Residence permit, permanent residence and German citizenship.

Since 1992, Feod Group has been providing full legal support for moving to Germany:

• Residence permit for family, business, investment, workers, students, permanent residence and German citizenship
• Support for the purchase of real estate and business in Germany
• Education in Germany

We have innternational lawyers within Feod Group. Offices throughout Europe, USA and Ukraine.

Should you decide to immigrate to Germany for the purpose of living, studying, working, doing business, Feod Group will provide you with full visa and immigration support.

German lawyers and Ukrainian immigration experts from Feod Group have extensive experience in issuing all long-term national visas (more than 90 days) for nationals of non-EU countries.

Accredited German attorneys will fully accompany your application for a long-term visa, as well as represent your interests in the German authorities.

Feod Group supports your application for a residence permit as soon as you arrive in Germany, as well as assistance in resuming and renewing your residence permit, obtaining a permanent residence permit and citizenship.

Our company assists in registration of all categories of visas and immigration status of Germany, in particular:

Business immigration to Germany

A foreigner may obtain a residence permit for the purpose of conducting business activities in the territory of Germany if:

The minimum amount of investment in the business is not legally established in Germany.

Working visa to Germany / Blue card EU

In the case of an employment contract with a German employer, immigration to Germany is possible on the basis of employment.

To obtain a work visa, a German employer must obtain a work permit with the involvement of the Federal Employment Agency of Germany. Among other things, it is necessary to prove that there are no suitable candidates among the residents of Germany.

A simplified version of a work visa is to obtain a so-called Blue Card EU. It was created for highly skilled workers.

The EU Blue Card may be issued to foreign nationals from non-EU countries if:

Family reunification in Germany

This group includes:

Permanent residence permit in Germany

After residing in Germany for five years, a permanent residence permit can be legally required. In some cases, the five-year term can be shortened, in particular for graduates of German universities, participants of the Blue Card EU program, and highly qualified specialists.

How to obtain German citizenship

The legislation provides for the possibility to obtain a passport of a German citizen:

Our specialists will provide you with legal and business support for the purchase or rental of real estate, company registration and accounting, hiring staff, training for your children, and other additional services.

For an initial analysis of your request, Feod Group recommends using a professional consultation with International immigration attorneys, where you will receive detailed information on German immigration law.

Feod Group experts know how to properly prepare visa and immigration filings in compliance with all applicable law.

Whatever your reason for moving to Germany, the Feod Group team will help you and your family fulfill this dream.

Main Feod Group Services in Germany

Business and Legal

Countries where we offer visa and immigration support:

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Our experts
Elena Georghiou
Founder and Managing Director
Ukraine
George Georghiou
Managing Director
United Kingdom
Tetyana Lementarova
Managing Partner
Ukraine
William Slattery
Managing Рartner
USA
Chryso Christofidou
Managing Director
Cyprus
Christopher Pelentrides
Рartner
United Kingdom
Peter Petrou
Partner
United Kingdom
Daniele Papone
Partner
Italy
Jerome Da Ros
Partner
France
Stefan Toffol
Partner
Switzerland
Julia Kalina
Partner
Spain
Rimma Dontsova
Senior Adviser
Visas and Immigration
Ukraine
Inna Marchenko
VIP Client Manager
Visas and Education Abroad
Ukraine
Yaroslava Shkolna
Legal Adviser
Ukraine