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Filipina Fiance applicant for marriage visa in germany :)

eileme :

Hello.. Paki-share naman ng sample ng exam please . im gonna take exam also by next month or november,but im doing self study too . How easy is it or difficult ? thanks

Hallo eileme,

try to read the message above, from a certain mzbee..She has just passed her a1 exam and also did self study.I am sure she can give you some sample.

hi Eileme, Gelux1990, sorry for my late response but here goes.
the schreiben has two parts. Filling a form(formula) and writing the letter.
The formula is about your friend who is new in a certain area and wants to for example enroll for a course, they tell you where she is was born and when she intends to start the classes. So from the paragraph you are given, you are supposed to fill the form. The form is 5 marks.Here you should try and score high. Your understanding of german will help. The exam i did was about a girl born in budapest who wanted to study german in germany. She has one daughter and wants to start renting the house from mid september and wanted a house with two rooms. So the questions were simple, where she was born, how many kids she has, and number of rooms and when she needs to move in.

the letter, you are told what to do and will be given three points to write about it.
my exam was about me wanting to buy furniture from a Herr somebody. Was to ask him the price and whether i need an appointment  and 3rd point was abholen so was to talk about that. You just need to understand the meaning of the point then write whatever but relevant to the question. i would say do alot of practise on writing letters cos you cant guess richtig or falsch like the other parts(horen and lesen). Check whether the letter is formell, halb formell or informell. learn the salutations cos thats a free full mark which can boost your results.
you can give me your email address and i will send you some sample letters we did in class.
i will also write a blog soon about this.

Sorry its too long but i hope it has helped someone

Hi everyone, just wanna ask if how much is the course fee for the basic German language in our country,how long is the class duration and where can I possibly enroll? I am currently living in Singapore right now as an OFW and I'm looking forward to have an A1 certificate when I get home. Any advice? Any reply on this matter is highly appreciated. Thank you :)

Maiza: If you are looking for language classes in Singapore, it is better to post on the Singapore forum, not on the Germany one.

But you are lucky that I am expert on both countries and thus can answer as follows:
The best address for German language classes in Singapore (as in most of the world) id the German cultural institute called Goethe Institute.You can find information on this website:
http://www.goethe.de/ins/sg/en/sin/lrn/deu.html

You posted this on a thread about marriage visa. Are you planning to marry a German?

hello, thanks for your reply. I posted it here since my other queries are related to the previous post/comments, my boyfriend  is from Germany and we're both doing research about the requirements on visa application. And I'm planning to enroll the German language course in Philippines and not here in Sg.  :-)

Then please post your question about language classes there.
If there is a Goethe Institute, it is probably also the best place for a language learner.

Hi..many thanks to your reply.I appreciated it so much. Here is my email add, xxx ... i will wait for your email . many many many thanks

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They will give you a situation and you have to write something about it. Like when I had mine, I made an excuse letter for not showing up to work.

_maiza23 :

hello, thanks for your reply. I posted it here since my other queries are related to the previous post/comments, my boyfriend  is from Germany and we're both doing research about the requirements on visa application. And I'm planning to enroll the German language course in Philippines and not here in Sg.  :-)

Hi Maiza,

Well, i lived in cebu when i was still in the PHL. You can choose either German School in Manila, or in Cebu. You're from Davao right? then i guess, would be closer to get enroll in my province.  Check this homepage http://www.treffpunktdeutschcebu.com/   for more info's. I am sure you will learn Basic German and hopefully pass the exam. That school, always get a higher percentage of Passers after the A1 examination. As far as i remmebered, the class would be thrice a week from 9am-12noon and there will be for afternoon schedule from 2pm-5pm for maybe 2 months.I have started june, and took the exam on august in Cebu. It was a good tyming because, you barely get an examination in cebu. Usually, it will be in Manila. And reagrding about the fee, i have paid 25k that time.Not sure about this year. So you better, check the homepage, get the contact number and call the school. Goodluck :)

In Germany , they have many options to learn Germans, there are state owned schools and private schools, these schools not only help you to learn language and improve vocabulary but based on my experience, you come to know new people from different couturiers, and kind OF socializing too, if not every day then at least few days in a week, the best things about these courses in state owned schools are , mostly they are almost free or very nominal cost .

