We flew to Frankfurt am Main and almost immediately went to the Latecomers Camp Freeland, where foreigners are assigned to different categories: refugees, Jews, and ethnic Germans. There was only one camp left in Germany, where they register late immigrants, and it was through them that we came to Germany. In Friedland we were registered and began to look for social housing - ethnic Germans, as it seems, Jews, are entitled to free apartments and social payments until they can stand on their feet and pay their bills on their own. This attitude after Russia was surprising - we are Germans in the unknown generation, and we are given a free apartment, money and subsidized health insurance for the whole family!
While we were in Freeland, we did not pay for anything at all - we were fed free, and there was nothing else to spend there. After passing all the bureaucratic procedures, we were issued a registration certificate, and my mother also fell under the law on a one-time payment to ethnic Germans born before 1956, and received 2000 € compensation.
The biggest challenge was to find a place to live - in Germany it is really a problem, we even had to go to a real estate agency, through which we eventually found an apartment. While we were looking, we lived with relatives.