My home office is located in Berlin, Germany (GTM +1).
The best way to contact me is via e-mail (svilece AT web DOT de) or simply submit a comment.
I also maintain active profiles on LinkedIn, Xing, proZ and TranslatorsCafe.
Just checked your various web presence, kool. It was also nice to chat to you properly today. Off for more foto work in the UK on Wednesday for a week – I’ll catch you upon my return.
Take care for now,
I’m a fellow American expat living in Germany, and I really enjoyed perusing your blog.
Do you ever do link exchanges on your blog roll? If you do, I’d like to exchange links with you.
Let me know if you’re interested.
I’m an American in Berlin currently seeking translation and teaching jobs. As of yet, I don’t have my visa. Do you know if its possible to get the residence visa doing freelance?
Hi Allison, In my experience the residence permit is completely separate from a work permit. My residence permit did not make any mention of working freelance or otherwise. I needed to get a separate work permit for that. The easiest way to get any kind of visa is as a student. Taking a language class at a Volkshochschule classifies you as a student. With a student visa you usually have permission to work limitedly (freelance).
I’ll be in Berlin round April 15th for a couple of days, and I would enjoy a tour plus talking translation with you, if you have time.
Hello. I found your blog through google. I live in cairo at the moment and i’m studying translation into arabic and literature. But mainly translation. I’ll be starting my german courses this semester. After finishing college, i plan to emigrate to germany. Do you have any suggestions for me to get work as a translator? is it possible? My college does offer abroad semsters in germany. If i go with my college would this make it easier for me to go on my own after i finish my studies? ( i mean for the visa and so on.) Anyways, i’d love to know what do you think about this whole emigration, translation, and germany thing 🙂 have a great day.
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