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You don't have to inform any agency. It could however be beneficial to report any movements outside of the Netherlands to: The ministry of foreign affairs for election (you already stated you did so) The consulate/embassy in your country of resident. Note that this is not automatically done if you register for elections. This is specifically interesting to ...


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In principle, you could face a fine of up to 200,000 yen (that's in the same category as, for example, not carrying your residence card when you go out); in practice I have never heard of anybody who was fined for this. In any case, you do not face imprisonment or deportation (that would have been the case if you had made a false notification, as opposed to ...


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fkraiem has already provided a fantastic answer, I just want to add my personal experience. Yesterday I notified the Immigration Bureau of Japan via their e-system. They said on their site that additional inquiry will be made if deemed necessary. However, I've received an email today which only said that my notification has been recorded. I guess I'm clear ...


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It's difficult to know exactly what happened. It's entirely possible that you met some rude people and that miscommunication made things worse or that your interlocutors felt bad about the situation for some reason and reacted aggressively as a result. You already received some good advice on how to approach similar situations and avoid unpleasant ...


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I do not find this weird. I am not arguing on the rudeness, I tend to think French people may be rude for no reason. But you should understand that in France, administration and responsibilities are really divided into roles. And one role is fulfilled by one person. Asking a school administration for train discount cards is not expected, I would even ...


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When you are asking if any further registration will be required, the question will be "what for"? When it comes to your right to live in Germany indefinitely, the "Anmeldung" will indeed be all you need being a EU citizen. (Whatever will happen after Brexit when left aside.) I think two other subject areas which come to mind include Taxation Healthcare ...


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Your questions are covered in their e-Notification System manual, which can be found here. Q71: Is it possible to view notification (contents of notification) submitted using the "e-Notification System"? A: Though you can view the history of notifications submitted in the past in the "届出状況参照画面 (View Notification Status screen)", you cannot view the ...


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Also a 1st year PhD student in France, also can't speak French. Also had very similar experiences. You really need to abuse google and university resources and find out precisely what you need in order to get things done. There's a very strict 'way' of doing things in France, and typically people will be happy to do their part of these things for you, but ...


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See https://www.service-public.fr/particuliers/vosdroits/F2066 It is mandatory for the owner to give you a 'quittance de loyer' for every rent that you pay. A 'quittance de loyer' can be used as a 'justificatif de domicile' for most administrative tasks.


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As far as I understand it, If you are a non-Indian national residing in India and You apply for a Chinese visa in India (not in your home country) You need an "alien registration card" - presumably a kind of identity card issued by India to non-Indian nationals residing in India.


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You can file an FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) request with USCIS to obtain your file.


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TLDR; Your most recent Swedish address. I sent an email to Försäkringskassan regarding the address in Sweden on form FK5459, and this was their response: Utdelningsadress i Sverige är din senaste (folkbokförings-)adress i Sverige. /.../ Din nationalitet spelar ingen roll. My translation: Your Swedish Utdelningsaddress is your most recent (...


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In France, you must accept that it is somewhat common to treat others rudely. And it is typical to get incomplete or inaccurate information from office people. Ask your adviser to help you through the entire process. There is no way for us to know what E was upset about.


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In requiring that you have proof of medical coverage prior to issuance of your visa, you would want to make sure that you have comprehensive coverage, including repatriation. An employer-offered health insurance plan may not cover immediately upon taking up employment, may have a grace period and, in addition, may exclude or limit any pre-existing conditions....


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