I would suggest , try " abend Schule " evening schools,  normally arranged in the buildings of " Volkhochsculen" in almost every city of Germany--- Give it try- Good luck

Reg
S. Haider

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Hi girl,

We have the same question Jenluft but my bf is living in kaserslautern, germany.
They said much easy and early approval for reunion visa compare to fiancee visa. But it makes me more confused in reunion visa you know why, How about our family name ( status)? just wanna know it is possible , if we will change it when we are already in germany or we need to change it before applying family reunion? Please guys need your openion.


Thank you and good luck everyone.

Hi ,

That would be nice to hear about family reunion visa so fast.
Okey its  early approval for reunion visa compare to fiancee visa. But let me know if you have more idea in reunion visa , How about to a girl family name ( status)? Is it possible , if we will change it when we are already in germany ? Thank you and hope to read from your reply soon.


Godbless

Hi Ruth...

Well,i am.not really familiar about reunion or family visa. If you like,you can check out the embassy website. And regarding about tHe family Name and status. You need to get married with your german bf First in phl before you can apply that.And as soon as you get your marriage  certificate then maybe work on the change status thing especially the Passport.. Get everything authenticated,and compile all the requirements needed and apply for the Family Visa. I hope there will be an expert who will give you the exact info's..

Goodluck

Hi Guys!

Has the same situation.., I have a German boyfriend and he is a resident of Köln. I am currently working her in Bahrain and stays here now for 4 yrs. We are planning to marry and he wants me to be with him the soonest in Germany.

I just want to ask if it will be easier if I will come from here in Bahrain or both of us should go in Phils. and do the marrigage there?
And what are the documents and process that we needed to do? and lastly, how long the process will be?

Thanks Guys!!!

Your question about marriage formalities in Bahrain and the Philiipines are better asked in these countries' subforums on this site.
In case you are also wondering about marrying in Germany: It is very complicated and biuerocratic, so you are better off marrying elsewhere (e.g. Denmark, Las Vegas, Singapore, ...).

Thank you very Gelux

hi mzbee
i am going for an exam too and  also i am self study..can i have your help too? i would like to have your examples of schreiben kung ok lang...
thank you

mzbee :

hi Eileme, Gelux1990, sorry for my late response but here goes.
the schreiben has two parts. Filling a form(formula) and writing the letter.
The formula is about your friend who is new in a certain area and wants to for example enroll for a course, they tell you where she is was born and when she intends to start the classes. So from the paragraph you are given, you are supposed to fill the form. The form is 5 marks.Here you should try and score high. Your understanding of german will help. The exam i did was about a girl born in budapest who wanted to study german in germany. She has one daughter and wants to start renting the house from mid september and wanted a house with two rooms. So the questions were simple, where she was born, how many kids she has, and number of rooms and when she needs to move in.

the letter, you are told what to do and will be given three points to write about it.
my exam was about me wanting to buy furniture from a Herr somebody. Was to ask him the price and whether i need an appointment  and 3rd point was abholen so was to talk about that. You just need to understand the meaning of the point then write whatever but relevant to the question. i would say do alot of practise on writing letters cos you cant guess richtig or falsch like the other parts(horen and lesen). Check whether the letter is formell, halb formell or informell. learn the salutations cos thats a free full mark which can boost your results.
you can give me your email address and i will send you some sample letters we did in class.
i will also write a blog soon about this.

Sorry its too long but i hope it has helped someone

Hello mzbee..
Can I have your help too? Regarding to your knowledge of A1 I would like to have some tips too of schreiben..samples are much more helpful..can you help me?

Thank you jane

Hello, Anybody here ??

