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Old Feb 2nd 2022, 12:09 pm
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Hello, I was wondering if anyone could help me, as I am getting conflicting information from various sources.

I am planning on carrying out a carpet installation in germany for 2 days, I am a British Citizen, does anyone know if I require a visa, some say yes some say no.

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Old Feb 2nd 2022, 3:41 pm
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Originally Posted by Lance5847 View Post
Hello, I was wondering if anyone could help me, as I am getting conflicting information from various sources.

I am planning on carrying out a carpet installation in germany for 2 days, I am a British Citizen, does anyone know if I require a visa, some say yes some say no.

Kind regards

Lance
You can't go to a Schengen country and work unless you intend to work under the Radar. If you work for a German company it is up to them to get a work permit. I suggest you contact and get it from the horse's mouth

https://www.arbeitsagentur.de/en/welcome
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Old Feb 7th 2022, 10:30 am
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I would largely expect that Germany has some sort of sponsorship scheme for Brits post Brexit. Also, Germany is looking for qualified and skilled workers and labourers, there is a skill shortage in Germany as well. So overall your chances might be good.

However Brexit will most certainly mean more bureaucracy for Brits intending to work in Germany. "Working under the Radar" isn't that easy in Germany, as most employments in the country are with a mandatory social insurance coverage.
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Old Mar 17th 2022, 7:33 am
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Originally Posted by Lance5847 View Post
Hello, I was wondering if anyone could help me, as I am getting conflicting information from various sources.

I am planning on carrying out a carpet installation in germany for 2 days, I am a British Citizen, does anyone know if I require a visa, some say yes some say no.

Kind regards

Lance
Did.you find an answer to this. I am also interested in this!
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