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Use the EU-DLR Network of Points of Single Contact to support the simple handling of administrative procedures

As part of a Europe-wide network, the Points of Single Contact give you easy access to administrations and authorities.
The Points of Single Contact will help you to:

  • if you want to become an entrepreneur in the field of EU-DLR in Germany or
  • if you want to have your regulated professional qualification formally recognised.

The Points of Single Contact will inform you about:

  • Application and required documents,
  • competent bodies,
  • Costs and
  • Duration of the administrative procedure.

The Points of Single Contact also take over the electronic handling of administrative procedures for you. You accept your application and forward it to the competent authorities. This saves you from having to go to the authorities.
The Network of Points of Single Contact consists of Internet portals and personal contact persons.

Hint:
If you want to become an entrepreneur or professional activity in another country of the European Union (EU), you will find the appropriate Point of Single Contact on the website of the EU Commission.

Process flow

If you want to use the service of the Points of Single Contact, you must contact the regionally responsible Points of Single Contact in the respective federal state in which you want to carry out your project:

  • Go to the website of the Point of Single Contact of the federal state relevant to you.
  • There you can determine the administrative procedures necessary for your project. As a rule, search functions and/or electronic assistants are available for this purpose.
  • You will then be directed to the appropriate online procedures.

Requirements

The service of the Points of Single Contact can be used:

  • Service provider
  • Enterprise
  • Founding and
  • Persons who wish to have their regulated professional qualification recognised

from

  • the Federal Republic of Germany,
  • a Member State of the European Union (EU), or
  • a Member State of the European Economic Area (EEA), currently
    • Iceland
    • Liechtenstein or
    • Norway.

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Which documents are required?

Which documents you have to submit depends on your specific project.

Hint:
Further information can be found in the electronic application form on the service portal of the responsible Points of Single Contact.

What are the fees?

The fee is variable and will be proportionate to the costs of the relevant procedures and formalities (Art. 13 para. 2 EU-DLR). The amount of the costs depends on the specific procedure.

What deadlines do I have to pay attention to?

Time limits depend on the respective procedure and can be found in the corresponding procedure descriptions

Hint:
The period does not begin until all necessary documents have been submitted in full.
 

Processing duration

  • for the provision of information:
    • on the Internet portals: immediately
    • Inquiries by e-mail: usually up to 3 days, as long as the documents are complete
  • for the processing time of the procedures:
    • The processing time depends on the respective procedure and the competent authorities. You can find them in the descriptions of the procedures.

Applications / forms

Forms available: Yes, but this may vary due to different procedures.

Written form required: Yes, but this may vary due to different procedures.

Informal application possible: Yes

Personal appearance necessary: No

On the portals of the Network of Points of Single Contact

Appeal

none

Author

The text was automatically translated based on the German content.

Technically approved by

Lower Saxony Ministry of Economic Affairs, Labour, Transport and Digitalisation

Source: Serviceportal Niedersachsen (Linie6PLus)

Further Links

Single points of contact of the state of Lower Saxony, Single points of contact of the countries of Europe, advice and assistance for EU citizens and their families.