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Is there anything called a yellow card for temporary residence in the USA?

I know about the green card but I heard this term "yellow card" from relatives that s/he gets a yellow card. They are saying that it means s/he has no problems for eight years. Is it true? Is there ...
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Forgot to pick up my Biometric Residence Permit; what can I do?

I forgot to pick up my BRP card when I was in London. What should I do and how can I get it so I can work?
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What does Spain “do” with the address on an NIE?

I was told that I need an NIE (foreigner's ID number) to rent an apartment but I need a residence address to get an NIE. The advice was to use a friend's address and then change it after getting the ...
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How long can I stay in Canada?

I am an Irish citizen living in the USA with a permanent resident card. I own a house in Canada. How long can I stay in Canada at one time before returning to USA? And if I return to USA how soon ...
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Do I qualify as a Permanent Resident of the UK?

I'm a German citizen who has lived in the UK since 2006. With Brexit and all, I thought it was about time I got my permanent residence document. I started as a high school student in 2006, and ...
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What would be the consequence if a non-EU student living in an EU country has his temporary resident card expired but doesn't renew it?

What happens when a non-EU student living in an EU country has his temporary resident permit expired (Type-D Study visa is also expired) but doesn't renew it? What could be the worst case scenario ...
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Indian citizen working in USA (on a work Visa) planning to get married to a citizen of Ireland

My Irish boyfriend and I are planning to get married soon. He lives in Turkey and I am currently working in the USA (on a work visa). We might get married in court here in The USA. After marriage, we ...
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I have Aufenthaltstitel (German Residence Permit) and I am in India, can I visit Germany [closed]

I have Aufenthaltstitel which is valid till next year. I was in Germany till october 2015, and then I returned back to India. I want to pursue employment opportunities in Germany, is it possible for ...
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EEA application for British Spouse - Second time with divorce papers included [closed]

Thanks to everyone who responded to the question about my EEA application in the UK. That first application was refused on the grounds that my wife was on the Home Office records as still married to ...
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EEA Family permit and UK referendum [duplicate]

My wife was recently granted an EEA FP but it is valid from the 21st of June she is only able to get a flight to the UK for the 23rd. If the UK leave the EU will it be a problem for her to get a ...
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EEA Resident Card [duplicate]

My husband a non Eea national will be coming to the UK soon as he was recently granted his EEA FP how long should a non- Eea national who is on an EEA Family Permit wait before applying for a ...
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Carte de séjour in France if I already have a long-stay visa--what's the point?

According to OFII and other resources I've run across, I'm required after entering France to apply for a carte de séjour as well. This isn't a question about how to do that--I've already begun the ...
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Self-employed status in Moscow for residence card holders [closed]

Does anyone out there have experience with this? I've got a daydream of supporting myself selling paintings or teaching drawing rather than being an English teacher forever and I've heard little hints ...
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British citizen returning to the UK (from Europe) with non-EU spouse

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/entering-the-uk-as-the-holder-of-an-article-10-residence-card/entering-the-uk-as-the-holder-of-an-article-10-residence-card According to the British law a ...
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Is Civic Integration exam needed for (non-EU) wife of Italian citizen to join him in the Netherlands?

I'm an Italian citizen residing and working in the Netherlands. My wife is Brazilian. Does she need to pass a "Civic Integration exam" in order to join me in the Netherlands and apply for residence? ...
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I've lost my passport and residence permit while staying in Austria. What are my next steps?

This is a copy of the same question I asked on the travel forum and there they asked me to ask about it here. I am an Indian student residing in Italy, my girlfriend is also a student from India ...
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Irish stamp but living in UK residence card application

I came in on a tourist visa from the states via Ireland to the UK. Due to being blind I was not aware that they gave me a stamp in my passport in Ireland but not when I flew on the same day into the ...
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Is a residence permit (but not working permit) still valid after being laid off in Germany (US citizen)?

A friend of mine (US citizen) in Berlin was just laid off after 9 days on the job. It was not performance-related, as the company is quite obviously struggling and let go of many people on the same ...
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Travelling to UK and work

I am a third-country national (citizen of a non-EU country) but I have a residence card of the Netherlands. My wife has a British passport. For the last two years, we have been living in the ...
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Can one have their German Residence Permit Renewal Interview in their home country?

I have my German residence permit renewal interview soon. But since I am sick in my home country, can I reschedule it to be here? Is it possible?
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Deregistered from Germany and Returned

I used to study in Germany and currently graduated. According to law I have the right to work/reside for 18 months afterwards in Germany. When I was leaving the country I deregistered (Abmeldung) ...
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Internet in Belgium without residence card

I have recently moved to Belgium, working here for a year, with a type D long stay visa (I am not European). I rented an apartment and applied for a residence card. However, I was told it is a rather ...