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Summary: For entering Germany, work is a valid reason - they shoud bring documentation that they will be working. Once inside Germany, they may be required to quarantine for 14 days. This is expected to be relaxed for inner-EU travel any day now. The Corona virus FAQ of the federal ministry of internal affairs (BMI) says: What are urgent reasons for ...


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According to an e-mail from the border section of the German federal police headquarters, the restrictions only apply when arriving from Austria, Denmark, France, Italy, Luxembourg, Spain, Switzerland or from outside Schengen. However, the TIMATIC database, used by airlines, states the restrictions apply everywhere. Since IATA gets their info from the ...


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As I understand it, you would need a residency permit with work permission to work from within Germany, not matter who you work for. As a rule of thumb, visa-free travel allows you to talk about doing work while in Germany, but not to actually do work other than the necessary coordination. But the Expatriates Stack Exchange can give better answers on that. ...


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Buying in bulk in Germany screams for METRO. Here's a list of locations. You can easily get things like 10kg blocks of cheese. Caveats: It's not necessarily cheaper than discounter supermarkets when calculating the price per kg. But their package sizes are much more convenient if you cook for 50+ people. You need to be a "Gewerbetreibender" (own a business)...


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This is probably not what you want to hear, but there is absolutely no chance that you will get the necessary paperwork done by June 15th. You seem in general very little prepared and some of your alleged problems do not match publicly available information from the German Embassy in London. VisaMetric is completely irrelevant for your case. For your ...


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