I try to answer as many questions as I can with this website, but there are still many stones left unturned and many questions left unanswered. Here is how you can find help for the topics I have not yet addressed.

Ask the English-speaking community

You can leverage the support of the following communities and its members.

  • Toytown Germany - THE English-speaking forum. While it's not as active as it once was, it still has thousands of threads you can search.
  • Free Advice Berlin - the largest Facebook support group in Berlin. They have a large user base that quickly answers most questions
  • Berlin EXPATS - another large Facebook group where expatriates living in Berlin support each other.
  • German Freelance Visa Help - a small but active Facebook group
  • /r/berlin - the main subreddit for Berlin. Make sure you read the rules before posting.
  • /r/germany - the English-speaking subreddit for Germany. They also have a lot of information and a large community that can answer your questions.
  • Quora - a general Q&A website

Ask the German-speaking community

If you can speak German, the following communities can also help you

  • Gutefrage - a popular German equivalent to Quora and Yahoo! Answers
  • /r/de - the main German-speaking subreddit for Germany. It's the largest German-speaking community on reddit
  • /r/FragReddit - a much smaller subreddit where you can ask questions in German
  • Jeder hilft jedem - the largest German-speaking Facebook advice group for Berlin. You must first request access by confirming that you have read the group's rules

Ask a professional

We have compiled a few lists of English-speaking professionals to help you find legal, financial and medical assistance in Berlin.

Visa issues

Medical issues

Financial and legal issues

Ask me

Write to contact@allaboutberlin.com. I can't answer every question, but I can point you in the right direction.