Germany: Allowed entry into the country for couples who have not registered their relationship

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Couples who have not officially registered their relationship and live in different countries will soon be able to meet again in person. This was reported by the Ministry of the Interior of the Federal Republic of Germany. The current ban on entry into Germany for one of the partners who is not an EU citizen is to be lifted on Monday.

The condition for entering a country outside the European Union is proof of a long-term partnership and at least one personal meeting held in Germany, or confirmation of joint residence abroad. In addition, it is necessary to provide an invitation from a citizen of Germany, a joint explanatory note and passport data.

To combat the spread of coronavirus, Germany and other EU countries have introduced a universal entry ban for citizens of most non-EU countries of the world. At the same time, visits to official spouses and relatives were allowed under certain conditions, while couples who preferred not to register their relationship were forced to come to terms with the inability to see each other. “I welcome the fact that we were able to resolve this issue within the European framework,” commented on the lifting of the ban, German Interior Minister Horst Seehofer.

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