Workshop: Australian/German Dual Citizenship
The German-Australian Chamber of Industry and Commerce, together with our new Member Chapter 2 Australia, has the great pleasure to invite you to an informative workshop on the topic of Australian and Dual Citizenship.
Ully Fritsch, founder of Chapter 2 Australia will address the following questions (and more):
• What are the benefits of Australian Citizenship versus Permanent Residence?
• Could you qualify for Australian citizenship under current regulations?
• Could you qualify to retain your German citizenship - Beibehaltungsgenehmigung (BBG) - and become a dual citizen?
• How do the two applications - the application for Australian citizenship and the application to retain German citizenship (BBG) - affect each other and what timing issues do you need to consider?
The workshop will commence with a 45 minute presentation, followed by 45 minutes of Q&A. It is presented by Chapter 2 Australia's Ully Fritsch, in English. Ully Fritsch is a Registered Migration Agent (MARN 1790167) and accredited by the German government to provide emigration advice for Australia.
Please register now to secure your spot at this informative Chamber workshop.
Ully Fritsch is the founder of Chapter 2 Australia, a boutique consultancy based in Perth, providing advice on Australian visa and citizenship matters. As a dual citizen of Australia and Germany, Ully has developed a special interest and expertise in planning and coordinating dual citizenship applications for Germans who are permanent residents in Australia.
Ully’s accreditations from Germany and Australia include: Registered Migration Agent (MARN 1790167); Licence from the Bundesverwaltungsamt Köln to provide Emigration Advice for Australia; accreditation as a translator and interpreter (German/English English/German) (NAATI #12174)
This combination of skills and licences enables Chapter 2 Australia to act as a ‘one-stop-shop’ for applicants seeking to apply for Australian citizenship and for approval to retain their German citizenship (Beibehaltungsgenehmigung).
Alternative Workshop Dates in Sydney:
Tuesday, 5 March: 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Wednesday, 6 March: 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
Registration for Sydney here >>