Right of residence
- Entry possibilities, visa, consequences of unauthorized entry.
- Family reunion, spouse reunion
- Residence for the purpose of gainful employment.
- Residence for relatives of persons entitled to freedom of movement
- Improvement of the residence law situation, e.g. by means of a settlement permit (Niederlassungserlaubnis) or permanent residence in the EU (Daueraufenthalt EU)
- Proceeding against a - possibly planned – expulsion (Ausweisung).
- Limitation, shortening or lifting of the effects of an entry ban already imposed.
- Residence after separation and divorce, if you derive your right of residence from your spouse.
- Easier residence permits for members of the so-called "best friends states" (e.g. America, Canada, Australia and Japan) or "second best friends" (Brazil).
- Special residence rights for Turkish nationals.
- Residence for long-term tolerated young people and adolescents according to § 25 a AufenthG, as well as § 25 b) AufenthG (stay in case of sustainable integration)
- Residence as "blue card EU" as well as settlement permit for graduates of German universities and for skilled workers, as well as residence permit for job search for qualified specialists.
- for employers and employees: Advice on work permit law in accordance with the Skilled Immigration Act (Fachkräftezuwanderungsgesetz), which came into force in March 2020.
Citizenship law or naturalization:
- Advice, examination and monitoring of applications for German citizenship, including on the points of discretionary naturalization, entitlement naturalization, joint naturalization
- Naturalization in exceptional cases under acceptance of multiple citizenship (dual citizenship)
- Measures to improve the legal status of stateless persons, loss of citizenship.
- Naturalization in exceptional cases in case of lack of livelihood or insufficient language skills
Right of Asylum:
- Representation in asylum proceedings towards the Bundesamt für Migration
- Legal action against negative decisions
- Specialization especially in Afghanistan, Syria, Iran, Uganda and Sierra Leone.