Ukrainian refugees are advised to register with the German authorities as soon as possible. This is a prerequisite for being able to open a bank account, get money, take up employment or receive medical care.Continue reading
The Arbeitskreis Asyl Bad Mergentheim invites you to a toy flea market on Saturday 10 September 2022 from 10 am to 4 pm on the market square in Bad Mergentheim.
War, persecution or displacement have forced people to flee to safe countries. Often alone and without contact with their families or friends, they have to find their way in a foreign environment and culture. The Asylum Working Group wants to help with this.Continue reading
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The website uatalents.com provides jobs for refugees from Ukraine.
The German Federal Center for Health Education offers information on Corona in Ukrainian at www.infektionsschutz.de. From hygiene tips about 2G, 2G+ or 3G to vaccination, you can find all the important information there.
The Federal Ministry of the Interior and Homeland has launched a website that lists important information for refugees. You can reach the site at www.germany4ukraine.de. There you can find basic information as well as information on accommodation or medical care in German and Ukrainian.
Telekom provides refugees from Ukraine with SIM cards with unlimited data volume free of charge. This can also be used to make phone calls free of charge. One card is provided per person. A Ukrainian identity document must be presented in order to receive them.Continue reading