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The Prostitute Protection Act ProstSchG is a law that regulates all matters of prostitution in Germany and keeps an eye on businesses by enforcing strict regulations. This law became fully effective on 1 July Insist on having all 16 federal states listed. In this way you are free to move about and independent from the authority. If you are controlled by the police, they can determine your identity with the photograph and by comparing with your passport.
If you are under 21, every year. In some cities you may have to pay a fee. The consultation consists of receiving advised on how to prevent diseases, contraception, on pregnancy and the risks of alcohol and drug abuse.
If you are under 21, every six months. During the registration you will receive advice and information on the ProstSchG, other laws relevant for the sex industry, on health insurance and social security, health-related and social counselling centres, emergency help and tax obligations.
According to this law, you should register in the city where you will be working most of the time. The authority should decide about your application straight away or at the latest within 5 days.
The ProstSchG does not require mandatory health examinations. This information should be given in a language you understand. But that's not all. You also need to know about the following: Stephanie Klee December