The office for Foreigners and Nationalities
The office for Foreigners and Nationalities are responsible for matters relating to the right of residence, and is the contact person for areas of asylum law and integration. In addition, this field includes nationality law and name changes. The immigration authority is responsible for the district of Böblingen, except for the large district cities and their sub-districts. This area is headed by Mr Thomas Gonther-Belge.
- Please always bring your National Passport/Reference/Identity Card with you
- If you do not have sufficient knowledge of the German language, we ask you to speak with an interpreter
- Any fees may be paid at cash machines, either in cash or by debit card.
Declaration of commitment
There are various ways of obtaining a residence permit in Germany for training or work purposes. These include, for example, stays as an au pair, to attend a language course, to a university or for research purposes.
Information about this can be found here.
- Application for a permit to take up employment
- Job description for the permit to take up employment
- Form of certificate of employment
- Application for the issue or renewal of a residence permit
Under certain conditions, family members may join a foreign or German national living in Germany. As a rule, family members are considered to be spouses or men, minor children and partner of a registered civil partnership within the meaning of the German Civil Partnership Act or a civil partnership recognised under foreign law which essentially corresponds to the German registered civil partnership.
Information about family reunification can be found here.
Application for the issue or renewal of a residence permit
FURTHER INFORMATION RELEVANT TO INTEGRATION AND THE IMMIGRATION ACT
- Foreign office
- Federal office for Migration and Refugees
- Ministry of Internal Affairs