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You do not need a residence permit, but must apply for a residence card as a family member of an EU Citizen. In some states this must be applied for separately, but for Baden-Württemberg it seems to be done automatically. The Heidelberg city site states that this will be done automatically after registration. Die Meldebehörde erhebt bei Ihnen die ...


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I also know this is EU wide. For instance if she were to get a job in Switzerland I'd be free to get a job over the border in Germany. That's not entirely correct. I am not sure about this particular scenario (cross-border work residing in Switzerland as the spouse of a Swiss citizen) but it's important to note that you do not have an EU-wide permission to ...


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Under the circumstances you describe, you won't be working in France, so you won't need a French work permit. But French payroll systems will generally assume that the worker is in France, so subject to French taxation, labor law, and so on. You won't be subject to those things. If the French company has no payroll in Croatia, they won't be able to comply ...


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Under the terms of the Withdrawal Agreement only relationships established before the end of the transition period open special rights for members of the family of an EEA citizen. However, marriage is not the only type of relationship that's relevant so if the couple had formed earlier, the spouse might still qualify for an easier visa on the basis of this “...


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do you think it’s safe to travel to other countries inside the Schengen zone while waiting until we receive a call to head back for our appointment? By "safe," I presume that you mean "without violating immigration restrictions" rather than, say, because of public health concerns. I recognize since my original 90-day visa is up I run ...


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As long as she is entitled to free movement (e.g. working, more details here) then you are entitled to live with her. The procedure is much more flexible than it is for other foreigners or for the spouses of German citizens so you can indeed travel together and apply upon arriving. Unlike a Serbian citizen coming on their own, the spouse of an EU citizen ...


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The law (Wet Studiefinanciering 2000) is not super explicit but does provide that several categories of foreign residents are to be treated like Dutch student as far as tuition is concerned. Several universities explicitely mention residence cards for members of the family of an EU citizen (familielid EU/EER) as one of these categories (e.g. WUR, Maastricht)....


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As long as you are not a Dutch citizen, your wife can join you in the Netherlands under EU law. All the restrictions that apply to the spouses of Dutch citizens and third-country citizens do not apply to you. She should travel to the Netherlands without a visa, carrying proof that she is the spouse of an EU citizen. She would then apply for a “Toetsing aan ...


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Living in Belgium should be no problem. As your spouse is Dutch (and not a Belgian national), EU law applies and exempts you from some requirements regarding her income or the size of her home. Your spouse will have to show that she meets the requirements for EU freedom of movement (working is enough though, so that should be straightforward in your case). ...


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Your residency permit includes a work permit. You can take on any type of work you want, in this regard you are no different from a German citizen. That includes working for foreign companies, which is a lot easier for you because you also are allowed to work in the US due to your citizenship. If you happen to find a US company that has a branch located in ...


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