Select Your Germany Visa Type Below
- General Information and Eligibility
- Germany Tourist Visa Requirements
- Germany Transit Visa Requirements
- Germany Business Visa Requirements
- Germany Student Visa Requirements (i.e. Study Visa)
- Germany Work Visa Requirements (i.e. Employment Visa)
- Germany Permanent Residence Visa Requirements
- Germany Relatives and Friends Visa Requirements
Visa Hunter’s Miscellaneous Tips for Germany Visas
- Germany’s visa process is bureaucratic (aren’t they all), but with persistence and endurance to go through all of the appropriate steps, you will succeed.
- It has been a while since I have been to Germany, but when I went I was there as a tourist. As is the case with all U.S. citizens, for short stays, you don’t need a visa. If you fall in love with the place though and happen to meet a the German woman or man of your dreams, you’ve found the right site.
- Click on one of the links above to peruse the different types of visas for Germany.
- You can also check out my post on income tax for foreigners in Germany.
Want Professional Visa Help? If you are a U.S. citizen and want professional help with getting a visa, check out my post on the 7 Best Travel Visa Services in the United States.
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