New answers tagged

3

You should get a lawyer guiding you through this. You can pay one, I'm sure there are organisations to help you if you cannot afford one (probably the default if you arrive as a refugee). You will need to explain your matter more clearly. Right now as a layman, I cannot see a reason for asylum. Surely, robbery, assault or murder is neither legal nor covered ...


1

Such things aren't required of EU citizens. Your 2003 Dutch textbook was written before Directive 2004/38/EC was enacted, and the law in the Netherlands was different then. I was living in Amsterdam at the time, and I had an English colleague who was stopped by a police officer for crossing the street away from a pedestrian crossing and told that he had to ...


0

Yes, from the conditions stated it would seem you fulfill the: French citizenship acquired automatically at age 18 condition listed below. You should check if your mother still has her French passport. If she was became a Canadian citizen, Nationalization papers was well. these documents and birth certificates may be helpful I haved added a link ...


1

Where local residence laws exist, the other EU-Citizens must comply with these laws just as local EU-Citizens must. For 3rd Country Citizens registration requirements may exist that do not apply to EU-Citizens (mostly matters pertaining to their residence permit). Other EU-Citizens may (but are not required to) apply for a residence card, which fulfills a ...


Top 50 recent answers are included