IMPACT – LOW
What is the change? Applicants are facing delays at the Foreigners Office in Munich due to a staffing shortage.
What does the change mean? Applicants in Munich should expect delays, particularly for permanent residence applications, applications for family dependents, and early-filed applications to extend permits. Walk-ins are being accepted in urgent cases where an individual is changing employers, a new employment is in place or a permit is expiring soon.
BAL Analysis: The delays affect applications in Munich only. Employers and individuals should factor in the delays when planning business schedules.
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