibang school mag-train diba coz I am from Cebu. SO I am planning to do it here kaysa naman punta pa ako ng Maynila.
Thanks.
God bless you!

Cyrille said...

Hmmm...di ko lang po alam kung may goethe jan,kasi ang tinatanggap lang ng embassy is certificate from goethe...

Anonymous said...

Hindi Goethe iyong school, iba.. pero parang iyong Goethe iyong magbibigay ng exam.

Cyrille said...

Hmmm...di ko lang alam...
twagan mu nalang un goethe dito sa manila,
para mas sure ka..
:D
http://www.goethe.de/INS/ph/map/enindex.htm

Anonymous said...

I have seen that there are quite a lot of filipinas getting married to a foreigner just a few months after meeting them online...Of course there's nothing wrong with it. But I care, and just want to give an advice to know their husbands-to-be better, at least get to know them for a year or so before deciding to marry. Marriage is not just an ordinary decision, your life hangs in there. Before me and my German fiance decided to marry, more than 3 years has passed. Please don't take this wrong. I just care :) Goodluck to everyone!

Anonymous said...

Hello if you want a german teacher who can speak tagalog and who grew up there.Call or txt 09194243198.

Anonymous said...

Im in Quezon City

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

hi good day

i have applied my spouse visum last first week of december...then the embassy told me to have me and my husband marry here in philippines...then last january 18 i have received a letter from the embassy letter of explanation of some files so i have send a letter of explanation to them...im so worried my visa will be rejected/...me and my husband are very worried but we still pray for it hopefully my papers will be ok...willenn@live.co.uk...heres my add hope to hear from you...thank you...god bless

Anonymous said...

u applied for spouse visa,it means you are already married,then why the embassy told you to marry again??

Anonymous said...

hello, Ms Pinay,

Vie here. I am married to a German national and I found site very helpful. I agree with your idea about the DFA Red Ribbon. Are there other requirements before you can have the Red Ribbon? Thank you very much.

Anonymous said...

hi good day. i would like ask for your help of what purpose did you state in your CEMAR? the NSO is asking for the specific purpose. this is one of the requirements kasi for the family reunion visa. is it okey to state for travel abroad or for family reunion visa application? pls help me with my delimma its useless naman po if mali ung purpose ko sa CEMAR. Thanks in advance.

Melanie said...

Hello Ms.pinay!


I'm very confused right now, i have a question. im getting married on march 15 2010 to a british man. his leaving d philippines on june, he will be working at germany 3 years contract.mag apply ako ng marraige visa so i can join him to germany, ang question ko po gaano katagal dapat kameng kasal bago ako mabigyan ng visa? 4 months na kasal kame matagal na po ba yun? pwedi na po ba ako magapply ng marriage visa? Thank you so much. will wait for your reply.
thanks for the help..:)


Ms. M Ayala

federweisser said...

Hallo, Ms. Ayala,

yes, you can apply for a Visa, it doesn't matter how long you have been married. As long as the marriage has been registered with Philippine Authorities.

The processing, however, may take you a long time. The German Consulate may require you to attend a German Language course at the Goethe Institut. They may also require many supporting documents that take time to complete.

Once your husband arrives in Germany, he should immediately discuss the situation with the Foreign Office (Ausländeramt). At the same time you should be completing your application requirements through the German Embassy in the Philippines.

Redbatman said...

To someone who mentioned that it is only the certificate of Goethe who is accepted in the DE emabassy...I am sorry to say this but that is wrong. There are some Deutsch School in the philippines that are accredited in DE embassy. You can check in the website. There are 3 to 4 more school.

Anonymous

Anonymous said...

hi..
good day..
my fiancee is coming back on april..and planning to get visa for me as fiancee going germany..we been 9 years on our relationship..
is't the german embassy will allow me to go there.. or we need to get married first here in philippines. pls reply me thanks..from ms. badorties

Anonymous said...

Good day!

I really like this site as I have the same problem and questions similar to the others. Most of my questions are answered through reading all comments....I'm also engaged to a German (3yrs), planning to get married in few months,got my Goethe diploma here in Singapore and still studying.This is compulsary when applying visa if you are married to a German.I have many friends whose been denied for visas because they're not holding this document.

CHEERS!!!! and good luck to everybody with their documents and visa application.

Singapore

Anonymous said...

Maayong jud...ask nako kung need pa and medical ug physical exam sa pag apply ng spouse visa...??? at need pa ba yung red ribbon ng DFA sa papers moh? salamat jud....

Anonymous said...

hi i would like to share my experience after i applied for a family reunion visa. i was interviewed last Mar.8 this year the embassy doesnt require that your papers have a red ribbon from the DFA. this site helps a lot. it helped me prepared all the needed documents and the interview. i was however required to provide proof for the german language so you really need to enroll yourself for a diploma eventhough i thought i was exempted for having a 4yr degree as what in their website says but i was wrong i even clarify it to the one who interviewed me. anywayz, just a piece of advice, enroll first & have a diploma for the german course to avoid hassle before applying for a family reunion visa.thank you so much for this site. more power and God bless...

federwiesser said...

Anonymous(Mar.15),

hallo, s nta2ndaan q, ndi n kelngan ng Medical pra s pgkuha ng Visa papuntang Germany. I think, pra s mga Au-pairs lng yun'? You will have a Medical Insurance xe d2, which is don n nla i-che2ck kng normal b lgay moh, pgtu2ngtong moh p lng ng Germany. Xe kng my skit k, z.B. ndi nman mlala, allergies o kng anu-ano p yan. The Medical Insurance here will not going to pay the reactions, n dala ng allergies n yan, instead kelngan moh p din mg-extra byad s Insurance pra i-cover nila ang reactions.

Anonymous(Mar.17),

yup! Dpat tlga ready n lhat ng documents before k p mg-apply, puede xe mg-cause yon ng document checking, which is kelngan moh mgbayad ng 12,k ytah. Honestly, lhat nman tyoh ng papunta d2 my mga bf o asawa n German, so why not n, i-download nyoh ang original n "REQUIREMENTS" s German Language, dahil mhirap tlga i-translate ang Language nila mapa-English, Tagalog o ano mang wika. Ask nyoh ang husband nyoh n i-translate nyah pra s inyoh, dhil yun' ang tunay n btayan ng lhat ng Requirements pra s pag-apply.

ciao,

Anonymous said...

hello po... pa guide naman po sa mga inaayos kong papers.

gusto ko po sanang itanong kung kailangan ko pa pong ipa translate ang BC, finality of annulment ko bago ko ipa red ribbon at ipadala sa germany?

salamat po.

federweisser said...

Anonymous (Mar.30),
hallo! I think, my dalawang options k. Puede yan' plan moh n ipa-translate s Pinas ang documents moh, pro make sure n yun' Translator ay certified, then u must need n ipa-Red Ribbon n nga i2 after ng translation.

But, you can send that to ur Partner w/o Red Ribbon at d2 n lng nyah ipa-translate ang document moh. I think, mas valid p xe d2 n nganap ang translation.

You only need a Red Ribbon of ur documents kng s Embassy moh ipa2sa ang documents moh. I want to advise lng n b4 k mg-apply s Embassy, make sure n meron n kyong registration s Standesamt or City Hall d2 at aus n lhat ng documents moh b4 moh p ipasa. Pra maiwasan moh ang hussle, dhil ayw ng mga yan (Embassy, Standesamt...) n mdami trabahuin.

