I don't have experience and qualifications in kitchen helper. If the recruiter would like to recruit me to train and do the job . Is it good to apply for visa? Is there any requirements to apply the position of kitchen helper ? Do i need experience? I have b1 level in german. And have experience in tourism sector.
Yara if you know about volunteer visa bsd Freiwilligenarbeit, send me some details . My main purpose is learn the language more and get to know the german culture well. I cannot apply for Au-Pair because of the age. That's why i would like to apply work or volunteer visa . In our country there is only b2 level. Further studies we have to go somewhere. And i can't afford the language course visa or student Visa. Is there any other option to go for german to learn language and culture? Let me know . Thank you so much for your service and support.
DinethraFer13 Sure, I will do some research and get back to you about the Freiwilligendienstt/Volunteer service. Since I am not working on the weekend you might only get the reply on Monday.
Are you currently in Germany?
Yara Almunaizel (Moderator) no dear im from Sri Lanka and i am a travel agent.
DinethraFer13 sure, I can give you more information on the voluntary work visa to Germany. For the federal voluntary service (BFD) there is no age limit. However, to apply you will need to have finished the mandatory education in your home country.
Here you can read more on the different types of voluntary service visas and the requirements. The source is from the immigration office in Berlin: https://service.berlin.de/dienstleistung/330848/en/
this to apply for the residency once you are already in Germany.
For the visa you will need proof of a contract with a BFD provider. You will also need a paper confirming that you do not need to know German or that you will learn German during your voluntary service, otherwise you will have to proof that you know basic German. Among other things you will also need proof of health insurance during your time in Germany.
I hope this information was useful. Please let me know if you have any further questions.
DinethraFer13 Here is also more information on the BFD: https://en.life-in-germany.de/bfd-in-germany-for-foreigners/
Thank you Yara. I will refer these. Best forum ever 😊👍