Where do I have to register when I arrive in Rastatt? How do I find work? Where can I learn German? Where can I find childcare for my own children? Answers to these questions are provided by the various counseling organizations and contact points in Rastatt.
An overview with translation into ten languages is also available digitally via the Rastatt district's "Integreat" app or on the website: https://integreat.app/lkrastatt/de
Contact and advice centers
Arrive in Rastatt
Anyone who wants to stay in Germany for a longer period of time needs a residence permit. This must be applied for at the Aliens Department. Anyone who has found an apartment in Rastatt must also register at the Citizens' Registration Office within two weeks. Only then can state benefits be claimed.
General coordination and advisory services
Migration counseling for adult immigrants
Migration counseling for young people
Social counseling for refugees in follow-up housing
Social counseling for refugees in temporary accommodation of the district Rastatt
Church counseling for refugees
Return and perspective counseling
Migrants or refugees living in the district of Rastatt who are thinking about a voluntary return to their country of origin or who want to avoid deportation can get advice here.
- Interpreter network of the Diakonisches Werk of the Protestant church district Baden-Baden and Rastatt
- Online learning portal of the adult education center
- Online German courses of the broadcaster Deutsche Welle
- Online German courses of the Goethe-Institut
- Information about German courses at the district of Rastatt
Kindergarten and school
Training, work and study
More offers, clubs, info
Helpful links and digital offers
Customer Area Integration and Community Work
Fruchthalle administration building accessible without barriers