One of these times can be to learn one day that you are going to be out of a job soon. In this case, you are faced with different options. Either you saw it coming and you have already secured your next job, or it came out of the blue and you best option will be to claim unemployment benefits in Germany. Although i do have job again now, i did go through all the steps in order to gain those. I thought i would lay it out clearly for you how it happened.

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Almost every person will spend at least a little time in their lives unemployed. As an employee in Berlin, you pay a lot of deductions out of your monthly salary. However, not everyone qualifies for Arbeitslosengeld or unemployment benefit. You will qualify if you are a registered person who has worked at least 12 months in the last two years. If you resigned, you will most likely have to wait 3 months before you can claim benefits. To claim unemployment benefits in Germany, you need to have contributed for twice as long as you can receive it for.


How To Claim Unemployment Benefits in Berlin

Started by ExPattheDog , 24 Jul Posted 24 Jul Hey all. I lost my job 4 months ago last pay check 3 months ago , went immediately same day to the arbeitsamt. Because I haven't received a paycheck in 3 months, I'm now rather broke.


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