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Information on entry restrictions, testing and quarantine regulations in Germany:

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, restrictions for entry into Germany from many countries apply. Persons entering must complete a digital entry registration. Depending on the place departure, they also have to provide a negative test result or proof of immunity, and comply with quarantine regulations.

Medical diagnostics in Germany

The number of visitors who travel to Germany from all over the world to get medical care there is growing steadily. Medical care in the Federal Republic of Germany is one of the best in the world. The steadily improving methods in radiological diagnostics, the highly qualified medical staff and the state-ofthe- art technical equipment justify the trust in the German health system. Our task is to make these diagnostic possibilities in Germany accessible to the citizens of Pakistan and to support them in choosing the right diagnostic center.

The services we offered included:

-the careful selection of medical specialists based entirely on their diagnostic adapted to needs – making appointments with various diagnostic centers The appointments are arranged personally by our medically very experienced employee Christian Köhler and tailored to your needs. Mr. Köhler is a qualified medical-technical-radiology assistant (MTRA) and has been working as a medical specialist in various diagnostic and therapeutic facilities in Frankfurt am Main for many years. -a professional interpreting and translation service.

Important Message

The company clearly states that it is not responsible for any sorts of health, travelling insurances or any other insurances on behalf of the patient rather he/ she himself or herself has to fulfil all such requirements before coming to Germany. The patient has to personally take care of travelling inside Germany and Visa processing especially for those ready to get diagnostics services

What documents are required to apply for a Schengen visa?

-a uniform application form completely filled in and signed by the applicant.
-Travel document that is valid for at least three months beyond the date of the last intended departure from the Schengen area, which still has at least two free pages and was issued within the last ten years.
-Copy of the data page of the passport
-Copy of the domestic passport
-Passport photos (according to ICAO guidelines)
-a travel health insurance that is valid for the entire duration of the stay and for all Schengen states; it must cover all costs arising from repatriation for medical reasons, urgently needed medical treatment, hospitalization or the death of the applicant during the Stay. The minimum coverage must be 30,000 euros
-Visa fee

Legal basis:

The Schengen Visa Code, the most important legal basis for the issuing of Schengen visas for all Schengen states, provides in Article 5 that the diplomatic mission of the Schengen state in whose territory the applicant’s only travel destination is responsible for examining a visa application. If the trip encompasses several travel destinations, the diplomatic mission of the Schengen state on whose territory the main travel destination lies with regard to the duration and purpose of the stay is responsible. Only if no main travel destination can be determined is the diplomatic mission of the Schengen state responsible through whose external borders the applicant intends to enter the territory of the Schengen states.