About Aykut Elseven

Aykut Elseven is a lawyer and partner at Schlun & Elseven. He advises and represents clients in Germany, Europe and worldwide as an expert in immigration and extradition law. In addition, he specializes in business immigration and supports clients with his experience in setting up and moving to Germany.

Persecution under National Socialism: Facilitated Naturalisation

§ 116 (2) German Constitution provides for former German nationals who were deprived of their citizenship for political, racial or religious reasons between 30 January 1933 and 8 May 1945, as well as for their descendants, to be entitled to re-naturalisation (so-called "Wiedergutmachungseinbürgerung"). Other types of naturalisation sometimes require a certain knowledge of German [...]

Digital Nomad Visa in Germany 2022

The number of people working digitally and away from the office was already on the rise before the Covid-19 pandemic; however, it has only increased further since then. Employers have seen that employees in certain sections can work partly or fully online over the last year. The pandemic has accelerated the process, and it [...]

Proposed New EU Blue Card Rules: 2021

Proposed changes to the EU Blue Card were agreed on by the European Parliament and the Council, and they are part of an overall plan to change aspects of the European Union's migration policy. These alterations aim to attract more highly skilled professionals to European countries, including Germany, which should provide an answer for [...]

Benefits of German Citizenship

At Schlun & Elseven Rechtsanwälte, our lawyers regularly handle cases concerning German citizenship applications - whether they arise through cases of Naturalization or German Citizenship by Descent. Additionally, we often contend with challenging cases concerning dual citizenship and when it is allowed for under German law. Due to its economy's strength, its location at the [...]