Original By Erayk | September 2016
Welcome to Munich
Everyday Life Services
Local Authorities Services
Language and Communication
Are you planning to move to Munich or its surroundings?
Would you like to have support in order to find the right living environment?
Do you need help finding the appropriate school or kindergarten?
Do you wish to learn German or to improve it?
Do you require assistance dealing with German authorities?
CLIC is an Intercultural Integration Service with a focus on guaranteeing a personal support for foreign professionals and their families wishing to relocate to Munich and to facilitate a smooth transition in all aspects of everyday life.
CLIC does not only help with getting over the red tape but also offers special language training for dealing with local authorities.
The service package will help you to get over the red tape. Some things need to be done as quickly as you arrive in Germany in order to facilitate an easy transition.
Official registration with local authorities such as:
Residence permit for you and your family members
In addition to the local authorities services we can help you to learn or to improve your German:
How to deal with German authorities:
German (native), French (fluent), English (fluent), Portuguese (fluent), Mandarin Chinese (intermediate), Italian (basic), Spanish (basic), Greek (basic)
Since 2002 member of Sietar (Deutschland): Society for International Education, Training and Research
As an Intercultural Communication Professional with various experiences in general intercultural topics based on diverse international activities Christiane has not only over 20 years of experience in language training but also knows what difficulties can arise when you deal with a multi-cultural work environment. She graduated from the University in Mainz, Germany. During her career she was lucky enough to be able to combine language and cross-cultural communication skills, particularly focusing on how to integrate non-nationals into the German culture. Supporting you in all its facets of everyday life here in Germany is one of her core competencies. She is passionate about swimming, hiking, cycling, reading books and meeting people.