Immigration and Nationality law

Immigration and Nationality law

1. Family Member Migration
2. Civil Partnership and Same Sex Marriage
3. General Prerequisite
4. German Language Knowledge
5. Secured Existence
— 5.1. Family Migration to German Citizens
— 5.2. Family Migration for non-German Citizens
6. Entry
— 6.1. Visa for visits
— 6.2. „Positive Nationals“
— 6.3. „Negative Nationals“ having visa for visits (Schengenvisa)
— 6.4. „Negative Nationals“ having visa for registering partnership
— 6.5. Staying in Germany for Education Purposes
— 6.6. Former asylum seekers
7. Both partners are foreigners
8. Family Migration to EU citizens
9. Separation
— 9.1. Civil partnerships of foreigners with Germans or foreigners
— 9.2. Civil partnerships of foreigners with EU citizens
10. Passport entries
11. Permanent residence permit
— 11.1. Standard case
— 11.2 Foreign life partner
— 11.3 Asylum seekers
12. When does the foreign partner obtain German citizenship?
13. Visitor‘s and Tourist Visa
— 13.1. The Tourist and Visitor‘s Visa
— 13.2. The practice of German diplomatic missions
— 13.3. Declaration of Commitment
— 13.4. Rejection of a visitor’s visa
14. Laws, EU-Directives, Regulations, Administrative Guidelines, Link collections

In Germany, it is possible for foreigners to register a civil union partnership. Whether this union is recognized in other countries depends on the jurisdiction of that country. This paper deals solely with entry and residency laws.