Formal circumstances may prevent a Jew from moving to Germany, such as:
- having held a high rank in the Communist Party during the Soviet era;
- criminal record;
- suspicions of terrorism, activities against Germany
The death or abandonment of the applicant's resettlement effort puts an end to this opportunity for his or her entire family. It is also important for a Jew to leave for Germany in time to avoid losing this chance forever. After receiving a positive answer, one year is left for the fees and all questions, and three months after the national visa is issued.
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