Visa by marriage
I`m German, living in Tokyo at the moment, but planning to take my Japanese boyfriend to Germany next year. Does anybody know if he can stay without problems if we marry? (we want to marry anyway, so this is not just trying a trick). Has anybody experiences with Visa-problems of bi-national couples?
Julia29 Nov 2004, 10:12 Anonymous
As far as I know, you shouldn't have any problems at all if you marry. Being married to you, your boyfriend even has the right to get a work permit in Germany. Just be aware that the paperwork might take some time, so it's best to contact the German embassy as soon as possible to get it going.
Good luck for both of you,
DanAnonymous 29 Nov 2004, 06:41 - Denuncia
I have somewhat of a similar situation. My boyfriend is German and lives in Berlin. I am an American living in the US still. We plan to marry as well and I was just wondering if that would mean I wouldn't have any problems moving there and finding a job.
This long distance relationship is very difficult and we just want to get married and be together. I assume that I have to go to Germany to get married? Problem is I am not living there right now so how soon after we marry can I permanently remain?Anonymous 01 Dic 2004, 04:09 - Denuncia
soy chilena y con mi novio sueco planeamos casarnos proximamante. No sabemos si casarnos en Chile o en Suecia, donde yo entraría con una visa de turista. Es posible obtener la visa por matrimonio si entro con una visa de turista? Alguien sabe sobre estas reglas en Suecia????
Estaré muy agradecida por sus respuestas, gracias!Anonymous 24 Dic 2004, 03:53 - Denuncia
is there a other way execpt merriage ? i have a girlfriend in china and we want life together but its not so easy and we need a few more years before we get a merriage.Anonymous 27 Dic 2004, 04:59 - Denuncia