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Migrants + Refugees

It is a long way from arriving in a foreign country till moving into your own flat. Various administrative bodies, organisations and initiatives offer support during the first steps and know where more help is provided.
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The listed offers in this publication only present a selection. The online Guide for  provides a constantly updated overview of facilities and services for exchange, cultural activities and free-time that are particularly focusing on migrants.

Arriving and living in Magdeburg

Interner Link: Arriving and living in Magdeburg
If your arrival in Magdeburg is to proceed as smoothly as possible, it is important for you to get your bearings quickly and play an active part in city life. There is already a wide range of information available which is designed to make this easier for you, such as Magdeburg's guide for migrants and the information booklet for refugees in Saxony-Anhalt entitled, 'Arriving well on-site'. This includes all ...
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Foreigners' Authority

Interner Link: Foreigners' Authority
Welcome to Magdeburg, the capital of Saxony-Anhalt, is a cosmopolitan city. Approximately 18,800 foreign citizens live, study and work here. The legal framework for the stay of foreigners on the territory of the Federal Republic of Germany is very complex, and requires a differentiated assessment of the purpose of stay. We would like to assist you in completing any formalities, and here we have compiled some useful information for you.
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Information, guidance and help for refugees and citizens with migration backround

Externer Link: http://www.willkommen-in-magdeburg.de/
he listed offers in this publication only present a selection. The online Guide for Migrants (Online-Migrationswegweiser www.willkommen-in-magdeburg.de) provides a constantly updated overview of facilities and services for exchange, cultural activities and free-time that are particularly focusing on migrants.
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