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I do something very similar. I live in Germany and work in Switzerland (I stay in Switzerland during the week). I am classified in German as a Grenzgänger which is sometimes translated into English as "cross-border commuter" (it is not a term that is often needed in the UK of course). It is quite common in Europe (I have a Dutch friend whose sister does ...


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Resident permits and corresponding work permits are based on national laws. So for 3rd country nationals, assume that persons living/working in both Belgium and the Netherlands must deal with both countries. The best advice that can be given, is to go and ask them if a 'practical solution' exists for this scenario (one never knows...) especially for ...


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Inspired by Patricia Sanahan's comment, the easiest and most straightforward way to both verify and prove your citizenship would be to apply for a British passport. If they grant it, you have the ultimate documental proof. If they reject it, they will tell you why. Edit after MJeffryes' comment: Turns out that it may not be that ultimate after all, the UK'...


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