Dear Team,My friend has an Italian work permit, not permanent residence.He came to Germany for a visit three months ago.Then he found a Receptionist job which pays around 30,000 euros per year. Once he signed the contract, the company submitted his documents for approval from the Ausländerbehörde. According to the Ausländerbehörde, he can start working once he receives approval. Then he rented his own apartment.City registration has been completed.A bank account has been opened.AOK health insurance has been arranged.A tax number has also been obtained.He has already worked for three months and social contributions have been made. Recently, his visa processing agent said the visa will be rejected because he has a work permit.Given that he has come this far, having a genuine job offer and a signed work contract, is there any way he can still obtain approval?Should he wait for a formal rejection from the Ausländerbehörde?In case of rejection, can he apply for a job-seeking visa from the Italian embassy?What if he finds another job contract that qualifies for the Blue Card?Is there any chance for him to apply for a "Chancen Karte" in June? He holds a valid Italian work permit and is also learning German..
asked Mar 28 in Legal advice by Coop | 246 views
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