Anonymous said...

hi ask ko lang po yung requirments sa fiance ko pinadala na dito like yung singleness ,at identity card ask ko lang my expiration ba ito kasi dec 14 niya pinadala .may 15 pa ang interview ko sa embassy !plz i need your opinion sa iba ty

Anonymous said...

It says in the German Embassy website, you have 2 options to prove your knowledge on basic German Language:

1. A1 Certificate from Goethe Institut
2. The interview in the German Embassy will be in German language

Anonymous said...

Hello...i would like to inquire and ask if the laws with the spousal visa for a filipina married to a german also applies for a filipina who will marry a half-pinoy half-german who is working in germany?we are planning to get married by december 2010.what do we have to do and should do before marrying?please need an anaswer...
mellany

federweisser said...

Anonymous (May 17),

The law in Germany about Spousal Visa or Fianceé is valid, kpag my Permanent Residence Permit ang husband moh... Ausländer man kyoh prejo, dpat meron xang non'... But still, he can ask n lng ang Standesamt about jan, pra mlaman nyoh lhat ng requirements n kelngan nyong punan... LoL!

Anonymous said...

hi, my boyfriend is half-pinoy and half-german, and he has a dual citizenship. we planning to get married soon here in the philippines and stay in germany for good.. regarding the basic german language certification is there a specific school that i need to secure the certification from or any school that teaches german lang? please shed some light.. jecka

federweisser said...

Hallo,

I see! Citizen nman pla xa... Ja! Meron kyong right or xa n pra mkuha k nyah... Actually, khit WALA nga WORK o STUDENT p minsan asawa nla n German d2... Mdali n din mkpunta, xe Spousal Visa gnawa! Sumtyms they don't need to pay pa s Embassy and everything... LoL! Take note: Lhat dw free? Selbstverständlichkeit! So, u're planning for Spousal Visa nyan, db?

German A1 Certificate? Goethe Institut, Manila... But I heard n meron n nga din dw s iba n accredited n din? Check n lng ntin ang mga list of skuls ngaun s Requirements ng Visa to Germany... With 4 years degree? I don't know kng ng-change ang policy? Xe b4 okey xa, db?

Anonymous said...

hello itatan0ng ko lng po sana if ang cert, of deutsch lang. meron bang expiration... salamat po from laguna

federweisser said...

Anonymous (June 29),
Hallo, I heard, wla nman dw expiration ang Certificate ng A1... But, I also heard, n kelngan k ng sumalang s Interview s German Embassy... z.B. 2mgal n ang time n dpat i-pass moh n i2 s Embassy for ur application, xo ndi moh p gus2 n mg-apply that time? The thing is; The Embassy must Interview you n, in sense n kng nta2ndaan moh p mga naaral moh? That is what I heard... LoL!

lhaine said...

hello po, first, thanks to this blog, naging guide ko sa pagsasaaus ng papers ko... and share ko na din po ang experience ko...

kapag spouse visa po ang inaplayan, no visa fee po... prebilehiyo po un sa mga asawa na ng german national...

University Degree holder po ako pero ni require pa rin nila ang german language... mas mabuti po kung sa Goethe Institute na kau mag enroll, 17.5k lang per package (a1.1 : a1.2 : a1.3) sa last 3 days ng course nirereview nila ang studs para sa mga posibleng maging tanong sa exam... i was so scared that time, kala ko nga di ko maipapasa ung exam but thanks to Cyrille's encouragement and tips...

sa interview po sa embassy, hindi naman po ako na interview tungkol sa language or kinausap ako using german language... i just presented them ung A1 certificate ko and thats it... karaniwan po kasi pag spouse, personal na tanong lang tungkol sa inyo ng partner nyo... got my visa approved within 3 weeks (including my kid from first marriage, no adoption done)...

ang ginawa po namin ng hubz ko, lahat ng documents ko pina red-ribbon, scanned all of them and pinadala ko sa hubby ko then he printed them at ipinag-compile sa isang folder saka po sya nakipag set ng meeting sa Auslanderbehörde, so before pa po ma send ng embassy dito sa pinas ang application ko meron na po silang copy dun... and make sure po na kapag nagset kau ng appointment sa embassy, complete na lahat ng papers na dapat ipasa para wala ng abala at mejo sabayan po ng pag follow ng inyong mga partner...

good luck po sa ibang waiting pa...
god bless po.

federweisser said...

Lhaine,

I think, I can't say n privilege n mta2wag kpag wlang nbayaran s Embassy... Which is true, no visa fee nga... Xe ang iba q din nki2la d2, wla din bnyaran... But, depende p rin xa s situation... I have a friend with a student husband and she applied last year... No fees, and so fast! But, in sense, her husband paid here... So, it wasn't free at all! I guess, depende s income ng mga npa2ngasawa ntin... But, I just want to say lng that there's no such free and "privilege"... LoL! All the things goes well bco's cnunod moh ng maaus ang requirements... Nkiisa kyoh s hiling ng City Hall at Ausländeramt... At don' nging mdali ang agos ng papers moh... Actually, I applied Fianceé Visa and I just only waited for 4 weeks... Cguro God's will lng tlga! Hehe!

Anonymous said...

hello federweisser , gusto ko pong magtanong sau tungkol sa papers ko if need ba ipa-redribbon ang mga ducuments ko kc problimatic po ang aking birth cert,, ako po ay late registered at mag-aaply po ako fiancee visa.. i feel sad sa mga ducuments ko dahil baka e-deny lang ako sa embassy... kc nabasa ko sa blog mo nag-fiancee visa ka rin before... kc sbi nila ang embassy daw and magsasabi if ipa-redribbon or hindi. sana po magreply po kau asap...dis week ko balak mag-apply,,thank you... from Laguna

federweisser said...

Anonymous (July 2),

Hallo! Okey! Ndi xe "Late Registered" ang Birth Certificate q... But, I have a lot of friends n dumaan jan... Every documents xe tlga dpat ipa-Red Ribbon moh n... Pra ms sure k n din kng hilingin man o ndi... But, I guess, required tlga! Fianceé Visa kamo! So u need a "Proof of Singleness", also, which means n dpat pumunta k s Notary or Attorney, then ipunta moh ng Justice Court ska ipa-DFA Red Ribbon moh... Much better cguro n kung s Quezon City Hall k n mgpa-Notary and everything... I heard xe sken friend, na she's originally came from Province, somewhere in North Luzon... She got her "Proof of Singleness" and "Proof of Residency" s Quezon City Hall nga... Then, nging mdali din ang pg-aaus nyah...

About your "Late Registered" B-Certificate... Don't worry... The Embassy will ask you for Document Check, n kelngan moh mgbyad ng almost P.12k at my drating din n C.I. s inyo... But, s case moh... Kelngan moh tlga mg-wait... Mdami cla dpat aucn s papers moh...

Pro ms mka2buti kng bgo k mg-apply, everthing here n s Germany nka-aus n... What I mean, sna mkipag-communicate n din yun' Fianceé moh d2 (City Hall at Ausländeramt)... So that, they are already informed n, b4 your application...

Did u already gave ur NSO Birth Certificate s Fianceé moh, pra ipa-transl8 muna at ipasa sna d2 s City Hall? He need to register xe muna d2... Pra in a way, n ma2lungan din kyoh ng City Hall d2, n i-pursue n ang mgi2ng takbo ng papers moh... Mtagal xe kng aasahan moh lng ang Embassy, puede p tlga mg-cause ng sobrang delay...