I had a boyfriend he is a german foreign guy.  We start to communicate through emails last may in this year. And, last september- october was our first meet. After we have confirmed our relationship and it goes so good. Knowing each other well and I also introduce him to my family and after  , we have decided to get married next year in summer here only in the philippines,. WOULD IT BE THE BEST IDEA FOR US TO LIVE IN GERMANY TOGETHER AFTER? , HOW GOES THE APPLICATION FOR THE VISA NOWADAYS? IS IT COMPLICATED? IM SINGLE AND HE IS DIVORCED. WOULD WE STILL HAVE TO GO TOTHE EMBASSY IN MANILA FROM WHICH COUNTRY HE IS ORIGIN, TO GET THE CERTIFICATE OF LEGAL CAPACITY TO MARRY HERE IN THE PHILIPPINES ?AND LASTLY HOW MANY MONTHS TO WAIT AFTER APPLYING A VISA IN THE EMBASSY ? I HOPE YOU CAN HELP ME. I really dont know how it goes the process.. thank you.. Godbless us all..

Steffymae: since you are asking about formalities in the Philippines rather than Germany, please post your question in the Philippines forum, not here. Thanks!

I'm sorry.. I was just newly registered here. And I'm still observing how it works. But Thank you for this. Godbless:)

steffymae :

I'm sorry.. I was just newly registered here. And I'm still observing how it works. But Thank you for this. Godbless:)

Hi Kababayan :),

Well, i am not an expert on how to get married in the phl. But i do have friends who also done that thing. I can only tell you, what would be the visa you're going to apply afterwards and if you two can really be together in germany.. I would really prefer you guys to have the marriage in our country, because aside from cheaper expenses, you can get the approval of visa for maximum of two-three months since the day of your interview. And about being together in germany, ofcourse it will be very possible,as long as the marriage in the phl will be successful and you two wont have any problem with the documents you need to compile as a requirements before the marriage there.

Ingat and goodluck

steffymae :

Hello, Anybody here ??

I had a boyfriend he is a german foreign guy.  We start to communicate through emails last may in this year. And, last september- october was our first meet. After we have confirmed our relationship and it goes so good. Knowing each other well and I also introduce him to my family and after  , we have decided to get married next year in summer here only in the philippines,. WOULD IT BE THE BEST IDEA FOR US TO LIVE IN GERMANY TOGETHER AFTER? , HOW GOES THE APPLICATION FOR THE VISA NOWADAYS? IS IT COMPLICATED? IM SINGLE AND HE IS DIVORCED. WOULD WE STILL HAVE TO GO TOTHE EMBASSY IN MANILA FROM WHICH COUNTRY HE IS ORIGIN, TO GET THE CERTIFICATE OF LEGAL CAPACITY TO MARRY HERE IN THE PHILIPPINES ?AND LASTLY HOW MANY MONTHS TO WAIT AFTER APPLYING A VISA IN THE EMBASSY ? I HOPE YOU CAN HELP ME. I really dont know how it goes the process.. thank you.. Godbless us all..

Hi,

if you two plan to have the marriage in the PHL, then the expected visa you're going to apply after that, would be the Family/Reunion Visa which processing will take 2-3 months since the day of your interview at the embassy. I would advised you to ask your German Fiance to visit the nearest Standesamt, and ask for an advise there what will be the thing he needs to do and what stuff needed to get.

Sorry if i cant realy give you the exact procedures.. I am only familiar with the Fiance or the Marriage Visa in german :). Thank you, and Goodluck

hello..just wanna ask some informations/help regarding my case. i am divorced by sharia court of law. now i am applying for marriage visa for germany. the embassy asked me to submit my CEMAR with remarks divorced on it. and the PSA cannot give me the said documents since they cant give remarks  on my CEMAR since their computer system does not have yet the capabilities to record divorces. i have my marriage certificate annotated already by  the PSA. is anyone here have knowledge about my case. please help

Can a tourist visa be changed to marriage visa?

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Can a tourist visa be changed to marriage visa?

No.

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