We from DR-WALTER are delighted to have found in Expatrio the ideal partner to make the stay in Germany as easy and unbureaucratic as possible for foreign students. With its comprehensive relocation services, Expatrio offers help and support to all people, especially to those from non-European countries. Expatrio helps you solve the many bureaucratic issues you have to deal with if you want to study or work in Germany.
The team of the relocation platform Expatrio includes experienced experts both in the field of digital technology and "living and working abroad." Therefore Expatrio is the perfect partner for DR-WALTER because we also aim at supporting students and other visitors from abroad by recommending and providing reliable high-quality products and services.
The required minimum blocked amount for an officially approved blocked account is usually more than €10,000, so you want to be sure that your money is in good hands. Expatrio cooperates with the escrow services and payment provider MANGOPAY.
MANGOPAY is an online payment technology designed for marketplaces, crowdfunding platforms and sharing economy businesses. MANGOPAY provides the trustee services and payment technology underlying Expatrio’s blocked account. Expatrio's blocked account is tailored to each customer and it enables individual accounts for each customer, including an individual IBAN. With the MANGOPAY technology, funds can be held securely for as long as needed. MANGOPAY holds an E-Money Issuer license, which enables expatrio to accept payments, hold the funds in escrow and pay out with ease, speed and efficiency.
The German Federal Foreign Office confirms that Expatrio fulfills all requirements for visa application. So the money in your blocked account and the legally secure management are in good hands with Expatrio and its partner MANGOPAY, and you can be sure that your blocked account will meet the visa requirements.
Just click on "Open blocked account" and check out the registration process. You will see that we will clarify relevant questions with you before asking for any contact data. Don't worry: before you really open your account, this will be pointed out to you clearly and explicitly. Just check it out.