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I am a an Italian university employee in Munich. I have rented a flat until the end of November and I did the "Anmeldung" in the offices of the burgeburo.

Now I need to leave Germany for 4 months due to a job travel.

Clearly I will not have an apartment in Germany for those months.

Should I do the "Abmeldung"? Am I still officially a resident in Germany?

  • Yes thank you. Edited. – Bremen000 Nov 15 '19 at 12:41
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    "Clearly I will not have an apartment in Germany for those months." That's not at all obvious to me. Depending on the details of your travel, I would expect an employer to pay for accommodation abroad for the duration of your secondment, and you to contain paying rent on the German apartment. – Martin Bonner supports Monica Nov 15 '19 at 12:44
  • Ok, I think I could do like that. But suppose that I don't. Is it against any law? I mean, as a resident in Germany I always have to own or be renting a place in Germany? – Bremen000 Nov 15 '19 at 12:47
  • As a European probably you are entitled to live in Germany or being resident there and go somewhere else, as long as you can provide for yourself. – abdul Nov 16 '19 at 20:18
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If I read your question correctly, then your plan is to end the lease and move out of your appartment.

In this situation, you would obviously have to de-register. What makes you think that you can continue to be registered as living in an apartment after ending your lease, moving out and returning the key?

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