Expat Life in Neuss

Working and living in Neuss

Written by Garry and last edited by Garry on

 
© Amazing Capitals / Greg
© Amazing Capitals / Greg
© Amazing Capitals / Greg

A place that takes the time out to post a Merry Christmas message in over seventy languages on their website takes foreigners seriously. In fact the mayor has declared his personal responsibility (Chefsache) for the so-called integration of residents from abroad. A special council office is open for a couple of hours during weekdays and the website reveals the names and numbers of employees.

Large corporations and businesses from around the world have offices in Neuss. Countries represented include the US, Japan, China, Korea, Britain and many, many more.

International Clubs in Neuss

Whether the Deutsch-Amerikanische Gesellschaft and the Deutsch-Chinesischen Gesellschaft in Neuss or other clubs based in nearby Düsseldorf, the opportunities to meet other expats and foreign business travellers in the region are rather extensive.

Registration in Neuss

Those moving to Neuss will find that in Germany everyone taking up residency needs to register. In general, anyone who plans to remain here for more than three months will need to visit the local authorities, ideally within the first week after arrival. The process in Neuss is thankfully straightforward.

Welcome to Neuss

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Relocating to Neuss

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Most desirable districts and neighbourhoods in Neuss lay within close distance to the main shopping street. The surrounding areas are flat, agricultural and offer quiet villages and space for the more venturous. Consider registration and also driver's and pet licenses upon arrival.

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Library in Neuss

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For a small annual fee, membership to the library in Neuss gives access to some one thousand books and four hundred DVDs. The library also offers readership of approximately 1,700 international newspapers and magazines. English langusage films screen during summer.

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Pets in Neuss

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Germans, on the whole, love and respect pets and are very friendly towards dogs. Dogs need to be registered within two weeks of arrival at the citizens office (Bürgeramt), which issues the relevant forms that need to be completed and submitted together with proof of residency.

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Contact

93

Ausländer- und Einbürgerungsbehörde

Rathaus

Michaelstrasse

41460 Neuss , NRW

Germany

Phone: +49 2131 903 240

Fax: +49 2131 902 437

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