Visa support for all categories
We give guidance for all types of visas including Jobseeker visa, student visa, family reunion(spouse visa), Visitor visa, work visa etc. With that being said, if you follow these basic guidelines as well as those from the state department of the country where you’re going to be studying, you should have no trouble.
International students studying on an accredited course for more than 12 months are able to bring immediate family members as dependents. Immediate family members include spouses, de facto partners and children under the age of 18 who are unmarried. These close family members will be eligible for dependent student visas.
We also process job seeker visa for Germany, it’s a Long-Term Residency Permit, which allows you to stay in the country for six (6) months and look for a job. If at the end of the six (6) months you have found a place of employment, you will be given the Germany work visa or a Germany work permit and you will be allowed to work and live there. Please note that having a job seeker visa does not allow you to start working immediately in Germany. It only means that you can visit the country and look for a job during your stay.