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Is it possible to get Permanent residence without German Language skills 80 thousand euros salary ?
asked Jan 10 in Legal advice by veerababumanyam

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Dear @veerababumanyam,

Welcome to the Wefugees community and thank you for sharing your question! 

Without knowing your situation, might the EU-Blue card be an option for you?

A foreigner, a citizen of a non-EU- country, can apply for the EU blue card if
a) he or she has a German or an accredited foreign or a university degree that is comparable to a German one.
b) he or she has a working contract with a gross annual compensation of at least €50.800 (4.134 Euros per month), a contract in the so-called shortage occupation (scientists, mathematics, engineers, doctors and IT- skilled workers) with the amount of €39.624 (3302 Euros per month).

I took the information from this website. You may also want to check this website for more details. 

Don’t hesitate to get back to us with any further questions or if you want to discuss your case more.

All the best,

Meike

answered Jan 10 by Meike
I am IT Architect and in germany for last two years. For One and half year I am in Germany with Work permit. Later, I got full time job(permanent) opportunity in German based company and moved to German company. I got blue card with the german company offer. I am paying social security from the moment I joined German company. My gross salary is more than 80,000 Euros from the day I landed in Germany. I do not have German speaking/language skills. I am looking for options to apply for Permanent residence permit. So, I would like to understand what all the options I have to get the Permanent Residence.

Dear @veerababumanyam

I found this website, which nicely describes the requirements for the permanent residence permit/settlement permit (Niederlassungserlaubnis): https://www.make-it-in-germany.com/en/visa/living-permanently-in-germany/settlement-permit/. 

As far as I know, a certain level of at least basic German skills will be necessary for the application. 

All the best, 

Meike

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