"I've got this great full-time job offer in Germany, but they want to hire me as a freelancer." This isn't always ill-intentioned, but when your company offers to hire you in Germany as a full-timer but wants you to write them invoices as a freelancer instead of employing you, they might not have your best interests at heart. Or they might just have no clue about how employment law in Germany works. In any case, it might cause some serious problems for them and for you later down the track. ... Read More
Navigating through German bureaucracy when your language skills aren’t up to the task can be intimidating and stressful.
Red Tape Translation can eliminate that stress.
I have no words to describe how helpful Kathleen was during my interview. It was already my third visit – if I had known about Red Tape Translation earlier, I would have gotten help from the very beginning.
Do you have to go to a public office but aren't sure how you’ll get through it with your limited German language skills?
A language expert will accompany you to your appointments and guide you through the whole process.
Are you trying to settle in Berlin or starting out as a freelancer? Still figuring out what kind of visa you need to stay in Germany?
I'll coach you through each step of the process, covering the appointments you'll need and giving you a list of documents to take with you on the day.
Do you need to organise repairs or make a doctor’s appointment, but can’t get through a phone call in German?
Red Tape Translation is here to help. I'll make the phone calls with you and take care of all the challenges, big and small.
Do you need a written translation? Have you received a letter that you don’t understand?
Get your CV and references professionally translated or a certified translation of your birth or marriage certificate. From the official to the personal to the just plain perplexing - I've got you covered.
For less than the price of a couple of drinks at my favourite club, she managed to do what I would have found incredibly difficult. I'd say that's money well spent.
Elliot H., Berlin, Germany