For further information and advice on living and working in Germany and Hessen and on the State of Hessen’s revenue administration please take a look at the following links to relevant websites that may be of interest to you:
The Internet portal of the City of Frankfurt am Main provides useful information on access to the city council and the services offered by the city.
In German: www.frankfurt.de
In English: http://www.frankfurt.de/sixcms/detail.php?id=stadtfrankfurt_eval01.c.125042.en
On this website, the Hessische Staatskanzlei / State Chancellery provides information across all ministries within Hessen’s state administration and wants to help you navigate to the department you are looking for.
In English: www.english.hessen.de
The Welcome Center – initiated by the State of Hessen‘s Ministry of Social Affairs and Integration – provides practical information and specific advice, e.g. if you have questions on status of residence, matters of registration or should you need information on health insurance. If necessary, specific in German, English, Spanish or Arabic.
In German: http://www.work-in-hessen.de/dynasite.cfm?dsmid=17829
In English: http://www.work-in-hessen.com/dynasite.cfm?dsmid=19019
For an overview of Hessen‘s State Chancellery, visit the following link. With its approx. 220 employees the Staatskanzlei coordinates the current work between the ministries, plans the basic guidelines of government policy and represents it before the State Parliament.
In German: www.staatskanzlei.hessen.de
The Service Point Financial Center Frankfurt is the ideal point of contact who will assist you, either directly or as an intermediary, in all matters relating to the clarification of any tax law-related issues as well as issues of a practical nature you may have.
Furthermore, the connection between the Service Point and the Ministry of Finance guarantees direct contact with the political leadership of the Federal State of Hessen. We therefore invite you to consider the Service Point as a communication platform between the financial centre and the government.
This website by the Ministry for Higher Education, Research and the Arts will provide you with general information on the various study opportunities at the universities, universities of applied sciences and academies of music and art of the State of Hessen.
In English: http://www.study-in-hessen.de/front_content.php?idcat=23
By following this link you can find the Internet portal of the Federal Ministry of Finance. The Ministry‘s English-language publications include the brochure “An ABC of Taxes”, a comprehensive, updated guide to taxes and taxation in Germany.
In German: www.bundesfinanzministerium.de
In English: http://www.bundesfinanzministerium.de/Web/EN/Home/home.html
The Federal Central Tax Office belongs to the higher federal authorities of the German revenue administration. It is tasked with central tax-related matters at the national and international level (pursuant to the German Revenue Administration Act (Finanzverwaltungsgesetz)). Under the following link, you can find the Tax Information Centre which is the central point of contact within the Federal Central Tax Office. Specially trained teams will respond to your enquiries, especially those regarding the diverse responsibilities of the Federal Central Tax Office, in a quick and professional manner. Information and services are being provided via several call centres and online. In short, the Tax Information Center wants to help taxpayers, both individuals and companies, to be able to help themselves.
In German: http://www.steuerliches-info-center.de/DE/Home/home_node.html
In English: http://www.steuerliches-info-center.de/EN/Home/home_node.html
This joint website of the Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy and the Federal Employment Agency of Germany provides first-hand multilingual information for international qualified professionals. It informs people interested in migrating to Germany how to successfully plan their move – from the preparations in their home country right through to their arrival and first steps in Germany.
In German: http://www.make-it-in-germany.com/
In English: http://www.make-it-in-germany.com/en
The Internet portal of the Auswärtiges Amt, Germany’s Foreign Office, provides a multitude of detailed information, such as on entry into and residence in the Federal Republic of Germany.
In German: www.auswaertiges-amt.de
In English http://www.auswaertiges-amt.de/EN/Startseite_node.html
In the link below you can find information by the European Commission on living and working in Germany.
In English https://ec.europa.eu/eures/main.jsp?catId=8666&acro=living&lang=en&parentId=7811&countryId=DE&living