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Insurance Health insurance (mandatory) You will need to take out health insurance for the duration of your stay. The type of health insurance cover will depend on whether or not you have an employment

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Visa regulations Visa regulations You may require a visa to enter Germany, or you may be able to enter Germany without one. To find out whether you need a visa, where you can apply for one, and what t

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Residents' Registration If you will be staying in Germany for more than three months, you (and the members of your family) will need to register at the local Residents' Registration Office within one

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Residence permit While a visa will allow you to enter Germany and stay for a period of up to 90 days, a temporary residence permit is required if you are planning to stay for longer than three months.

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Driving licence EU member states and EEA countries Driving licences issued in EU member states or in EEA countries are valid in Germany for an unlimited period. If you have not been issued with an int

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Bank account You will need a bank account with a German bank in order to pay your bills or to be able to rent a room in a student dormitory. We advise opening a 'Girokonto', which is equivalent to a B

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Paying your taxes Paid employment If you have a contract of employment with Saarland University or one of the on-campus research institutes, you will pay regular tax and social insurance contributions

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Social insurance Social insurance for employees If you have a contract of employment with Saarland University or one of the on-campus research institutes, you will have to pay social insurance contrib