In fact, you’d probably describe yourself as a forward-thinker, someone who sets goals and achieves them. Someone who doesn't know the meaning of the word "can't."
But right now, you’re stuck in a life you no longer want. Maybe you’re bored with it. Maybe it’s exhausting. Maybe you haven’t had a day off in five years and are about to go insane.
Whatever the case, right now, you have a new goal. And that’s to build a new life in Germany.
Germany is the cultural and economic center of Europe: the place where creative-thinkers, beer-drinkers, entrepreneurs, and tech-gurus flock to build both interesting and less stressful lives.
And since you’re here right now, something tells me you’re just like them: full of ideas, with a positive mindset about the steps you need to take — no matter how difficult they might be.
But maybe you…
You want to build a life that matters in Germany.
Maybe you want to find the perfect job — one that offers that elusive “work-life balance,” along with around 24 paid vacation days per year.
Maybe you want to set up your freelance career, or build your artist portfolio, or start your own business.
Maybe you want to raise a family in Germany and take advantage of the incredible social programs.
Maybe you want your children to be bi- or trilingual, raised in a German culture that respects them as individuals who learn from an early age how to take care of themselves.
Or maybe you just want a new adventure, because that’s what life’s about.
But you don’t know how to make this adventure your reality. You feel stuck.
And I know how you feel. I’ve been there.
And so have many friends, colleagues, and clients of mine, who I’ve helped come to Germany, find a job, secure a visa, get an apartment, and begin their new lives.
You want to move to Germany to build a new life, invigorate your career, and have a once-in-a-lifetime adventure. And I’m here to help you, every single step of the way.
Guten tag! Hallo! My name is Philip Eggersglüß, and I love to help goal-oriented workers, creatives, intellectuals, students, and people like you move to Germany, learn the visa process, and begin a new, exciting life.
But how did this whole course start?
Well, as you can probably tell from my last name, I’m German. I was born here.
But I didn’t always live in Germany. Like you, I had dreams to get out there and explore the world. I went to high school in Canada, and lived in the United States. I traveled all over the world and spoke to people from all different cultures.
And then, I made a big leap and attended law school, where I learned the ins and outs of the German legal system.
That, combined with my sincere passion for helping people who want to change their lives for good and reach their ultimate potential, brought me to building this New Life in Germany course.
I help people from all different backgrounds and continents — from New York artists to Syrian families to Australian software developers to Indian teachers, and every sort of person in between — come to Germany, find a home, get a job, set up their businesses, and build a life here.
Each challenge is unique. Every visa is different. And for many of my clients and friends, each situation is dramatic and crazy difficult. I can tell you, there have been tears, and lots of ‘em.
And every single one of my clients, colleagues, and friends have been granted a successful German visa, with my help.
Now, I want to help you set up your new life in Germany.
Through over 30 videos, a free Visa hack mini-course, and more than 20 different worksheets and checklists, I make sure people like you know how to move to Germany, set up your life, find a job, and secure your long-term visa. Check out my New Life in Germany Course ▸
Before I go, I want to invite you to get my exclusive video on German Visas for free. We will find out together which Visa is the right one for you to start your new life in Germany:
And thanks for reading this far. Making this move to Germany is a tough decision, every step of the way. But I appreciate the thought you’re putting into it. I hope I can help.