Questions tagged [eu-citizens]

For questions pertaining to citizens of the European Union member states - where the specific country (eg Spain) is not important, but where rules for EU members as a whole may be distinct.

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Using a travel adapter long term

I’m moving from the EU to the UK in a couple of weeks for a ~3-year period, and I’m not sure what to do with power plugs. The easiest option is to buy a couple of power strips and an equal amount of ...
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Can I reside in Germany, in case I work for a Belgian company?

I am a Turkish citizen living and working in Germany. I don't have a Blue Card. My wife is also a Turkish citizen living and working in Germany. She will get her Blue Card in 2 months. Recently I got ...
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Can a British-license holder drive an EU registered car in the UK? [duplicate]

I'll be moving abroad in November and planning to get my car from EU to the UK this or next month before we move, so that I can drive all the way there. Do I need to register the car here with ...
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How long can an EU national live in the UK if they entered UK through CTA? (after Transition period)

Will an EU national living in Ireland be subject to immigration checks when travelling from Ireland to UK after the transition period? If no, how long can they live in UK by entering UK through the ...
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Different rules/procedure for new EU citizens (for less than 5 years)

Can anyone please explain what this document's page 5 second paragraph means: "If you are an EU citizen for less than five years please submit copy of your passport showing permission to remain ...
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EU citizen for less than 5 years can't exercise free movement rights to Ireland

I had read an official document in the past that stated that EU citizens exercising their right to free movement within the EU must be a citizen of (or have lived in) an EU country for at least 5 ...
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What does “have adequate means of subsistence” mean for Austrian residency over three months?

I am a dual Hungarian-Canadian citizen and a Canadian resident and once this covid madness is over I would like to spend more than three months in Austria. I was looking at https://www.help.gv.at/...
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After acquiring pre-settled status, is it possible to get a new pre-settled status? [duplicate]

My father has received pre-settled status in April 2019. He hasn't really lived in the UK (short visits) but planning to move here by the end of the year. It seems there might be a problem when his ...
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UK masters loan for EU-citizens after Brexit

As a EU-citizen, can I apply for a student loan for a master's degree in the UK for a course starting in September 2021, without moving to the UK before December 31?
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Immigation USA/Switzerland

I am in a long-distance relationship with my girlfriend. We know that marriage would be the simplest solution, but we would prefer to live together for a longer period before we take this step. ...
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Do parents need to be dependent for EU familiy reunification?

I could have asked this as a comment to this question to phoog, but I don't have enough reputation to comment there, so I have asked this as a formal question. EU law allows non-EU Core family members ...
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Regarding EU family reunification for non-EU family members

I am soon going to naturalize as a Maltese citizen. I have tried to search out but I always found unclear answers. May be my interpretations were vague. Could you please answer: Can my non-EU parents ...
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Pension in the EU when having worked in multiple European countries

I have a few questions about (state) pension plans when having worked in multiple EU countries in your lifetime. First off, EU countries have different requirements in terms of minimum years worked/...
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What differences are there between the implications for immigration status between marriage to different nationals?

If you marry a British citizen is the situation different than if you marry a non-British EEA citizen on "treaty rights"? I have gotten the impression that the terms of immigrating as the ...
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Benefit of EU Settlement Scheme for EU citizens leaving the UK before 29 June 2021?

I'm EU studying in the UK. I think expatriates is the most suitable StackExchange for my question, and I tried to add some meaningful tags: please suggest moving to another StackExchange website or ...
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EU student NOT applying to EU Settlement Scheme

I'm EU studying in the UK. I think expatriates is the most suitable StackExchange for my question, and I tried to add some meaningful tags: please suggest moving to another StackExchange website or ...
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Applying to EU Settlement Scheme very close to deadline

I'm EU studying in the UK. I think expatriates is the most suitable StackExchange for my question, and I tried to add some meaningful tags: please suggest moving to another StackExchange website or ...
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EU settlement scheme: Privacy

I'm EU studying in the UK: say I apply to the EU Settlement Scheme. I think expatriates is the most suitable StackExchange for my question, and I tried to add some meaningful tags: please suggest ...
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Registering non-EU family member of EU citizen (non-French) in France

I have a question. I am a EU citizen, non-French. My husband is from Costa Rica and he can come to EU/Schengen without any visa for 3 months. If we want to move to France for more than 3 months, let's ...
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Should I change my domicile when moving abroad for a year?

I am a Belgian citizen in my twenties. Next year, I'm planning to move to Singapore for work (as a postdoctoral researcher), with a one-year contract, which could possibly be extended afterwards. I'm ...
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Health insurance - working in Japan, dependents live in Germany

I'm a dual citizen; USA & Dutch. I've worked in Luxembourg for the past 5 years. I was a cross-border commuter, living with my family in Germany (wife + 3 kids). I've recently accepted a job ...
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EU citizen (Romanian) with Asian (VN) wife want to live in UK

I am an Eu citizen (Romanian) and I worked for 3 years as an engineer in the UK. I left a few months ago to go to Asia (Vietnam) to get married. Now, we are going back to Romania and hope we can ...
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EU Settlement Scheme for Surinder Singh applicants

We arrived in the UK on 21/12/17 after completing the Surinder Singh process in Spain. My wife received her UK Residence Card ( EU Family Member ) on 1/8/18. I'm now reading that the EU settlement ...
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Greek citizen wants to immigrate to Ireland with her South African husband. What is required?