Anonymous said...

hello federweisser, pwedi magchat n lng tau para maintindihan ko lahat... pwedi chat tau sa yahoo ito yahoo ko elsa_solamo see you there and thank you....

Anonymous said...

Good day sa lahat..",)
I read all the blog here and even talked to honorary consul about visa this morning..
It was just that, don't know and can't decide what's best will fits for me. Can I ask for help?
My bf want me to apply for Visa so I can be with him in Germany the sooner possible way, Applying for Marriage would be the best choice however we've known each other for quite almost 3 months; able to visits me here twice. So both decided not to get marriage upon this stage.
Please let me know, what kind of visa will be good? accordingly, tourist would be not easy. Please advise if ever the next time, its easy for me to apply for permanent visa na.
So confused.. =(

federweisser said...

Anonymous (July 16),

I think, kung meron ka pang "DOUBT" na magpakasal agad because you known this person for quite 3 months pa lang... Actually, tama din ang desisyon mong yan... Mahirap naman kasi talaga madaliin ang lahat and it's not very easy din kasi na makapunta dito, as what you said na nga din sa Tourist Visa... I recommend na i-try mo ang Fianceé Visa and do all the requirements... It takes time din naman, and in that case pwede mo pang makilala ng husto ang BF mo... LoL!

In my experience, I had a lot of friends na nahihirapan sa situation non' dumating na sila dito... Me, myself and I, nararamdaman ko din yan... We have a lot of differences kasi sa Foreigner Partners at sa bagay na iyan, nagkakaroon ng misunderstanding... Pero depende pa din naman siguro yan sa bawat individual, kung paano i-handle ang relationship... LoL!

I guess, much better to know this person deeply... Nang malaman mo din kung hanggan' saan ang kayang ibigay ng tao ito sa iyo... Not only Finacial but sa lahat-lahat ng aspeto, na masisiguro mong magiging masaya ka s a piling niya... LoL!

Anonymous said...

check ka jan!
Am glad, was not the only one who's feeling same.
Thanks for the words of wisdom. LOL!
Helps lot.

Will keep an update here if ever.
thanks ederweisser for the feedback.
Appreciate it.

federweisser said...

Anonymous (July 18),

You are very WELCOME!!! LoL!!!

Anonymous said...

hi po, im here in Germany right for two months visit visa and i also was married in Denmark last week. Ask ko lang po if what to do next, i mean what papers i have to fix to stay here in Germany longer. If also, i can fix my papers here and how? can u help me, coz me and my hubby really dont know what to do next. Appreciate any help. thanks!

federweisser said...

Anonymous (August 15),

Siguro mas makakabuti, kung ipunta niyo na sa Cityhall or Standesamt ang Documents ng Marriage niyo... Actually, my friend and her Hubby was planned that, also... She had a Fianceé Visa galing sa German Embassy sa Pinas, but her Hubby nga want na magpakasal sila sa Denmark... Don't know why? Pero tinanggihan sila ng Denmark na gawin ang kasalan don, so nagbalik sila dito at dito na rin kinasal...

Kung dala mo naman lahat ng Documents mo z.B. Birth Certificate usw... Baka mas makadali sayo kung hilingin man nila na-ipa-translate mo pa sa German Language lahat... But, atleast dala moh!

For me, ipunta mo na ang papers niyo at i-try na parehistro sa Standesamt, kasi hindi ko din alam kung ire-rehistro nila dito yan, xe ang alam ko kapag Tourist Visa naman, equivalent ng Schengen Visa na din, so allow ka na magpunta every Schengen Country at magpakasal na din siguro... Pero mautak din kasi ang German Govt. at ang Law ay napaka-strict... May posibility na bumalik ka sa atin, at mg-apply ng Spouse Visa! At ibgay lahat ng Requirements na hiniling nila sa time na mag-apply ka?

Anonymous said...

Hi to everyone.Thanks to this site.Maka share at makahingi po ako ng advice.Through my experienced.Totoo na mahirap mag apply nang tourist visa. Dahil wala raw akong balikan na anak o asawa dito sa pinas. Nag apply po ako nang tourist visa this year. Na deny po. Kaya ang fiancee ko po ang pumunta dito. Mag aral muna ako nang German language bago mag re apply nang bagong visa. Ilan buwan ang gap bago mag apply uli? Fiancee visa na po sa susunod. Mula Panay po ako, naghahanap pa ng school na mapapasukan. Sana po mabigyan nyo ako nang advice. Maraming salamat.Kutit

Anonymous said...

hello i nedd some advise from you here im apllying a fiance vvisa tapos na yung interview ko all my documents is ok .my fiance go to there auslandernehorde to check but really dis appointed they say they dont accept annulment and they also say filipinos magpa annul lang para maka pag asawa nag white ! its really hurts for me and unfair in my side kaya ako nag pa anull kasi iniwan ako nag akin asawa dahil mag anak na siya sa iba they have 2 kids im 41 yrs old now im waiting my anultment for 4 yrs then the result now my visa not aprove .my husband is from mammhiem they are so strick ... plz anyone here can help me what we will do ? thanks

Anonymous said...

hello sa inyu sana i share ko lang nag problem ko ako ay nag pa anull 4 yrs waiting ako sa awa ng dios natapos na // after that nag aplly ako nag fiance visa interview ko last 2 weeks ago . i was dis appointed kasi yung fiance ko pumunta sa kanilang auslandebehorde to check my documents ... they say they dont accept anullment unfair naman sa side ko at sabi pa nila filipina raw nagpapa anull para lang makapag asawa ng white ..bakit ganun ? kaya ako ng aplly kasi nan dyan sa kanilang reguirments yung fiance ko nasa mammhiem very strick daw sila .sana anybody can help us or advise what will i do or my fiance what hewil do there .salamat

federweisser said...

Anonymous (Sept. 5),

Hallo! I think, normal naman sa ating bansa ang Annulment, kasi we don't have a Divorce like them. Totoo nakakasad nga yun' sinabi nila. But, in this matter, check moh ang meaning ng Annulment. It says, is a legal procedure for declaring a marriage null and void. Meaning, wala ng valid ang kasal mo sa dati mong asawa. Pero, depende talaga kasi siya sa bawat States and Cities dito. Kaya marami din nagsasabi na ang mga German ay sadyang "STUBBORN".

I guess, much better na sa Pinas na kayo magpakasal. Tutal wala ng bisa ang Marriage mo sa last Partner mo. In sense, kapag Marriage Contract na ang ipapasa ng Fiancé mo sa Ausländerbehörde, baka may chance na matakpan ang mga papers at maging maganda sa paningin nila ang mga documents mo.

Well, h'wag ka ng ma-sad. Masyado lang silang strict sa mga bagay na yan. Dahil madami din kasi na Foreigner like us dito na ilan taon na hindi pa rin maka-communicate sa kanila. Integrated b? But, hindi naman natin kasalan kung magustauhan tayo ng mga European. Kasi sadyang maganda lang tayo. Hehe!

Ask your Fiancé sa Standesamt first, kung allow or ma-credit ang mga documents mo. Doon kasi kinakasal muna. Sa Ausländerbehörde nakuha naman ang Residency. But, try niya mag-ask ng mag-ask, dahil kung ang iba nga nakakapunta, with that situation, ikaw pa kaya? LoL!

