Unparalleled shepherds in helping me navigate the visa process.
Red Tape are the real heroes! Every time I find myself in a bureaucratic nightmare (often!), Kathleen and her team come in to save the day. Most recently, Elizabeth assisted me and I was so pleased to work with her. Truly professional and understanding. Thank you for making our lives all a little easier!
Abigail Lajti, Berlin
The whole process can usually be wrapped up within 10-14 business days of booking, sometimes sooner.
Book online and make payment with just a few clicks. We’ll then get in touch on the next business day.
We’ll book the next available appointment for you, keeping your availability in mind, and we’ll tell you exactly what we need you to have ready on the day. You can book an online consult at no extra charge to fill out your forms, or just use the generator or guide we send you and you’ll have it done in a matter of minutes.
Send us the forms and documents as PDFs a few days before your registration appointment and we’ll go over them with a fine-toothed comb. If we notice any errors or expect any obstacles from the authorities, we’ll let you know.
On the day, a Red Tape interpreter will come and meet you at your home or workplace. We’ll collect your original documents and keep them safe as we travel to the Bürgeramt. Don’t worry, you’ll get everything back within 2-4 hours.
While we travel across town and handle your registration, it’s important that you stay reachable by phone in case there are questions. There often are! We keep you in the loop and let you know when we’re headed back to your home or workplace.
We will return your original documents to you personally and present you with your registration certificate (Anmeldebestätigung). This happens on the same day. If you’re out and about and you give your consent, we can drop everything off in your letterbox instead.
An amazing company that is a joy to work with and completely removes the hassle of relocation and residency to Germany. Truly, I could not recommend more highly.
Wayne Roberts, Berlin