Moving To Germany: Everything You'll Need To Know - And More.
Germany: Quick Facts
Germany experiences a moderate climate, with no extreme temperatures hot or cold, though weather has been known to change quite quickly at times (hot to cold and vice versa).
Germany, like other European countries, suffers from stereotypes about its people. These are simply cultural differences, with most Germans being very courteous and helpful.
German CitizenshipWhile there are many ways to become a citizen of Germany depending on your legal status, the most common way for an immigrant in Germany to become a citizen is to do it through the process of naturalisation. Requirements for naturalisation include a stay of 8 years before your application for naturalisation, not broken any German laws and have the ability to support and house yourself and your dependents after you become a German citizen.
Germany: By The Numbers
Hours Per Week
According to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Germans average 25.7 hours per week working, one of the shortest work weeks in the world.
Germany is the 10th most populous country in the world.
About 25% of America's population claims to have German descent.