I need some advice about getting a working holiday visa in Germany.
I am Australian and will be travelling on an Australian passport. I've checked with the consulate and they advised that there is a bilateral agreement between Australia and Germany and I should apply for a working visa after arriving in Germany. As long as sufficient funds are provided (enough for a return ticket and to support myself for the first three months) and I have health insurance to cover my stay, they said there shouldn't be any problems. My partner lives in Germany and I am able to join his health insurance policy once I am there. I was hoping to only buy insurance for about a month until I can join his plan. Do you think this will be a problem at customs?
I've purchased a one way ticket and am a little bit nervous about being denied entry. Does anybody have experience with applying for this visa?
Any advice would be much appreciated!
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