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Saturday, September 29, The Neumarkter Stadtlauf was held in the middle of town. Similar to American runs in many ways, participants got a t-shirt but also the kids each got a backpack and a medal. It was a huge, well-organized event and we're happy we could be a part of it. Giant pretzles, fruit and cookies and of course The kids all had their names on their tags and as they crossed the ZIEL finish line , they'd be announced be name.
Posted by Susan Richardson at 8: Monday, September 24, Organizing an exchange like this is a lot of work. There's a reason why people go through programs! We were able to set up some things like car insurance and school registration ahead of time but most things we have to handle in person. All residents in Germany and Europe too for that matter need to register their new address with the Einwohnermeldeamt Residence Office as soon as possible upon moving. Proof of this registration is necessary for all sorts of things ranging from setting up a bank account and getting a driver's license.
Foreigners like me need to also register at the Auslaenderamt Foreigner Office so the authorities can determine if we're allowed to live here, work, study, and for how long. Luckily I am married to my dear Andrew, a Brit, so I should have an automatic residence permit barring of course criminal activity -- so far I'm in the clear.
The folks at the Foreigner Office still needed to examine everything, of course this included submitting my proof of residence from the Einwohnermeldeamt. I then was sent directly back to the Einwohnermeldeamt with the document from them and obtain a confirmation that the document they gave me earlier is correct and then return to the Auslaenderamt.
Like we have nothing else to do! THEN there was the small but crucial issue of proving my proficiency in German. The lady had a form and desperately needed to know which box to check regarding which document I had submitted proving my proficiency and since there was none, she couldn't possibly determine on her own whether I could speak German or not.