On this page, your Filipino guide to Germany, you’ll find all the necessary pieces of information as your reference upon moving to, or traveling to Germany. As a Filipino who moved abroad, joined a German husband, I can tell you and guarantee you, I’ve done this and done that. Moreover, I read a lot about certain things upon immigration, among many others. So this page was born. Because I know and understand the struggle, and I want to help you with that.
I hope you find this page, or any of the articles here useful as a Filipino, and a beneficial guide to your journey to Germany.
On the other hand, I have not yet completely migrated all my articles from my other blog diekaisersonacamper.com. Hence, if you find some missing articles here, they are still there. You can also send me an email or leave a comment below. Don’t be shy. I won’t bite!
I’ve been there and done that. I’ve heard this and that, stories from fellow Filipinos either traveling or moving to Germany. That being said, as a writer and having a goal to share valuable information to anyone who might be needing it, I decided to write down all pieces of information for any Filipino traveling to Germany, a checklist. Things that you simply cannot overlook. For so many reasons why.
Getting my visit visa for unmarried couples to Germany from the Philippines was quite different since the pandemic began. It was more challenging and a lot had changed compared to the normal days before. Getting one, let alone applying for it was not a walk in the park. Nevertheless, I’ve tried to visit my Filipino beau who lives in Stuttgart, Germany, applies for a visit visa for an unmarried couple, in which I’ve succeeded. So, if you’re also planning to get or happy for one, during this pandemic, let me show you how.
If you’re planning to take the German A1 exam and get a certificate, as you’re, moving to Germany to join your spouse or apply for an Au Pair, you can take the German language course at any Goethe school or International school that offers the language course. Here’s the complete guide and faqs, answered.
This article post contains pieces of information about a Filipino spouse visa to Germany. An FRV is also known as Family Reunion Visa comes with different categories under it such as a spouse, children, or marriage. In this post, I am writing specifically about Spouse Visa as I acquired it myself in 2019. Everything written here is also based on experience, but I hope to give you light or guidance if you’re planning to take the same process. In other words, this is your guide to applying for your FRV spouse visa.