Yes. There are two possible scenarios:
- You worked in Germany in the past but were never registered. Although we are not able to register someone who worked in Germany before and was never registered, we can check if there is a possibility to announce the back payments and produce the announcements manually, but only into a public health fund (AOK Hessen for example) and only if there is a German social security number. We are not able to produce the payslips for before January 2017 though.
- You are still working in Germany but were never registered. In this case we can backdate your registration anytime, announce the back payments and pay the authorities in Germany but just into a public health insurance fund. We are not able to produce the payslips for before January 2017 though. You should then obtain a German social security number so we can de-register you from the German system, should you leave Germany in the future.
In any event, additional costs will occur as we need to pay the consultant for this extra work and also we need to make sure we deducted enough funds from your salary to cover the payments to the authorities. We will treat each case as an individual case.