If you are a non-EU/non-EEA/non-Swiss national and want to do internship or training in Germany in your field of interest, then you need to apply for this visa prior to your departure to Germany. The requirements for doing the internship depend on the company or institution offering it.
Nationals of Australia, Canada, Israel, Japan, the Republic of Korea, New Zealand and the United States of America can enter Germany visa-free and then apply this visa upon arrival.
NOTE: This visa can be extended for maximum upto 12 months or more depending on the specific request from the company where you are undertaking internship. At the end of your internship, if the company or institution where you were engaged wants to hire you, you will have tor return to your home country, and from there apply for a working visa in order to be allowed to work as a regular employee.
12 months max.
3 Eligibility Requirements
11 Document Required
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