The German government encourages family reunification and permits immigrant workers to bring their family members and relatives to Germany on a temporary or permanent basis. The Germany Dependent Permit is also known as the Family Reunion Visa and is a special permit for this purpose.
Immigrant workers who wish to bring their family members to Germany must meet the following conditions:
Your spouse or companion will not need a permit or knowledge of German to enter the country if:
The requirements to bring a child to Germany may change depending on the age of the children.
If both parents live in Germany, they can bring their child to the country. A single parent, on the other hand, is allowed to bring their minor child to Germany if he or she has sole custody and care of the child.
To be qualified for a Family Reunion Visa, the child must not be married. However, this does not exclude her or him from applying for a different type of permit, such as a German visitor or tourist visa, a study permit to study in Germany, or an employment permit to work in Germany.
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A Germany Dependent Permit is not required for citizens of the European Economic Area, the European Union, or Switzerland to visit a family member or relative in Germany.
Third-world nationals, i.e., those from countries outside the European Economic Area and the European Union, will require a Germany Dependent Permit to visit their partner, spouse, or relative in Germany.
In most cases, an adult long-term Germany Dependent Permit (category D) costs 75,00 Euros, while children under the age of 18 pay 37,50 Euros.
If you decide to cancel your request after paying the fees, you will not be entitled to a refund. If your permit application is rejected, you will not be reimbursed. If you want to resubmit it for the permit, you’ll have to pay the fee again.
You can work in Germany on your family reunion visa, provided that the relative you will be joining –
According to the German law every adult who is living in Germany on a Family Reunion visa is permitted to work provided he meets the above conditions.