Reduced salaries limits are accepted in specialist areas that have skills shortages, including engineering, life sciences, and mathematics. For 2017 those with these specialist skills have to have an annual salary of at least 39,624 Euros to qualify for a Blue Card. Holders of the job seeker visa may not work until they have accepted a permanent qualifying job and obtained the necessary paperwork to stay in the country under the Blue Card visa rules.
There are stringent requirements for obtaining the job seeker visa and all applicants must make a personal appearance for an interview at the German consulate of their home country, by prior appointment before being considered for the visa. The German job seeker visas can take up to three months to be processed so able time needs to be given for paperwork to be processed. The German government carries out stringent checks on the applicants and their documents, and Schengen and residence visas are not allowed to be applied for during this period.
The German economy is large and thriving and they currently have skills shortages in many areas and the German Job seeker visa is an ideal route to obtaining work in this vibrant country.
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