Opportunities to get connected to German-American and German-speaking Organizations, Communities, Radio and Business Links and other Resources. Contacts for travelers to Germany
24 hr German American Radio [offsite link]
German American Radio is one of the first Internet radio stations in the Western Hemisphere to offer both tunes and content for the German American community twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.
Consular Information Sheet on Germany [offsite link]
This page provides the consular information on the travel to Germany by US Citizens
DANK [offsite link]
The voice of German-Americans from coast to coast
The German American National Congress, also known DANK, Deutsch Amerikanischer National Kongress. The largest organization of Americans of Germanic descent, with many chapters and a network of Associate Member societies with membership spanning across the majority of the U.S.
Foreign and Commonwealth Office Advice for UK tourists to Germany [offsite link]
A continously updated guide for anyone wishing to plan a trip to Germany, or in fact anywhere else. With links to a Travel summary, Safety and security tips, Local laws and customs, Entry requirements, Health and General advice.
For whatever reason the link sometimes ´switches off´, so just enter on ´travel advice´, that will get you to the correct site.
German American Chamber of Commerce - Colorado [offsite link]
A great mixture of business links and cultural activities.
German Embassy Washington [offsite link]
For Visas, Passports and Legal matters.
German Radio Live from Germany [offsite link]
Some great German radio stations you can stream to any computer absolutely free. List does not contain links to every station but most recommended with the highest quality streams.
German-American Heritage Foundation of USA [offsite link]
The German-American Heritage Foundation of the USA serves as a national membership organization, through which Americans, with German heritage, work together on issues of common concern.
German-USA for Business [offsite link]
The Germany-USA Business Directory & Career Center, the leading recruiting source for U.S.-German and German-American markets, provides career services and publications for German-American and US-German trade.
International German Language Meetup Day [offsite link]
With "Meetup" Groups in 12 different countries if you would like to attend German Language Meetup in your area, just visit the URl and sign up. It will give you all the details on ´when and where´.
Kanada Forum [offsite link]
A website basically for anyone interested in travelling to Germany from Canada, moving to Canada from Germany or vica versa. Great place to meet others.
Milwaukee German Language Meetup Group [offsite link]
The German Language Meetup group meets monthly in three different locations, and whether you are a recent arrival from a German speaking country, have lived in Milwaukee for a couple of years, speak German as a second language and are interested in practising your language skill or mingling with other German speakers, it is a great way to meet people and get involved in the community.
Visa requirements and other information from German Federal Foreign Office [offsite link]
Visa regulation links, with list of countries for which a visa is necessary in order to enter Germany, links relating to work and study in the country, and additional travel information.
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