Anonymous said...

maraming salamat sa iyong advise sa totoo lang till now sad pa rin ako but im trying to happy hindi pa rin ako nawalang nag pag asa .. ask ko lang ano ba ang standesamt ? ano rin ang auslanderbehorde ? para ma explain ko sa fiance ko baka makatulong sa kanya to follow up again ! thnak you so much for you advised !

federweisser said...

Anonymous (Sept. 7),

Ang Standesamt ay City Hall, kung saan puede ka magpakasal, rehistro ng birth, etc, parang sa atin din sa Pinas... Ausländeramt or Ausländerbehörde ay parang DFA sa atin, kung saan inaasikaso nila ang mga Foreigners...LoL!

Pero try moh din kaya kumuha ng CENOMAR sa NSO, kasi yun din ang katibayan na hindi ka na married sa atin dyan sa Pinas... Tapos yan ang ipasa niyo dito sa Standesamt or City Hall... Much better, kung mag-ask muna Fiance mo doon, para malaman ang mga requirements na dapat mo munang i-submit dito, at ang mga dapat mo din i-submit sa Embassy diyan sa Pinas... LoL!

Anonymous said...

hello, ask ko lang po if how to report my marriage from denmark, im already back in the philippines and will apply now for spouse visa. How long will it takes so i can get the NSO marriage certificate and can i apply for the visa already while waiting for the records in NSO? . thanks for the help GOd bless.

Anonymous said...

hello po advise lang sana ako im aplyying fiance visa counter 2 give me a paper ibigay ko raw sa fiance ko para follow up niya sa stamdesamt nila yung isa my x means yung ang kulang ko .. nagtaka lang ako kasi yung friend apply rin siya fiance visa counter 2 humingi sa kanya nag health insurance bakit sa akin hindi ? iba iba ba ang mga requirements

federweisser said...

Anonymous (Sept.25),

Ja, siguro iba-iba nga! Kasi sa akin noon' kailangan ko pa daw ng Document Checking... So, binigay ko din sa asawa ko yun' copy na ibinigay sa akin ng Embassy... But, the Standesamt here, na din ang nagsabi na hindi ko na kailangan ng Document Checking... Bago kasi ako nag-apply before... Complete na lahat ng Requirements ko, maging German Language Certificate A1, meron na! At before pa noon' nag-ask na din ng information ang asawa ko sa Standesamt about sa lahat ng Requirements na dapat i-send ko dito that time... So, naging mabilis ang takbo ng papaers ko, kasi mismo pa ang Standesamt ang nag-fax sa Embassy na i-send na ang Application ko sa kinila, kasi ayos at madali na daw para sa kanila ang pag-aayos ng lahat! 6 weeks after I applied, I got my Fianceé Visa... I wrote na din kasi dito yun' ginawa kong application before... Check mo na lang uli, kung ganon din ginawa mo?

Anonymous said...

hi ask ko lang po after sa interview yung documents na binigay natin sa manila embassy ipapadala ba nila sa stamdesamt kung saan nakatira yung fiance natin ? kasi in my case my fiance pumunta sa stamdesamt nila and sabi daw hindi sila mag imail kung walang documents na makikita nila my fiance send me a paper from there stamdesamt i need to pass all my doucments aside from manila embassy .. nalilito na ako kasi lahat nag original nasa manila embassy na ! plz help me ano dapat gawin ko or ang fiance ko ba ang nagkamali sa pag info sa kanilang stamdesamt ?mag 2 months na ako antay sa visa till now wala pa ang sa akin gusto mapadali baka ma belongs ako sa 6 months waiting kasi sabi nag iba dapat follow up always sa stamdesamt .

Anonymous said...

Hi anonymous,wag ka masyado mag alala,ang mga documents na pinasa mu sa german embassy sa pilipinas ipapadala nila yan sa ausländerbehörde (foreign department) kung saan nakatira ang asawa mo.Minsan natatagala lang talaga, dahil sa marami din ang ang aaply cguro. Kapag natanggap na ng foreign department ang mga papers mu galing sa german embassy sa pilipinas,kokontakin naman nila ang asawa mo.

Anonymous said...

maraming salamat sa info ninyu dito nakaka tulong talaga today my fiance imail me naka recieved na daw siya ng letter from there cityhall sana goodnews na yun .august 28 yung last na interview ko he has a appointment this afternoon im hoping yun na ..God bless

Anonymous said...

hello anonymous san nakatira husband mo? sana goodnews.Basta manalangin kalang.Lahat ay posible.

Anonymous said...

hello yung fiance ko nasa mannhiem siya nakatira dis week antay na ako sa tawag ng embassy sana ito na ! ... ikaw taga saan ka sa germany sana kitakita tayu ..salamt sa mga reply mo makes me happy .thank very much

Anonymous said...

Hello, Good day to everyone here...

I read all the message and comments here..I hope you can help me too...Andito ako sa Thailand ngtrabho. My BF is a German and nagkita na kami didto sa Thailand last March this year lang. Taga Cebu ako...Plano nami ng BF ko mag apply nang visa para mag kita ulit early next year...Anong visa dapat applyan ko papuntang Germany na madali para sa akin kasi andito ako sa Thailand alin sa mga ito fiancee visa, visit visa, student visa? Please give me an advice and it would be helpful to me...Salamat sa tanan....Please reply soon....God bless to everyone here!

Hope

Anonymous said...

hello anonymous.advice ko sayo ay fiancee visa or tourist visa. student visa ay napaka komplikado, isa pa, ang tunay na pakay mu ay makasama ang iyong bf.

Anonymous said...

salamat sa response at advice....pwede ba ako mag aply dito sa Bangkok ng Fiancee visa papunta GErmany? Kasi hindi ako sure nito kung pwede...Kung sino dito my kilala or experience before pleas advice me...Maraming salamat po.....

Anonymous said...

hello po ask lang sana ako im applying fiance visa im coufusing alin ang totoo nag mag aplly ako ng fiance visa i pay 60uero kapag spuosal visa daw magbayad ka ng 200uero kapag aprove na yung visa mo ? is this true ? right now im comfuse my fiance pay 200 euro pero fiance visa ang inaplayan ko iba iba siguro ang rules .

federweisser said...

Anonymous (Nov. 9, Nov. 10 = Bangkok),

Ano ba kasi ginagawa mo sa Bangkok? Ask ko lang? Working ka ba diyan o Tourist lang din? Okay! Kung Tourist ka lang diyan, H'wag ka ng magtangka mag-apply diyan, papuntang Germany... Bumalik ka ng Pinas at mag-apply ka sa Embassy for Tourist Visa din... Ang risk na mangyayari, ay hindi mgandang panghawakan moh pa... May tendencies na ma-banned ka pa, diba? Okay! Kung working ka din diyan... Bka puede ka humingi ng tulong sa Employer mo, n bigyan ka ng authorization? Mhirap kasi tlga mag-advise... Sabi mo, nasa Thailand ka... Anong ginagawa moh diyan? Kasi kung Pinay ka pa din, pero may Residence Permit ka na diyan... Diyan ka n mag-apply, kasi as a Residents ng isang Country, Govt. na din diyan ang tutulong sayo... I hope, i-clear mo din yun' Situation?

Anonymous said...

hello federweisser, bangkok is the capital of thailand. :)

hello pinay from thailand. May kakilala ako na ginawa yan, but not in thailand. Naging ok naman ang processing nya, kaya ang advice ko sayo, visit german embassy website dyan sa thailand, im sure may makukuha kang information dun kung paano ang iyong gagawin.Hope makatulong ito.

federweisser said...

