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The deciding factor is whether your grandfather was a French citizen (statut civil de droit commun) or not (statut civil de droit local). Having lived or even being born in mainland France is not enough to establish that someone from colonial Algeria left the ”native” (“indigène”) status or was granted French citizenship. Historically, settlers from mainland ...


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Expanding a bit on my comments (even if it's not a full answer), I think the key question here is whether marrying in Sweden is possible under short-stay rules (legally and practically). If Swedish authorities frown upon it, expect documentation you cannot have as a non-resident, impose extra checks or delays for foreigners before the marriage or require a ...


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Can I work in other EU countries with the bluecard I got when I came to Germany? No, you need to apply for a residence permit from the country in which you would be living and working. You cannot settle in another EU country under the cover of your German residence permit. This residence permit could be a new blue card or a different kind of residence ...


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