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Would there it be a problem in this case? No. EU countries aren't supposed to stamp EU passports, so virtually no Italian (or other EU citizen) leaving France (or other Schengen country) has any record of when they last entered France or the Schengen area. I would like to assume the pickiest immigration officer possible. If your Italian citizenship comes ...


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There are multiple ways you can obtain permanent residency (PR) in Australia. Pathways to PR will generally fall into 3 categories: 1. Skilled Independent You could obtain a Skilled Independent visa directly. You will have to pass a points test that will rank you based on occupation, education level, age, English language ability, years of work experience,...


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One reason for being denied entry is: "using deception in an application for entry clearance, leave to enter or remain." This is, according to your description, your case. It does not matter what was your motivation. For some reason you thought it was a good idea, and the UK thought it was not. The above situation results in an entry ban for 1 to ...


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I think you're asking the question a bit too late, since she has already changed her name in the US. The new name is right there - on the marriage certificate. Now, you need to bring all the rest of the documentation up to date with the new name.


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Firstly you will need a license as an employer who can issue Certificates of Sponsorship. You will be allotted a certain number depending on your qualifications. Once these are issued to the future employee, they can then apply for a Tier 2 visa. There are many requirements such as minimum pay requirement, RMLT as well as the demonstrated skills to do the ...


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For New Zealand, Brazilian citizens are eligible for a working holiday visa: http://www.immigration.govt.nz/migrant/stream/work/workingholiday/brazilwhs.htm However, there are limited places available: The quota opened on 3 September 2013 and was filled within a short time. Further places will become available in September 2014. Unfortunately, Brazilian ...


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This is problematic. Your employer will need acceptable evidence of your right to work. The first such document you can get is a certificate of application for a residence card, but to apply for that your wife must be a "qualified person." That basically means that she must be working, looking for work, studying, or self sufficient. There are a few other ...


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Unfortunately you are not eligible to apply for migration to Australia at the moment. Before you can be eligible you will have to have a skills assessment in your IT occupation. This would done be the Australian Computer Society. They require between 2 and 8 years work experience in a job that is highly related to your qualifications. In your case it would ...


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While the Flex program is accredited, and from a well-recognised university, it is rather new, and it's hard to say whether it will be accepted as equivalent to a traditional bachelor's degree (including a traditional distance-learning program). One issue is that if you go through the program quite quickly (which I get the impression is possible under this ...


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To preserve as an answer the comment from Traveller, which was presumably added on travel.stackexchange: I’m struggling to find an official source however this site indicates that if you have a Portuguese residence permit, either temporary or permanent, you can apply for family reunification visa for a spouse . If you’re not married, the usual ...


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If you do not plan to finish your degree, without leaving Germany, it is only possible to apply for a Blue Card (of course, only if you satisfy requirements, i.e. have higher education degree and an offer with high salary). See https://www.bamf.de/SharedDocs/Anlagen/DE/EMN/Studien/wp67-emn-wechsel-aufenthaltstiteln-aufenthaltszwecken.pdf?__blob=...


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The law has not changed. It is essentially impossible for a UK resident, citizen or otherwise, to bring over a relative other than a minor (under 18) child or spouse. The lawyer you spoke to advised you correctly. If your sister is not already a graduate, the best option for your sister to come to the UK is to study at a UK university. She would need to pay ...


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Yes, as a holder of a residence permit to study (§ 16 Abs. 1 AufenthG) special rights exist based on § 16 Abs. 5 AufenthG. This is similar in nature to a Jobseeker visa, with the exception that you are allowed to work while searching. Once found, a corresponding residence permit can be applied for including a EU Blue Card (§ 19a AufenthG) So a job ...


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Your resident card and passport will be enough to enter Portugal on your way back, unless you are violating the rules by not having the proper insurances etc of course but it seems to me that you do have the insurance just not the actual paper for it? Of course if you are breaking the rules and you do not in fact have the proper details in place, you might ...


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Your Associate Degree is probably considered level 5 or 6 in the NZQF. This counts for a certain number of points in the points-based assessment system of the Skilled Migrant category. A Bachelor's Degree would probably count for 10 more points. Years of work experience in your area of expertise also counts for points. From Can I apply under the Skilled ...


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Many of the UPS shops have mail service. This one may help. There are other UPS shops there, and everywhere. http://www.ups.com/content/br/en/contact/


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A Brazilian national can enter the Schengen Area, including Spain, visa free for up to 3 months during a 6 month period following the date of first entry. However, visa-free entrance does not confer the right to work, either in Spain or any Schengen country. An individual can’t apply directly for a work permit. The employer in Spain has to do it, through ...


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Australia has points-based immigration system, so you can calculate your points and chance to pass. http://www.workpermit.com/australia/point_calculator.htm - for Australia. This is of course just a start, you need to do much more of your own research about both Australia and other countries with immigration based on points, like Canada and I think New ...


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