Are you new in Stuttgart?
What to do.
If you are or will be new in the city of Stuttgart I am sure you will have a lot of concern about the city, its lifestyle and its people. Little by little you will be able to understand and know the tranquility with which you can live with great ease. The city is relatively small and very simple to understand, although it is true, as everywhere, the first few days you may miss a bit with the map of the trains and the locations, but soon you can quickly get used to it. system is very well organized.
The first recommendation when arriving in the city of Stuttgart is to visit the Wellcome Stuttgart office, it is located in one of the main stations of the city Charlotenplatz, with you to the New Palace and Karls Square and the Old Palace, it is very easy to find , in the same building you will find a Biergarten and cafeteria, besides being the IFA which is a German class center of great prestige, so the place in general is very helpful for the new ones as well as the information that you can get, you can also get involved in an organized social event for immigrants. As is common at the beginning, the German language is a great barrier, but here you can learn and develop a little in the English language. But keep in mind that the best thing is to move forward with the language to open more doors and achieve acceptance, remember that not all foreigners dominate the English language so at the end of the time the German language will always be of great need.
In the Welcome Center you will find a lot of information about integration courses, English courses, multicultural events and also information about universities, or advice on how to start processes with state offices such as the employment or social assistance office.
Another very good advice is the use of social networks and integrate immigrant groups. There are groups in social networks including by nationality, where you can find many people of your same nationality, who speak the same language and who understand a bit of your culture and the cultural shock you may suffer at first. Then there are groups of immigrants of different nationalities who are perhaps much more inclusive, these groups are managed in English and there are members of all kinds of social status, you can learn about other realities within the same city and find tips on important issues such as getting jobs , apartments or rooms for rent, purchase and sale of used products, procedures with health insurance or public offices. There are many requirements and procedures that you must follow in public offices and without a doubt it is quite complicated when the language proficiency is quite weak.
Now if you have a few weeks of living in the city and you know a little of its popular places, a good advice could be to take a small guided tour of the city, you may not even understand why many things, or possibly not yet find the interesting thing to the city for not knowing its history and the characters that for hundreds of years have influenced the development of the city and its culture.
LIVING IN GERMANY
ENTER IN GERMANY
Demands on immigration matters.
About the regulation of conyge
German for professional purposes
INFORMATION AND ORIENTATION
Advice for adults
Advice for immigrant youth
Special programs and individualized advice
Attention to the citizen, federal immigration office
Internet as a source of information
RESIDENCE AND NATURALIZATION
Office for people belonging to the European Union
Office for people not coming from the European Union
Right of residence
Types of residence
WORK AND PROFESSION
Homologation of titles
Professional orientation, employment placement
Continuing professional training
Creation of a company and work on its own.
Housing LIVING PLACE
State aid social housing
Rentals and lease law
CHILDREN AND FAMILY
Pregnancy and protection of motherhood
Subsidy for childcare
Family benefit for dependent child
Options for child care
Dispute and crisis family violence
SCHOOL, PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION AND UNIVERSITY STUDIES
Types of School
Special educational support program
Requirements to access university studies
HEALTH AND PRECAUTION
Care in case of illness or accident
Care in your mother tongue
Preventive medical exams and vaccines
Health prevention and childhood vaccination
Sexually transmitted diseases assistance
Assistance in case of addictions and drug use
Assistance for disabled people
INSURANCE AND BANKS
Mandatory social security
Insurance for people and goods