Leaving Germany or already abroad?
When you leave Germany to live somewhere abroad, you are obliged to deregister your address in the citizen’s office. SympatMe assists you with this process if:
- You don’t speak German
- You don’t have the time to do it yourself
- You are already abroad
We help you deregister your German address
Deregistration made simple.
Spare yourself the hassle and save loads of time with SympatMe, your relocation specialist!
You don’t speak German? Or you already live abroad?
Get SympatMe to take care of it for you! With us, you can process your deregistration online and in English. We are at your side with advice and support on all essential topics.
Contact our experienced support team. If you are unsure about anything or have any questions, we will be happy to help you! Try our live chat or send us an email.
Our services were created together with experts and comply with the requirements of the authorities.
Leaving Germany Services
There are so many obstacles related to moving abroad. We are happy to support you with those and other troubles with bureaucracy, especially if you don’t speak German, already live abroad, or simply don’t have time for everything. Get an overview of our offers in the following.
Your Relocation Expert in Germany
“The idea is to give foreigners in Germany the tools they need to handle German bureaucracy & settling-in in their language successfully.”
Deregistration.de is part of SympatMe – a company founded in 2014 that helps people deal with bureaucratic matters in Germany. We also support people in settling and living in Germany.
The idea for this project came in 2014.
Many of our international friends were moving to Germany at the time.
What our Customers say
“I actually filed my deregistration myself by post. I had a friend help me. But I never received my deregistration confirmation. I needed it to get out of some contracts. By then, I was already in France, working, and I didn’t have the time to fly back to Germany for a piece of paper. And I really don’t speak enough German to call the office.
Thank you for helping get this done!”
Thank you so much for your help! I was in Germany Work-related. I never had to speak German, really. My company took care of everything. But when I found a new job back home, I had to do the paperwork on my own! Unbelievable how all documents are only available in German. I really would have struggled without you guys.
I only work in Germany for two years. After the project end I need to cut ties with Germany. I was happy to find SympatMe. My English is ok but I don’t speak much German. And Germany want so much Paper! Good to have help. Thank you many times!
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