Anonymous (Nov.12),

Malamang alam ko ang Thailand at capital nito... :-) The question is, this person from Bangkok, Thailand na isa din Pinay, askin' for help! So, gusto nila uli magkita ng BF niya... So, what's the point?

federweisser said...

Anonymous (Bangkok, Thailand),

Halli Hallo!
In my personal view, I think, much better to ask for help sa BF mo, kung maari ka din diyan sa Thailand mag-apply for Tourist Visa... He can ask naman sa place niya, what to do, eh... If possible na diyan ka ma-issue-han ng Tourist Visa... As I read sa info na binigay mo (inulit-ulit ko na, pra malinaw), na nagwo-work ka naman diyan... As I said din, baka puede ka mkahingi ng Authorization sa Employer mo? I think, he or she is the one, na responsible sayo diyan... Para makapag-apply ka, then babalik ka nga din sa kanila upang magpatuloy mag-work... Kasi sa narinig ko, nowadays, napakihirap na din kasi mag-apply sa Pinas ng Tourist Visa, eventhough marami na din Properties na napapakita ang iba natin kababayan... And besides, every Year, nagbabago ang Policies maging sa Fiancee Visa or any Visa...

Regarding sa Fiancee Visa, Nasabi mo na diyan ka nagwo-work, so, Working Permit ang pinanghahawakan mo... At may mga bagay na limited lang gawin (I hope you know, what I mean)... I recommend you, na bumalik ka talaga sa Pinas and mag-apply for Fiancee Visa... Kapag nararamdaman mo na settled na din ang relationship moh sa BF mo...

Hindi ko naman gusto na ma-lose Hope ka, but, Germany is so strict... Lalo na ngayon na gusto din nila yata nila i-limit ang pagdami ng mga Foreigners dito, because some of them, "Arbeitlos" (walang trabaho)...

But, mas makakabuti, kung kayo ng nasabi mong BF or ang Bf mo ang humingi ng madaming advices dito, to make sure na magiging mas maayos ang daloy ng pag-apply mo... Magiging matagal nga lang at kailangan mo mag-wait talaga... As Germans says, "Langsam aber sicher!"

Anonymous said...

hello po!
ask ko lang about po sa Security questionnaire,kc po meron don naka lagay in boxes true or false tapos please explain eh paano po kung ang lahat don hindi naman nagawa kailangan pa ba isulat ung explanation? please reply me thank you

have a nice day and god bless

Anonymous said...

Hello po,ask ko lang saan ba mas madali makakuha ng visa kung dito po kami sa pilipinas magpapa kasal ng fiance ko or s Germany nalang?
Hindi kasi na aaproved ng emabssy ang application ko as tourist going Germany this december sana, kaya dito nalang magpu punta ang fiancee ko. Thanks..Liza ng Mindoro

Anonymous said...

Hello anonymous November 12,ang alam ko kung false and answer mo yun ang dapat e explain mo taz kung true nman no need to explain...yan ang pagkaka intindi ko sa Security questioner kasi ng fill up dn ako..But correct me if I am wrong kung sino nman jan ang mei experience na.tenkyou poh..

Jandre

federweisser said...

Anonymous/Liza (Nov.27),

Hindi naman malaki ang diperensya ng Fianceé Visa at Spouse Visa... Kasi kailangan din naman gawin lahat ng Requirements na hinihingi ng Embassy... But, medyo madali nga lang ang process ng Spouse Visa, kung magagawa mo din ng maayos o walang hustle... Maging ang Fianceé Visa din naman! Pero kung Late Registered ang Birth Certificate mo, then, gusto mo mag-Fianceé Visa? Magtatagal talaga ito, kasi madami pang dapat i-Document Check... I'm not sure din, kung magpakasal ka sa Pinas ay matatakpan niya ang Late Registration mo? Kasi papalitan niya na ang Family Name mo, maging Passport, eh?

Anyway, both Visa naman kailangan mo pa din gawin ang mga Requirements... Depende na lang sayo kung saan mo nanaisin... Pero, kung security lang din naman ang mahalaga... Magpakasal ka diyan para atleast kahit malayo pa kayo sa isa't-isa, alam mo na siya na ang asawa mo, dahil sa pangakong sinumpaan niyo, db? Hehe... LoL!

I wish you all the best na lang... Always pray and ask for guidance kay Lord... Kasi, kapag hiniling naman natin through prayers, madidinig Niya ito... God Bless!

Anonymous said...

Hello poh its meh Jandre again:)
ask ko lng sana if the same lng ba yung Parental advice at Parents act of reverence?sabi kasi ng fiance ko na isa din na requirements ang Parents act of reverence sabi ng civil registar nila..
At isa pa nalilito dn ako kasi hnd sinabi ng civil registrar nila na kailangan ipa red ribbon ang mga documents ko..ang sabi lng nila ay ang original....ok lng ba yun?
Thanks poh

Anonymous said...

i think its ok kahit hindi na red rebbon kasi ako nag file nga fiance visa hindi na red reboon yung mga documents ko i write imail sa manila embassy hindi na daw kailangan pa as long original ang mga documents mo . yung lang ang ma ishare ko im so thankful aprove namn ang visa ko with out red rebbon or contak ka sa manila embasyys to make it sure

Anonymous said...

thanks for the reply and Congratz approve na visa mo:)God bless nlng and be safe always^_^

pinkz said...

Hello po! I have a boyfriend of 3 years dito sa Pinas. Pumunta na siya sa Germany 3months ago kasi dad niya german, that makes him a german citizen, right? just want to ask for opinions lang po..kung pwede na ba ako mag-apply for fiance visa kahit 3 months pa lang siya doon? wala pa siyang work at nag-aaral pa lang ng german language dun. at ano mas madali fiance visa o uwi siya dito this year at dito kami magpakasal sa pilipinas then apply for spouse visa? plano kasi namin this year sana magkasama na kami doon sa Germany. Hoping for your reply..:)

Anonymous said...

pinkz, how old are you na ba? and where are you from? Kasi yung bf mo 3 months pa lang siya doon at wla pang work! eh sino mag sponsor sa yo? Dapat meron ipapakita ang bf mo na kaya ka nyang panindigan if nasa germany kana. Like my husband, ipinakita nya yung proof of income nya at proof of lease.

Anonymous said...

hindi pa naman ngayon agad.hehe may minimum income ba dapat yung bf ko? like how much ba dapat ung i-earn ya per month? nagtatanong tanong pa lang para pag dumating yung time na yun atleast may idea na kami kung papano..hehehe thank you po sa reply..:)

Anonymous said...

I dont know if how much yung minimum. siguro malaki. kasi parang dyan nila ma babase if kaya kanyang panindigan.

federweisser said...

Pinkz (January 5, 2011),

I think, much better to do ay ipatanong mo sa BF mo sa Standesamt at Ausländerbehorde, kung puede ka bang i-apply as Fianceé Visa ng BF mo... Sila lang ang makakapagsabi, kung papayagan ka o hindi... About sa finances naman, oo at importante talaga yon, kasi, sino nga naman magbabayad ng finances niyo, if ever na andito ka na?

Pero, I knew some people na nagpakasal sila sa Pinas, tapos mga partner nila Student pa din naman... Ayon, at nakarating din naman dito! Puede kong sabihin, na magandang idea din na sa Pinas ka na magpakasal, tapaos mag-apply ka for Spouse Visa...

