Hi, my name is Dek Sharma. I am Bhutanese refugees in Deutschland. I live in Hamburg. I have 3 months duldung Haus pass. I would like to make a driving licence. Do I have right to make? Or as vocational training do I get any chance in any company as a learn and work option.
Right now , I do not have work permit also. I am seeking some hope and chance to move forward some how.
Hello again Dek @Sharma,
There is no age limit for most of the Ausbildungs (vocational training) but there are requirements for them, depending which Ausbildung it is.
For example, for most of the ausbildungs you need to have B1 or B2 German certificate, or you need to have school ceritificate for some of the Ausbildungs. Especially if they have something to do with reading, writing and calculations.
Finding a vocational training is like finding a job. You should apply for them and it always help if you do an internship in that field before.
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In general you are allowed to make a driver’s license even if you only got a Duldung. But you need valid documents to prove your age and other personal information. The so-called “Fahrerlaubnisbehörde” (something like an office that is responsible for issuing driving licences) will check your documents and might inquire at Ausländerbehörde if there are reasons to deny you a driver’s license. Apart from that, it should be possible for you to get a licence.
Concerning your second question:
You are allowed to do a vocational training even if you don’t have a general work permit. In order to do so you have to find an apprenticeship training position (“Ausbildungsplatz”) first. Then you can apply for a work permit for this specific vocational training at Ausländerbehörde. If they give their consent you can start the training.