Moving house is stressful. Moving with house with children is even more stressful. Moving house with children in a country where you don't fully understand the language or how things work is...well, you get the idea. So here is a little guidance to moving within the city to hopefully ease the pain..
If your baby is a German citizen, then you are able to get them a German passport (Kinderreisepass). The process of getting your baby a German passport is often much quicker and cheaper than getting one from your home country, so it can be a big plus for those wanting to travel with their newborn for example. Best of all, children's passports in Germany are issued and in your hands on the day you apply for them as long as you have all the valid documents and meet the criteria necessary.
German children's passports are valid for 6 years up to the age of 12. From the age of 10, the child is expected to sign the passport themselves. Here are the details on how to apply for a German children's passport.
Giving birth in another country can get pretty complicated. If you are unsure how to apply for your baby's birth certificates and register his/her birth in Germany. Here are the details you need...
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