I think, puede din naman matulungan ng Parents ng BF mo siya... So, best way to do is ask the offices dito... Para mas sure kayo sa mga bagay na dapat gawin niyo...

pinkz said...

Thank you so much sa replies niyo..:) as of now ang plano namin save muna kami para sa kasal namin dito sa Pinas..tapos uwi siya dito next year siguro para magpakasal.then babalik xa dyan siguro may trabaho na siya kahit papano next year..at the same studying din..at dito lang muna ako..kung kelan na nakasave na kami both un na ang time na magprocess ako ng spouse visa..ok lang ba yung plano namin?

at tanong ko pa pala kung may expiry ba ang a1 certificate? like 1 year lang ba valid yun? hehe

thanks po sa lahat ng advices..:)

pinkz said...

What if tourist visa lang muna? mga ilang buwan ba ako pwede magstay dun? kailangan din ba ng a1 certificate para mag-apply ng tourist visa? at mas mahirap ba yun keysa fiance o spouse?

federweisser said...

Pinkz,

A1 Certificate? Sabi naman ng Goethe Institut non' time namin, wala naman itong expiration, eh! Pero narinig ko din sa iba, na kailangan mo na yatang mag-under-go sa Interview (just to know na naaalala mo pa ang inaral mo)...

Plan (niyo)? Nasa inyo naman yan dalawa ng BF mo, eh... Mahirap naman mag-advice, kasi mas may karapatan kayo sa desisyon na dapat gagawin, diba? Pero, gaya ng nasabi ko... Baka mas marami pa kayong info na malaman, kung ipupunta niyo at itatanong sa City Hall at Foreign Office sa place ng BF ang situation niyo, diba? Ayoko din masyadong paasahin ka... But, who knows? Wala naman yata dito sa Blog ang Abogado o Attorney, o kaya nagtra-trabaho sa Alien Offices ng bawat City dito sa Germany...

Ang sa akin lang, credible ang Blog na ito... Pero hindi lahat ng napagdadaanan natin ay magkatulad sa bawat isa (siguro hawig)... At don kailangan natin ang mga Partner natin o kakilala sa Germany na sila ang humingi ng maraming info sa mga Offices dito, dahil ito ang tama at mas makakatulong... Hindi ang propesiya ng bawat nakakabasa...

pinkz said...

Thank you so much federweisser for taking time to reply to my inquiries..I'll look this up again when the time comes na a-apply na ako ng visa..at least now I have the information that I need. Thank God for sites like this..:)

Anonymous said...

helo,,this is chenita,,
pwedi po bang mag tanong or give me some advice,
ano po ba mas ok dito sa pinas magpakasal o sa germany?pwedi po ba yong magpapakasal kame sa germany then i will go to philippines and stay for 1 yr kasi im still studying,,give me some advice ,,ano mas the best the suggestion

lyn said...

how can i apply working visa in germany??,,rply pls

blue said...

Hello po... I'm filing my family reunion visa but unfortunately, I have a lacking doc, which is the Informal invitation??? Don't have an idea po kung ano ba dapat nka lagay sa letter???. Hope you can give me some ideas with this! Hoping for your reply soon.

Thanks and Have a Good day!

federweisser said...

Chenita (Jan.15),

Hi! Para sa aking opinion, mas makakabuti na matapos mo din ang pangkasalukuyang inaaral mo diyan sa Pinas, kasi kahit hindi lahat ng inaral natin sa Pinas ay nare-recognize dito (dahil sa mataas ang Standard ng Education nila at iba ang ways ng pag-aaral dito)... Kahit papaano makatulong pa din na mabigyan ka ng Zertifikat, kung hanggan' saan ang aabutin ng Diploma mo na galing sa Pinas at makakatulong upang kung gustuhin mo na dito mag-aral uli... Magagawa mo na maipagpatuloy ang bagay na yon...

Ano ang mas mabuting paraan? Well, pareho natin pag-isipan... Kapag dito mo gusto magpakasal? Of course, hindi rin naman basta-basta na magkakaroon ka na agad ng Fianceé Visa, diba? Syempre, kailangan mo muna dumaan sa mga proseso at may tendency na magtagal ang application mo... At that time, puedeng matapos mo na din ang pag-aaral mo diyan...

Kapag diyan ka naman magpapakasal? Same procedure din naman... At kailangan ipasa mo pa din ang mga needs para sa application... But the things is, married na kayo! And once na mabigay mo ng maayos ang lahat ng kailangan para sa pag-a-apply ng Spouse Visa, weeks na lang ang bibilangin mo at madali ka na din makakapunta dito... Kasi, ipapa-rehistro mo nalang naman ang kasal niyo sa Cityhall ng city ng magiging asawa mo, eh! At hindi mo na kailangan magpa-appointment para sa date ng kasal niyo, kung magfi-Fianceé Visa ka...

At siguro, hindi na papayag ang Govt. ng Germany na magtagal ka ng 1 year sa Pinas, if ever na makapunta ka na dito... Kasi, you have a right to stay na... So, parang magiging foreigner ka na sa atin... Which is 3 Months na lang ang allow tayo mag-stay or else, baka alisin ang ibinigay na privilege na mag-stay ka sa Germany, kapag nagkataon...

federweisser said...

Lyn (Jan.15),

I think much better, magtanong ka sa mga Agencies sa Pinas... What kind of job ba ang gusto mong applyan papuntang Germany? I heard kasi, na may age-limit ang Au-Pair dito, which is 22 or 23 years old lang yata... Puede ka din naman yata magtanong sa Embassy...

Anonymous said...

Hi ask ko lang po if kelangan pa ng informal invitation pag mag-aaply ng spouse visa.. kasi ung isanf friend ko, hinanapan daw sya... Whats the use of this invitation and paano po ito ginagawa? thanks...

Anonymous said...

hallo, guten tag. been reading a lot of the blog today its my first time to go inside this site.had already bookmark it. got the same problem with others. german are to strict. i just apply a fiance visa last january 18. got all documents ready for them except the german language course but i told them will start the A1 on the 27th of the same month. am now currently studying at goethe-institut. last week the foreign affair in germany nearby his place called him. he went there and they ask him for a 5000 euro security money to be deposit but u will get back the money. so all has been paid. then he ask them to write the cityhall in his place so we can apply for a marrige at city hall. yesterday they called my fiance to go tocity hall. he went there today and they told him he had to pay 200euro for checking of documents again back in philippines. i really dont understand why the embassy in manila cant prove the authentication of papers and me.coz been going abroad often times and i dont have any bad records wasnt it enough proof that your documents are real and its u. my cousin try to write them a letter she is director of one of goverment institution and she cant send her email using her goverment website or headletter so her secretary do it. my question is does it really takes 4months starting today to check a documents. i am impatient now. its causing me all the stress. i actually apply last year first for tourist but they say i wont comeback dont have kids, blahblah. we plan to marry this summer. what is the best way to make the documents checking easy. advise advise.i am planning to go to embassy next week to talk about it. thank u so much and hope to hear from u soon.

Anonymous said...

hello anonymous i dont know exactly what causing you stress? yung documents mo nasa germany na, at inaayos na, so? ano pang ikina woworry mo? hehe. advice ko lang sayo ay, have patience. Lahat naman ng documents mo e legal for sure. so nothing to worry.

