We could fill pages about our wonderful work as relocation consultants. In order to devote more of our time to our clients, we prefer writing blog posts on a regular basis. Maybe one or the other story makes you laugh or it might give you something to think about and some useful tips. Let's go!
Spring at last! When chocolate Easter bunnies and colourful eggs dominate the displays in the shops, then especially little sweet tooth will be happy. But if we are honest, we ask ourselves these days much too seldom: What is the origin of Easter? Where does the term come from and which Easter customs are really traditional?
What are the U examinations for children? In Germany, the medical care of children is a top priority. Parents are legally obliged to perform the so-called "U-examinations" with their children. These document the child's developmental steps and also serve to identify possible developmental delays in good time.
What could be more suitable for adults and children in the pre-Christmas season than baking cookies and building and decorating gingerbread houses, and thus getting to know a tradition of their new "home" Germany.
Welcome to Bad Homburg, a beautiful city located at the bottom of the Taunus hills. Only 20 minutes drive Frankfurt.
How do you ventilate your home properly to prevent mould on the walls? Disagreements between landlords and tenants occur time and again. One point of dispute is the damage to the apartment walls caused by incorrectly heated and ventilated rooms. Mould stains, mould or damp walls or window panes that are wet inside.
Many families take advantage of the indoor playgrounds, especially when the weather is wet and cold or the next children's birthday party is coming up.
One of our most challenging relocation assignments last year, we received from an American client who moved back home to the East of the USA after more than 10 years of living in Germany.
When applying for a work visa or Blue Card for Germany, you must also prove that you have sufficient health insurance coverage for yourself, your wife and children.
Holders of a foreign non-EU driving licence who want to drive in Germany have to take a few things into account. As it is so often the case in the jungle of German laws, there are very different regulations regarding…