Frankfurt is the smallest but most compact metropolis in the world; it has people from all over the world traveling in for business, the advantage of miraculous tranquility within a rush hour and the perks of offering its citizens an extravagant lifestyle. So if you ever think of taking a piece of the city back after you leave, a symbol with the image of those three will definitely be archetypal. Architecturally, Main River divides the city into two different fronts; the concrete modern skyscrapers that resemble a futuristic mindset are the reason why Frankfurt am Main is known as Manhattan, opposed to the carefully preserved remissness of the ancient buildings and houses that now serve as museums exhibiting rare collections of art, symbolizing the worth of tradition and values. Listed as the financial capital of Europe, Frankfurt features years of tradition in trading and the aftermath of this dynamic economy, it is now an international center for business and trade, home to the European Central Bank as well as one of the largest Stock Exchanges in the World.
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Der Aufenthaltserlaubnis — Residence Permit The United States of America is one of the nations for which the Federal Republic of Germany has special regulations concerning entry visas and residence permits. US citizens in possession of a valid US passport do not need a visa for tourist or business trips to Germany for stays of up to 90 days. The passport must not expire before the end of the scheduled trip, usually no less than three months before the return date. The residence permit is also a work permit for people who wish to be employed in Germany.
In fact, it could possibly be considered not an expat lifestyle at all — more like attempting "how not to be an expat". I moved with my husband and one-year-old daughter from Herne Hill in London to a suburb of Frankfurt and not a very pretty one. The move was a relocation because of work; my husband is German and works in advertising. I am British. The move was rather traumatic.