Register for residence (new place of residence)
If you move to another municipality, then you have to register in your new place of residence.
- Book an appointment
If you move to Germany and want to live in Burladingen for any time, you need a residence certification within 2 weeks after your move.
Your landlord has to confirm, that you are living in that flat or house he is renting to you. It's necassary that he sign the formula with his signature.
If you leave Germany and move to another city, your landlord has also to confirm this in this formula.
The registration office is
- the municipal or city council where you live or
- administration association or the municipality which handles the tasks of the registration office for the residential area.
You are moving house.
In order to register, you must, as a rule, appear to the registration authority personally. The registration authority records your new data and provides you with a print out of this. You confirm the correctness and completeness of your data with your signature on the print out.
You then receive a written confirmation in the form of a free-of-charge official registration confirmation.
You can also register your family members, should they have lived with you at the same place of residence previously and be moving house with you.
Within two weeks of moving house
The registration authority can request additional documents from you. These generally include:
- Passport or personal ID card
- ID documents for family members: For children who do not hold a child’s passport, you must present the birth certificate.
- Certificate of the landlord
Tip: You can have the address in your ID document updated at the same time when you register your place of residence.
After registration, you receive an official confirmation of registration for your records.
The German original version of this text was drafted in close cooperation with the relevant departments. The Innenministerium released the full description on 11.01.2021. Only the German text is legally binding. The Federal State does not assume any liability for the translated texts.
In cases of doubt or if you have any questions or problems, please contact the relevant authorities directly.