I am from Bangladesh. I have been living in Germany with student status from August 2011 to 2014, refugee applicant status from 2014 to 2016 and Duldung status since 2016. From 2011 to 2014 I was a student in a university in Germany but I did not finish my studies. After leaving the university, I applied for asylum. And I ended up getting Duldung to my frustration. I realised my mistake of leaving the university and I decided to go back to the same university to finish the same degree from where I had left. I rejoined the university in February 2018. On my duldung, it's written that I am allowed to study. I do not get any sort of government support and I support myself from my savings and from the money sent to me by my parents. I do not like getting support from the government.

I have two questions:

1). Is it possible to shift to Aufenthantstitel from Duldung now?  

2). Considering my situation, When can I apply for citizenship in Germany?
asked Apr 30, 2018 in Legal advice by hether

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Hello @hether

Welcome to our community and thank you for your question.

Please check out the following thread here on Wefugees to find extensive information on these two questions:

https://www.wefugees.de/800311/how-long-will-it-take-to-get-german-citizenship-with-duldung?show=800311#q800311

In a nutshell, you have to stay in Germany for 8 years with Duldung to get a residence permit. It will take another 8 years afterwards to get the German citizenship.

I hope this answer was helpful to you.

Best regards,

Thorgen

answered Apr 30, 2018 by Thor
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