Effortless moving to Munich
You have already taken the most important step for your move to Bavaria’s capital. You have chosen a flat in TIMEHOUSE, your second temporary home.
Moving to Munich
Our credo is that you feel at home with us. #cominghome That’s why we would like to make your start in Munich easier and have collected all the necessary first steps for you. This way you can enjoy your first time in Munich in comfort and get to know the urban and sociable Bavarian lifestyle in a relaxed atmosphere.
Hire a relocation service: If you wish, a relocation service can take care of almost every service you need to get settled in a new city. You only have fill out a few forms.
Officially arriving in Munich
As a citizen of the European Union, you need to consider the following things before arriving:
- Book an apartment at TIMEHOUSE to start your new life in Munich with only the most necessary things like clothes and cosmetics.
- Organise a flight or a ride to Munich and pay attention to the currently valid entry regulations. Think about how much luggage you want to take with you so that you can plan the transport of any excess luggage in good time. This is usually cheaper than booking shortly before departure.
After your arrival in Munich, there is a bit to do for you:
Register at Munich's citizens' office
Register at Munich’s citizens’ office within 2 weeks. For this, you will need a confirmation of your new residential address, TIMEHOUSE, and your passport. Our team will be happy to help you with the address and issue you with the required confirmation. You can also find more information about this here.
After the registration as well as your start of the new job, you will receive your tax number.
German bank account
If you have not already done so in advance, you can also open a German bank account. Your passport or identity card is sufficient for this purpose.
If you need insurance for your stay in Munich, we highly recommend our partner Fimu Consult.
For further information, such as child allowance “Kinderbeihilfe”, please contact the Munich Citizens’ Advice Bureau.
For all those coming from outside the European Union, the best way to start is like this:
- Before you enter the country, please find out about the current visa regulations and organise your work permit in advance. Finde more information: working permit
- To avoid any unpleasant surprises, also check whether your driving licence is valid in Germany.
With these tips, we wish you a good start with us in Munich. It’s good to have you here. Feel free to click here to digitally visit the available flats with us today.