The design and printing of the new Red Tape Translation postcard is complete. You’ll be seeing this card around the traps in restaurants, cafes, German schools and hostels: anywhere where expats hang out. Kathleen Parker and Red Tape Translation Berlin would like to thank the talented Varsha B. for all her hard work!
Berlin is a vibrant, multicultural hub of artistic genius and entrepreneurship. You knew that already, that’s why you’ve come here. Hundreds of exciting startups are establishing themselves in Berlin every year. The city is teeming with projects for writers, artists, actors, musicians, IT gurus, marketing specialists and young business practitioners. Bright and funky work environments in Mitte, Prenzlauerberg and Kreuzberg, Friday night drinks, Berlin events and parties, casual dress, flexible working hours, no hierarchy.
Red Tape Translation talks to Kerry Kempton
Kerry from Australia loves Berlin. Originally from Melbourne, she’s been here since 2009 and never looked back. Kerry took a moment out of her busy schedule to talk to Kathleen Parker at Red Tape Translation about her previous experiences with immigration in Berlin at the Ausländerbehörde in Wedding.
An experienced and qualified travel agent and manager, Kerry holds two degrees and loads of business and management experience. Brimming with enthusiasm and confidence, she dove headfirst into life in Berlin and now speaks excellent German.
Red Tape Translation is setting up to start business on September 24th 2012. Until then, appointments can be made subject to availability.
Visiting the immigration office in Berlin can be stressful if you haven’t yet mastered German, and hiring a relocation agent or an immigration lawyer is costly. Kathleen Parker is a German-English translator and interpreter, based in Berlin. She will accompany you to your appointment and act as an interpreter.
You can also use Telephone Time, a budget solution for making important German phone calls.