Wilde Relocation is closely monitoring all national and international updates on the COVID-19 pandemic to ensure that our measures are compliant with the latest developments and official requirements.
Please note that we are currently unable to accompany our clients to the immigration office, house/apartment viewings or other official appointments. We will inform your employee about this circumstance and continue to assist with all administrative processes online or via phone.
Unfortunately, these precautions may cause minor delays in processing. In order to keep physical contact of any kind to an absolute minimum, we may be required to reduce the number of appointments with the citizens registration office and the tax office. Thank you for your understanding and patience.
Please rest assured that we will do our best to provide you and your employee with extensive and continuous support:
We are constantly reviewing the authorities’ official instructions and recommendations of the Robert Koch Institute. Required updates will be applied to our internal policies and action plans immediately.
We have advised our team to work from home for the safety of our clients and to support the prevention of further spreading of COVID-19. All of our account managers can be reached via their cell phone number (please find them in their respective mail signature).
Our office in Chausseestraße will be frequented by one of our staff regularly to check the letterbox and handle passports and other documents, if contactless organization is not an available option.
We are trying to avoid visits to government offices and instead organize as many administrative tasks as possible online or via phone.
Current quarantine regulations
A ten-day domestic quarantine is required if traveling to Germany from a high-risk area.
Quarantine ends if the result of a test, carried out at the earliest five days after entry, is negative. Please note that depending on where the assignee is tested, it can take one to three days until they will receive their results.
If symptoms occur within 10 days after entry despite a negative test result, the assignee is required to immediately place themselves in self-isolation and inform the authorities. They may be ordered to take a second test.
From November 8th, all travelers to Germany are required to register online prior to their entry.
It is advisable to download the Corona App, which serves as a warning system and aims to reduce the spread of COVID-19. For more information on the corona app and how to use it please visit the official site.
Please click here to find an overview of FAQs regarding COVID-19 testing when travelling to Germany.
Where to get tested for COVID-19
There are testing centres for returnees at Berlin Schönefeld Airport (SXF) and Airport Berlin Brandenburg (BER).The assignee will be required to present their passport and flight ticket. Please note that additional charges may apply.
Testing at the central train and bus stations is no longer available.
There are several medical offices, where testing is available to travelers. Charges and conditions may vary.
Some medical offices provide collective testing to employees of a single company.
What to do in the event of suspected or confirmed COVID-19 cases
If, in the last ten days, you or any of your employees came into contact with someone confirmed to have contracted COVID-19 and you have been meeting with your employees during this period, please contact us immediately via mail or phone and follow the steps recommended by Berlin authorities.
Thank you for your support and cooperation.
Together we are always stronger. ♥