I am a Greek EU citizen living in South Africa wanting to move to Ireland with my non-EU citizen husband who is South African. What do we need for access to live and work in Ireland?
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Working remotely for Germany and living in Spain

I am a bit confused because there is a lot of counter information in this regard. I am Spaniard, I live in Germany, I plan to move back to Spain, but be working remotely for a Germany Company (Not as ...
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Visa or not visa uk 2020

I would like to know if people need visa to stay more than 3 months in the UK during the transition period. My friend is planning to travel there for 6 months. He is spanish.
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Settling in Belgium as an EU citizen

Is it mandatory, as an EU citizen, to be registered in a Belgian municipality in order to work, get benefits and so on, or is a rent contract or a bill just enough as a proof? I'm asking this because ...
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US citizen expat with EU citizen wife and kids moving to the US- residence ans/or citizenship

I am a 48-year old US citizen that lived in the US only for a few years of my early childhood. My parents are Argentinian and also left the US with me about 40 years ago. My wife and 3 kids are ...
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How many days out of 5 years do I need to stay for satisfying the naturalization requirement for Belgian citizenship?

I'm in the research process for possibly naturalizing to be a Belgian citizen in the future. I've found most of the sites say "you'll need to have been legally resident in Belgium for 5 years." This ...
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Recognizing French nationality through my mother

Thank you ahead of time for reading this and helping me understand if I can claim French nationality for me and potentially my children through my mother's nationality. I've read a number of the ...
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My husband and I are Croatian citizens. What do we need to submit for a visa application for residency in Germany?

My husband and I are Croatian citizens. What do we need to submit for a visa application for residency in Germany?
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Potential downsides to getting a Polish passport?

Due to recent "Reasons" my UK passport is not as useful as it once was for traveling, living and working in the EU. However my grandfather is Polish. Which means I am able to get a Polish passport (...
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Will I be able to surrender my Indian passport

I'm changing my citizenship to Portuguese but I don't want to surrender my Indian passport in India as I would also have to cancel my voter id and other documents. However if I surrender my passport ...
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Will my non EEA wife get British citizenship when I get mine?

I'm an EEA national who's been living in the UK since 2016 and I brought my non EEA wife here in 2017. We both have pre-settled status and I'll qualify for settled status in 2021. At that point, will ...
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How can you exercise EU freedom of movement to your own country?

I understand that if you have lived in another EU country than your own, you can excercise EU freedom of movement to move back to your home country with your non-EU spouse. How long do you have to ...
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Grandparents are Dutch, father Dutch but became a Australia Citizen 3 years after I was born

I am after some help, looking to apply for a Dutch passport and live work in Holland. My grandparents and the siblings moved from Holland to Australia around 1960. My grandparents never became ...
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Canadian with dual nationality marrying with the second nationality, will my marriage be valid?

I have Canadian and a European country's nationality. Currently I live in Europe and I plan to marry a Chinese citizen in Europe. My question is if I marry with my European nationality will the ...
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Can a Spanish citizen live in Denmark and work remotely for a German company?

For context, I am a Spanish citizen currently studying in a university in Denmark (I am doing the full degree there. It is not an Erasmus or any other exchange program.), as part of this studies I am ...
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EU citizen and EU child, non-EU spouse - Netherlands visa

I am an EU citizen (not Dutch), with an EU child, married to a non-EU spouse (South African). I am moving to the Netherlands and am trying to understand the process. I asked an initial question about ...
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Will EU long term residence expire? How can I apply for next

I am from Asia and am about to apply for my first EU long-term residence in Spain, but I am thinking of moving to other EU countries like Sweden or Denmark to work. I want to live there regularly, but ...
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EU citizen living in an European country and working in an other country

Let's suppose that an Italian lives in Brussels but works in Lille (France). I know that they can work and live in any other EU country with little restrictions, but how does that apply to a person ...
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what is the place of issue of a passport?

I am an Italian citizen who lives in the UK. when applying for an Indian Visa (or any other Visa) they ask for the place of issue of my passport. That is the Italian consulate in London UK. what is ...
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Dutch Nationality

Hi i am a 23 year old male (born in 1996) i was hoping that you guys might be able to shed some light on my situation. My father was born in the Netherlands and moved to South Africa at the age of 8, ...
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How to Stay in Germany

I am Ghanaian; I have a South Africa resident permit and am married to a South African with two children. My wife and I came to Europe for holidays with a visitors visa and we visited my sister who ...
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Does Dutch residence permit apply to EU citizens?

I see lots of questions alluding to the Dutch concept of verblijfsvergunning, which my 2003 Dutch language textbook says is required to buy a house in the Netherlands if you’re from another country. ...
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Obligation on whether to request a residence card in a EU country as a EU non-citizen of the latter

From this question some comments below the very question made me rethink about a thing that I did not know. Regarding EU countries who mandate to other EU citizens to report their presence for long-...
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Learning the language in an other EU country

Some acquaintances who moved to France, once they got there, they have attended some French classes in which they were paid a monthly quota in order to, as said, learn the language and to integrate ...
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Switching job on EU blue card in Germany

I worked as Software Developer on EU Blue Card in Germany for 8 months. On green paper my company name was written as well. I wanted to switch job and Rathaus allowed me to switch and gave me new ...
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EEA Family permit online application

I am Nigerian and my son is Irish and goes to school in a UK boarding house. He is 16 and just started his A levels in September 2019. My husband and I are have been his carers since he was born, and ...
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Should I have declared my stocks as foreign income in my US Tax Returns?

I am a US citizen who has never lived inside the US. I was born in Belgium and lived there all my life. This year I became aware of my obligations to declare taxes in the US. Because of this, I went ...

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