In your first few weeks and months in Germany, you are bound to have a lot of questions; such as how can I find a place to live? Where can I learn German? How do I find a job? Which school should I send my children to? The migration adviser will help you with all these questions and more. You don’t need to be able to speak German to use this service. The advisers are usually able to speak your language.
I sought help when I came to Germany. That’s how I found an apartment
This information centre supports young migrants aged between 12 and 27 with school, vocational training and careers.
The information service helped me find accommodation. The people were very forthcoming. They explained how I could get vocational training in Germany
You can also ask for advice on many important questions here. Do you have specific questions about your asylum application or problems? Pro Asyl offers advice in individual cases in German and English.