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Probably my answer becomes too late, but this is a great question, so: I would suggest that you do not even need two residence permits, rather you can study in both countries under one residence permit, if you satisfy the specific requirements of the European directive on researchers and students, which allows you to live and study in multiple EU countries ...


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Assuming that your wife is a citizen of a country whose citizens need visas for short visits to the Schengen area, your wife needs a visa. Assuming that you are not Austrian, the visa should be free of charge. She would normally apply for this visa at an Austrian consulate or embassy, but the details could be different depending on the country she's in. ...


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I don't know Austrian rules specifically, but normally it depends on whether the allowance is payment to you for doing the work (i.e. income) or repayment for expenses. For example, if a company sends an employee to another country for a few months, they will continue to pay their salary, but they may also make payments to cover expenses that the employee ...


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It depends, the rules with regards to allowances and travel allowances etc can be found here and I suggest you read carefully if you qualify. Austra allowance TAX info On the same pages you can furthermore read about a 30% tax discount for scientific work for which you do seem to qualify, but best is simply to call them and ask since tax law can be very ...


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