I know how you feel when you get ready for your freelance visa interview - anxious and uncertain. You probably ask yourself
Am I missing any important document?
What are other criteria that go into consideration?
Will I receive my visa on spot?
It is a nerve-wracking procedure. I have been there, done that. My secret sauce is my years-long experience, countless cases and most importantly the guidance that now turned into my mission.
Together we define strong and weak points of your paperwork following the official checklist and insider tips from my experience
Your gained confidence encourages you to see your future freelance visa interview clearly
an expat freelancer
for expat freelancers
Agentur für Arbeit, Schulamt, apartment viewings
125+ hours in many administrative offices of Berlin translated into
English and Russian
You got a job offer in Berlin and are getting ready for a great move in your life. Still, some questions are puzzling you:
How to search for an apartment in Berlin?
What are the other steps to settle in Berlin?
What if they don't speak English at all?
You’ve read thousands of how-tos but still, a lot of them give you perplexing information and leave you with the mixed feeling. Don’t hesitate and talk to me.
71 people and their families found their homes in Berlin
with my help
My name is Maria Lupandina. I'm a language professional from Russia based in Berlin. Back in 2016, I started as a freelance English tutor in Berlin and in some months became a Berlin city-coach or relocation consultant. Since then I’ve accumulated a lot of experience in getting a freelance residence permit, flat search, and interviews at Agentur für Arbeit. I've been working with awesome companies and am thankful for all this experience I gained through them. My end customers were mostly IT hires of a fashion company, a fin-tech one (online banking) and a meal-kit company.
I’m focused on relocation, interpretation, and translation for non-German speakers in Berlin. I'm open to cooperation with companies too.