Anonymous said...

dont make stress just wait bad or good ka kung dapat i checking documents ka mag antay ka 4 to 6 months ang processing nila dito sa manila then kanila rin kung ok ba ang mga documetns mo after that ipadala namn na dito sa pinas to make it sure kasi dalhin pa nila yun sa court nila nothing to worry comeple kna nman

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ladycroix said...

hi! this site was indeed helpful, i would like to ask some queries,I visited germany with my boyfriend and now my husband last 2009 and my visa was tourist visa.We got married december last year, We are planning to go back to germany but i was hesitant because i dont know what kind of visa i would need to apply for, I only would like to visit germany and stay there for a couple of months,Which visa is better a spouse visa or a tourist visa?Which one is easier to obtain?
Your idea is highly appreciated.tnx!

Priceless said...

@Anonymous of feb 3, 2011

I was like you before, my fiance (now husband) wanted to get me before for tourist going to DE but i got denied last yr. for the same reason like you, no enough proofs that your coming back in PH nga daw. so what we did was we just planned our marriage, i have prepared all requirements he need to get his legal capacity to marry after 2months he got it already, and this checking na sinasabi mo, as long as na ok lahat papers mo, including registration of birth cert mo is ok, wala kayo magiging problema, mablis lang, but for example late registerd ang birth cert mo or illigetimate or whatsoever cases na makikita nila as discrepancy, automatic magchecheck sila ng documents mo and this is the one that will take 4-6 months. but as long as ok lahat papers mo, mablis lang yan ^^ my husband and i just got married last jan 3, i have set an appointment on the embassy via call center last feb 12 then i got an appointment of feb 15, 3weeks ago my husband got a mail that my papers will be arriving there already in DE so probably anytime this week nsa foreign office na yun application ko, and hopefully dadating na visa in around few weeks ^^

trisha said...

hi, nkita ko tong add mo and sana makatulong ka for my question. my german bf is already here last month. we plan to get married here but his papers is lacking he didnt get his legal capacity certificate. we call in standesamt in their country but they will not give if i have no papers to give them too a proof that i am single and a place where i am living and my identification copy which is my passport. and they tell it would take 6 weeks. is it really needed my papers to give to them so that they can issue a legal capcity to my bf. and is it really needed to take up german course even if we are married. pls help me. thanx

Anonymous said...

Hallo Trisha
ouh kailangan talaga na yung documents mo para makakuha cia ng Legal Capacity of marriage..sa ngayun ng antay ako sa Legal Capacity niya,Hopefully this May madala na niya.pinadala ko na ang documents qow..as of now ng aral dn ako sa goethe kahit married na kau kainlangan tlga mg aral kasi requirements sa visa..

Priceless said...

@trisha - yes i agree sa sinbi n anonymous, kailangan mo pa din magaral ng langguage nila kung plano mong magmigrate sa bansa nila, para sayo din naman yon, pano ka mamumuhay sa bansa nila kung hindi mo alam salita nila diba? :) about sa Legal Capacity, yes kailangan nila mga papers mo kasi ibabackground check ka nila, magpapadala sila ng mag-CCI sayo para mapatunayan nila kung single ka, annuled or widowed or so. Meron kanya kanyang requirements bawat civil registry sa germany, depende sa hihingiin nila sayo, on my case prinovide namin lahat ng documents na hiningi nila, within 2 and half months dumating legal capacity ng asawa ko. so kung sainyo is 6weeks lang, mas mabilis :) Godluck and Godbless :)

Anonymous said...

Hi I am filipina, married to a german national. I just want to share and ask for advice. I met my husband last 2009 and planned to get married in Denmark last year. I applied in german embassy just for a TOURIST VISA with the help of his Father´s friend (she is woman so the embassy would not suspect of anything). In my interview i never told them that i will be marrying a german and my purpose is only for visiting. After 2 weeks i got my visa(conditional). I am not allowed to get married and work in Germany. I already send all the requirements we needed for wedding to my husband. After few days in Germany, his mom and I went to allein department and extend my Visa for 90 days. After weeding in Denmark, we registered our wedding at the Standesamt. after a month we went to Ausländerbehörde for applying for my residence permit. All went well. I got a permit and required to do an Integration Course for 2 years. Now my problem is i wanna visit my family in the philippines this June. I am having doubts because i am banned in the german embassy in the Philippines. Is it possible to fly to philippines and travel back here to germany with my residence permit? will the immigration hold me when i fly back to germany? Anyone here who got the same experience? Thanks

Patlaine said...

Hi! Im offering visa application assistance specially for fiance and spouse. I am NOT a travel agent nor owner of a travel agency. I am just also a filipina like many here that is married with a German guy. I have done my own visa application and took me only 1 and half month to get my family reunion visa(spouse visa) after our wedding. I have heard from one of my classmate in goethe that he paid 40,000.00 (fourty thousand pesos) just for visa assistance and i think that is too much. I may not be able to do every duty as a travel agent would do for you but i can assure you to give the best of my knowledge with visa application specially i have done this my self. If you have any questions with regards to the fee and any other infos or would want to avail for my service, pls email me at patlaine_19@yahoo.com. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

hello,just wanna ask if its true that the exception to the language exam has been removed already thats why its not compulsory to get the A1 exam if you wish to get a spouse visa, please if anyone could help me, post a response, thanks!!!!

Anonymous said...

To anonymous.

Hi! alm mo lahat naman ng kumukuha ng spouse visa or fiancée visa is really need to go in German School and to pass the examination.. Kasi isa rin yan sa Requirements ng German Embassy... At kahit saan ka school mag aral ng German Language.. and importante is dun ka mag te take ng exam sa Goethe Institut sa Makati.. kasi yun ang naka lagay sa requirements list ng Emabssy.. Sana maka tulong ako sa katanungan mo.. o.k.. God Bless..

Anonymous said...

hello! just want to ask po what is more faster ang mag pakasal dito sa Pinas or sa Germany kasi late registered din po ang BC ko. 3 years npo kami ng bf ko nag visit npo sya d2 3 times and finally we plan to get married pls help me po pano mpa bilis and proces ng papers ko?

Anonymous said...

Pls.help me pano maka kuha ng german visa para sa 10 years old na anak ko.help po

Anonymous said...

hi po i realdy apply for a fiance visa ask ko lang po how many weeks ba o months ang paghihintay ko para makatawag cla sa akin. tnx po.

Anonymous said...

hi po tanong ko lang po may tatak ba tagal ang passport mo kapag ang ina applyan mo is fiance visa because they dont get my passport when in times of my interview they only said to me that i have to wait for there call anu po ba yun? kasi nakita ko sa passport ko na may tatak what das it mean? tnx po

Anonymous said...

hi to every one...nag aply akong reunion visa...pero bakit ganun ktgal 4 to 6 months lumalabas marriage visa ang ginawa nila diyan sa embassy ng makati.....

Anonymous said...

hi share ko lang, i applied family reunion visa sa german embassy of london i thought i was exempted because i have a Bachelors degree but i wasnt they said they do exempt those who have Masters degree..

so better kung mag rerely kayo sa degree nyo mag aral nalang ng A1 and youll need it anyway

Anonymous said...

hi...
hello pwde po makahingi ng tulong nyo kc balak po nmain kumuha ng marrige visa ng bf ko para dun kami magpakasal kaya lng po di ko alan kung my required b n school ang derman embassypls pwd nyo po b me 2lungan about that.tnx po..

Anonymous said...

Hello poh
you mean basic german Language?yes po isa po ito sa mga requirements kpag kukuha ka ng visa..
if you have facebook, you can join us in Pinoy in Deutschland search mo nlng..dami kasi mga pinay dun dn you can ask also there..kasi ngshashare po kami ng mga expereince nmin kung paano kami ngprocess ng visa namin..I hope it help..Godbless

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Anonymous said...

hi. is it still required to study german if they have together a german child?

