We are specialised lawyers in the field of migration and refugee law as well as in labour law. We have both been awarded the title "Fachanwältin für Migrationsrecht".
Our clients can expect high-quality and up-to-date advice as well as a friendly atmosphere and moderate fees. We are not affiliated with any political and/or religious group. Besides working as lawyers, we contribute to public discourse on immigration issues by providing training and giving lectures. Please find out more here.
We are a full service immigration and nationality law practice specialised in all kinds of migration law including visa matters and permanent residence, business immigration, asylum / refugee law and deportation proceedings. Simone Rapp also gives advice to and represents employees in labour law issues. For more information, please click here.
Our office is situated in Pannierstraße 8 in 12047 Berlin (Neukölln). You can reach us by phone on +49 (0)30 23919825 (landline) or by e-mail on kontakt (at) kraftundrapp.de (please replace (at) with @). Please find the directions, a map and our opening hours here.
Please note: We and our staff speak English. If you would like to mandate us or wish to have an appointment for a consultation, please contact us preferably via phone during our opening hours. Thank you in advance for contacting us.
Despite the corona pandemic, we are still there for you without restriction. However, we urgently ask you to avoid unnecessary visits to our office. We are happy to answer your questions by phone (030 23919825) or by other means of communication. Protect yourself and others! Payments should preferably be made by online banking. You find our banking details in the footer of every letter that we have sent you. You can send us documents via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, via fax to 030 23919826 or by post. Please indicate your name and your phone number so that we can call you back if necessary. If you do have to come to our office, please do not bring friends along with you to our office - we cannot offer them to wait in the waiting area.