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As an Italian citizen, you do not need a working visa for the Netherlands, as it is also in the European Union: All EU/EEA or Swiss citizens, with the exception of Croatians, are entitled to work without restriction in all sectors and industries. The same holds true for the UK, where you need neither a visa nor a work permit. This is linked to the ...


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I had to do this for my Ancestry Visa application. My relative's certificate was not easily accessible to me, so I found out that it's possible to order a copy of a birth, death or a marriage certificate online. You’ll need to register on the General Register Office (GRO) website to order a copy of a birth, adoption, death, marriage or civil partnership ...


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Your Italian licence is valid to drive in the UK until it expires. You can exchange it at any time for a UK licence, but this is not obligatory. You can see this at https://www.gov.uk/exchange-foreign-driving-licence/y/yes/car-or-motorcycle/european-union. In order to drive in the UK, you will need to pay VED (Vehicle Excise Duty or "car tax") and ensure ...


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Coincidentally you're in a very similar situation I was/am in. In Europe, as drat explains, you do not need any working visa. In the Netherlands, you have to register in the "Town Hall" (Gemeente) of the city you're establishing in. You should not have any language issues as most people talk english (I'd say that more people speak English in Amsterdam than ...


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Formally, EU citizens never need a permit to secure the right to stay in another EU country. They just need to fulfill the conditions defined in the treaties and the secondary law implementing them (directive 2004/38/EC, CJEU case law, national laws and regulations). If you do fulfill these conditions, the country has no discretion and can only ask you to ...


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Brazil does keep a record of all immigration movements. It's called "Certidão de Movimentos Migratórios" it is issued free of cost by the "Polícia Federal". To request it, you (or a family member) needs to go in person to the "DPF" office and request the document. I believe one of the most common uses of this document is to enforce scholarship regulations ...


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Our family just recently got our long-stay visas from the consulate in Los Angeles. If you look at the websites for any of the consulates in the United States, they have very detailed lists of what is needed for the long-stay visa — and most of the stuff is very consistent. Some consulates require slightly different things (e.g. global insurance coverage ...


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Owners Don't Necessarily Keep As you have discovered, the car owner is not necessarily the registered car keeper. Indeed, quoting from the linked police FAQ page: A registration document (V5) is not proof of ownership. The registered keeper should be the person who is actually using / keeping the vehicle and this is not necessarily the owner of the vehicle ...


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If you're intent on staying in the UK long-term, I would recommend taking out the UK licence regardless of any UK licences you might already have. While you can use your Italian licence as much as you like, until it expires (provided it's one of the new card EU licences, as opposed to any old form you country might have used before), some things are more ...


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As a Romanian citizen, your wife is obliged to do what is called a "transcription" of her German marriage certificate in Romanian civil status registers. She can go to www.econsulat.ro to do it for free at the nearest Consulate, or use a professional like www.romaniandocuments.net. The German certificate will only be accepted directly if it is a "...


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Generally, you would probably be better off with the embassy or consulate (Lyon may be closer to you than Paris?). Another way is to use a French notary and have it "apostilled" (Arizona issues apostilles, and must thus also recognize foreign ones), but depending on the clerk (DMV, after all...) it may cause problems just because they won't know what to do ...


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Yes, for this situation you will certainly need a travel document from your baby's country of citizenship. These go by various names, such as: Emergency passport Emergency travel document Provisional travel document For example, Australia can issue a Provisional Travel Document: A Provisional Travel Document (PTD) is generally issued in an emergency ...


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You do not have the same rights as EU citizens, but you do have a right to move to most other EU countries under certain conditions (excluding the UK, Ireland, and Denmark, so including Austria). This is laid out in directive 2003/109/EC. In Particular, it is covered in Chapter III, which contains articles 14 through 23.


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According to the Dutch Immigration and Naturalization Service (Immigratie- en Naturalisatiedienst, or IND), a divorce decree must not be older than six months, but other documents will be accepted regardless of their age. There is a page in English concerning this. The translation from the Dutch original is somewhat poor, so I have edited it a bit for ...


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It's the one that says UCI or Unique Client Identifier which according to your question is the Client ID. This is the number that is used everywhere (may it be for extending the work permit or applying for permanent residence). This number remains the same for your period of stay in Canada. If is of the format: four numbers, a hyphen and four more numbers (...


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I'm an EU national as well, and I only needed my national ID card for the landlord to verify my identity. We used this model contract, which as you can see, only requires your name and address. I also had to sign forms (in quadruplicate!) for transitioning the utility contracts, which asked for my residence registration number. I didn't have one at the time ...


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After doing some research on the Belgium's official work site, I found an article talking about foreigner who want to work in Belgium. You need to take with you: -The visa for your stay in Belgium. -The work permission document from Belgium (which is called "permis de travail"). -Your driving license. http://www.emploi.belgique.be/defaultTab.aspx?id=...


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It might depend on a country-by-country basis. But at the same time that difference is not in applying for residency (as EU citizens have the right to reside in another EU country by law, therefore they don't need to apply for this right per se) but rather following local laws to correctly execute their rights to live in that new country. Estonia For example,...


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On the website for the consulate of Poland in Los Angeles you'll find: PROOF OF LEGAL RESIDENCE in the USA and valid re-entry document: -original of Permanent Residence Card (Green Card) or notarized copy, -or valid US resident visa type A, E, F (with endorsed I-20), G, H, I, J plus J1 documents, L, O, R; Tourists and visitors with US ...


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Assume that each country deals with the registration of entry and departure of its own citizens differently. Assume also, how some countries deal with it officially, will not always be the same as how they deal with it in reality. Schengen Area: Schengen Border Code Article 8 (2) defines for persons enjoying the right of free movement under Union law, ...


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Summary: In the long run, having a valid UAE drivers license won't matter; you must apply anew for a Texas drivers license. You may, however, drive using your valid UAE license (and an International Driver's Permit, a translation of the UAE license if the license is printed in non-English characters) for 90 days after coming to Texas (see "1968 Convention"...


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So, apparently I had also gotten a link and missed it. The link is: https://formulieren.amsterdam.nl/TriplEforms/DirectRegelen/formulier/nl-NL/evAmsterdam/scUittrekselsRNI.aspx but this may only be relevant to people who had been living in Amsterdam.


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You've understood correctly: under proof of address, it requires a separate document for each of you). The or at end of each line means you would bring one, not all, as described in your example. You need one proof of residence. Since she is not a permanent resident, she needs two: the bank statement, as you suggest, and the signed and dated letter from the ...


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Assuming you mean you (and spouse) will be on a tourist long-stay visa while your child will be a student: This is our situation. Each of you will have to prepare separate visa applications (though the child's application will need a letter of acceptance from a school instead of the "promise not to work" letters that you and your spouse will need; and your ...


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