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Frankfurt has a rich and colorful history as a center for trade, which has created an open and hospitable environment that welcomes visitors from every corner of the world. The city is well known today for its vibrant business culture and status as one of the largest financial centers on the European continent. Modern architecture reflects the contemporary heartbeat of the city, while unique museums along and around the Main river firmly establish Frankfurt as a city of the arts. 
Approximately a third of the people living in Frankfurt do not hold a German passport, making it a truly multinational and multicultural city. As a world-class center for finance and services, Frankfurt is home to the headquarters of the European Central Bank, Deutsche Bundesbank (German central bank) and Frankfurt Stock Exchange, as well as more than 200 national and international banks—making it an influential center for monetary policy. The city is at the center of the Frankfurt Rhine-Main region, which is home to more than five million people and over 350,000 companies, with a workforce producing hundreds of billions of Euros in annual GDP each year. 
As one of Europe’s leading financial and cultural centers, the diversity of Frankfurt itself is mirrored by the diversity of the industries prevalent in the region. Transportation and commerce thrive due to the city’s central geographic location within Germany and Europe as a whole, alongside finance; engineering and construction; information technology; professional services; manufacturing; consumer products/packaged goods; energy; and media and communication companies, among others. 
Germany’s immigration laws and regulations are favorable to those from member states of the European Union as well as privileged countries, and visas and permits are also available to third-country nationals based on the purpose of their visit. The country’s economic boom since the 1950s and active career and remuneration opportunities continue to draw people to Frankfurt, with no end in sight.
At Fragomen in Frankfurt, companies headquartered or operating in Germany will find knowledgeable, experienced German-speaking lawyers and immigration professionals. Our Frankfurt office is organized efficiently, with teams covering specific functions including in-bound immigration support, document services, consular support and client relationship management. Fragomen in Frankfurt is also home to our Central Eastern Europe and the Nordics (CEEN) Regional Coordination Center, which works closely with Fragomen’s network of carefully chosen third-party Local Advisor firms to provide immigration support in locations where we do not have an office.
Professionals in our Frankfurt office deconstruct processes and communicate in a familiar and friendly way so clients can reap the benefits of working with a local immigration firm. Yet, from our German base, we are also able to provide an extensive array of unique, global services via our network of colleagues in Fragomen offices around the world. Regardless of your origin or destination, Fragomen in Frankfurt is here to help with your immigration challenges.
Fragomen in Germany is Fragomen Global LLP, Germany branch, a limited liability partnership practicing law in Germany.
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Fragomen Global LLP, Germany branch

Neue Mainzer Strasse 75
Frankfurt am Main, 60311

T  +49 (0) 69 20 97 49 0

F  +49 (0) 69 20 97 49 29

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