Anonymous said...

Hi! I have a german bf and we have a plan to apply schengen visa. I passed a1 german language course.pero na coconfused po ako sa mga requirements. I would like to apply for a tourist visa (shengen visa), ano po ba ung requirements? I don't have work po and we travel a lot around asia. Any advice po will help. Andito po cya sa pinas every month. Please help po.

dÖLL said...

Which is which?

Hello Ate,

Just want to clarify if which is the better way to do so that I am able to go to Germany...

Having a marriage ceremony in Germany or in Philippines?

At least, I feel better nung nabasa ko na exempted nag may degree course ( but still have to learn the basic German Language )

Hoping for your fruitful response!

Daghang Salamat!

Anonymous said...

hi,guten tag...

its no nice to know na meron palang blog na tulad nito...actually i want to apply for a fiance visa, plan kc namin mgpakasal ng bf ko sa germany..ang problema hindi namin pareho alam panu at anu mga gagawin dito lng ako nag ka info..but now im studying german language here in my place in laguna..sana ma advice nyo po ako ng mga hakbang pnu at anung docu ang dapat kunin..wala namang kmi masiado magiging prob ng bf ko kc pareho namn kming single... vielen dank

Anonymous said...

Hello,

Good day! I need an advice here. I'm planning to apply for Visitor's visa/ tourist visa to Germany this coming January 2012 to visit my BF. We planned to get married or have civil wedding when I arrive there in Germany. Is this possible? Can I extend my tourist visa if my visa expires and still I'm there to continue the processing of documents for marriage.
Please advice me here. Need you help here. Thank you very much!
God bless.

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abby said...

guten abend..!

mag aaral ako ng german language course this april sa goethe institut...ask ko lng sana kng meron expiration ang certificate na to? ask ko din kng meron sa german embassy na puedeng mag translate ng paper na german language to english language? and how much eto?

paula said...

i want to apply for fiance visa..im confused what to do first..help meeee

Anonymous said...

to anonymous dated dec.4
kumuha na ako ng tourist visa to germany, last dec. i was already there for 2 weeks vacation. when i got my visa, ang mahigpit na reminder ng taga embassy ay bawal magcommit ng marriage sa germany while u are still having the tourist/schengen visa at bawal maghanap ng anumang trabaho doon...

monjey....

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Anonymous said...

hallo jemanden,
i want to apply for marriage visa in germany,.....and i want to know if it is necessry for me to have the proof of knowledge in german language since i am college garduate, i have taechers license and at the same time i am able to speak german good.thanks answer naman po...it would be highly appreciated....danke....

i want to know also na kapag ung cenomar at birth certificate ay issued na na nso..kelangan pa ba ng SECPA and red ribbon ...?????

Anonymous said...

hi pwede ba makahingi ng advise kasal na kami n kami dito sa phil. last april ngaun she is pregnant now and i want to go there in germany fast because like what i said she is already pregnant ( shes a german) pls send me email herse my email add. dorincourt@yahoo.com dnko mapakali sa kakaisip sa asaw at magiging anak ko alam ko kailangan nila ako dun sa germany sa matulungan nyo ako i need advise on how to get there fast for my wife and my upcoming baby.. pls. help me...

Anonymous said...

hello po sa lahat! this site is really helpful. tanong ko lang po pano gagawin ang Declaration of Residency? isa kc ito sa requirements na ipapasa ng bf ko sa registry office nila. I'm just a little confused hope somebody could help me.

Anonymous said...

Engr. R.A. From Cebu City - Technologian
Currently living in Gross-Gerau

Hello Thanks for sharing this blog, it realy ease me at first glance reading this "You have a university degree and probably be able to find work in Germany on the basis of your language skills (recognisably minor integration requirement)" Im working as Engineer in one of Top Vehicle OEM here in Russelheim for a year now. My wife and child applies for a family reunion visa and we were shock that the embassy adviced her to take German proficiency exam for A1 (as this was not included in the requirement sent to us by our lawyer). My wife is a university degree holder and currently stop working to take care of our baby while I am in abroad. Without any knowledge about this exemption we seek advice to our lawyers (company) here and they advice the same way too. I am confident to talk to the embassy tommorow to follow-up the status of my family's visa application. But still praying to GOD that we will avoid another months of document checking and expedite their visa processing.

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Anonymous said...

Hi guys, thanks for this topic. This is indeed helpful. Gusto ko lang itanong sana kung gaano ba talaga katagal ung sa document proofing? Yung shortest time para mprocess un after magpasa ng mga requirements para dun? I've read 4-6 months ang sabi pero meron ba na natatapos within a week? Iniisip ko kasi na baka depende sa place un. Thanks in advance po sa mga sasagot.

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sissy said...

Hello there,

I be first time here in blog, i really need help.. me and my german fiance want to marry this coming october, and we plan to go in germany, what i need, i have no properties here in the philippines...what should i pass to the embassy before they approved my visa. and how long it takes..

thanks hope u can help me..

Angeli said...

hello...do you have a format for the INFORMAL INVITATION LETTER?

Anonymous said...

Can a Migrant worker(NURSE) in germany bring her family and children in GERMANY even if she is under working/resident visa only? and can it be possible to bring a dependent child under 18 years old? If so, what do you think are the visa requirements for that child. Iv'e got two sons. Eldest is turning 15 yrs.old and the other is turning 5 years old this year. It's the eldest i'm worried about.
I could'nt find any specific article on this in the web.
Please enlighten me,people.
Thanks in advance.and more power to everyone.

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Anonymous said...

Good evening just want to ask...do i need to pass a standesamt marriage registry while the visa papers are on process?

Anonymous said...

Good Morning...
My German Fiance and i are planning to get married ASAP,I have already visited him once in Germany for a short holiday, we have been together for 2 years now... i would really be needing your advices on how are we going to start to apply for a fiance' visa? how long would the procedure go? i am plannig to go back to Germany next week under a tourist visa but i am planning to consult our Embassy for some advices.
But as per your experiences what is the best way and easiest way to obtain a finace' visa and normally will it really takes 1 year time to process..

Anonymous said...

Hi everyone, Me and my german fiance is getting married on febuary, I just wanted to ask if i will apply a visa do i need NSO birth certificate AUTEHENTICATED BY THE DFA? PLEASEEEE ANSWER THANKS

Anonymous said...

hi po, good day po, tanong kulang po sana kung kakailanganin parin po ba ng marriage contract ng parents ko kung illegitimate child po aq0h? tnx po
have a good day

Anonymous said...

good day,,,, i;ve just married 3 months ago with my german boyfriend,, what is the next steps should i do for to have a tourist visa only in germany , im not yet sure if i will live forever in germany,, its depend on the situation., my husband was already in germany. and i;m planning to visit him. should i take a spouse visa directly?my passport was already changed to married,, i;m confused? should i take a tourist visa or a spouse visa? thanks more power,, hoping to hear a reply from you..

Anonymous said...

Hello! mein name ist Tess. Thank you for this blog. My long time partner and I wish to get married and I am having so much problems with all my papers. My birth cert has my fathers nickname listed. My baptismal has my mother's nickname. My parents marriage is not found at the NSO, probably because they were from the mountains and their marriage were never registered. Has anybody have the same problems that I have and what was done? By the way, both my parents are already dead.

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