What an interesting challenge!
I looked at the CNN article, which mentioned "Counselor" Antonio Tedeschi. The word "Counselor" sounds like the position held by a local government official. There were too many towns to review, so I searched for the region "Molise," which might be similar to what we know as a county, and could explain how the offer could ...
While Iceland is not a member of EU, it participates in the EU Single Market through its membership of the European Economic Area. One consequence of that is that freedom of movement for workers applies to Iceland and Icelanders in the same way as to the EU proper.
An EU citizen has the right to live and work in Iceland indefinitely without prior permission ...
Caveat: I'm answering on the basis of common sense and general life experience, not specific knowledge.
The IND is the relevant body which approves your request of an MVV, not the embassy. So, if the request is approved - it's an IND decision, and the embassy certainly can't overrule it, certainly not on grounds such as "MVV recipient doesn't have a Master'...
The utility company might do one or more of several things, depending on the size of the debt:
Write off the debt
Chase you for the money
Pass the debt to a debt collection agency
Obtain a court judgement in your absence
Whatever they elect to do, they will note your default on their records, and notify any credit reference agencies they ...
If you can get Argentine citizenship, you will be a citizen of a Schengen Annex II (visa waiver) country. This will allow you to travel to the Schengen area, but not to work there.
An application for a work permit would look at your particular circumstances, your citizenship would be relatively less important than for travel.
Indeed, VFS seems to be mistaken. The Luxembourg government mentions travel insurance and transportation tickets or reservations only for short-term visa applicants. Perhaps you should complain to VFS using the details on their contact page before you submit the application.
§60 SGB II Mitwirkungs- und Mitteilungspflicht
Requirment to cooperate and to report in
Based on this social law and your specific conditions, you are required to report in to your case manager, when requested, to report about your progress and efforts or anything else required in a letter that may have been sent.
Often the next date is set ...
An NIN may or may not be important for an EEA family permit or a residence card, depending on the circumstances. In any any event, an NIN does not show that the person with the NIN is exercising treaty rights. For example, someone could have an NIN and then move outside the UK. They still have the NIN, but they're not exercising treaty rights.
Unemployment is an insurance for which you make contributions to (mostly based on your salary), thus payments from that insurance will be paid out from the (mostly national) organisation.
Your income tax is paid where you earn your income.
For cross borders workers (working in one country but living in another) things become complicated in the area of ...
Your resident card and passport will be enough to enter Portugal on your way back, unless you are violating the rules by not having the proper insurances etc of course but it seems to me that you do have the insurance just not the actual paper for it?
Of course if you are breaking the rules and you do not in fact have the proper details in place, you might ...
Yes, they can get married in Belgium. The requirement for non-Belgians to marry in Belgium seems to be that at least one partner be domiciled in Belgium for at least three months.
It is not necessary for them to marry for the non-Italian partner to stay in Belgium. EU free movement law recognizes unmarried "partners in a durable relationship, duly ...
Until the Swedish permit expires, she can stay in Sweden based on that. After that the 90/180 period will start for Sweden.
While the Swedish permit is valid, travel to other Schengen countries, the 90/180 rule applies for the days outside of Sweden making travel to Germany possible.
These rules apply independent of citizenship.
If she wants to leave ...
No, I don't believe you can without getting some form of permission from the Czech Republic.
Assumption: (since your question does not state this explicitly)
You, as an employee, are being deployed by your employer to the Czech Republic
The EU Blue Card is not one law valid in all EU Countries, but a EU Directive (2009 / 50 /EG) that needs to be ...
The permit does not control how long you can stay in the UK. Your right to be there flows automatically from your wife's nationality, your relationship to her, and European law. You can stay in the UK indefinitely as long as your wife is there, although if your wife stays for longer than three months then she must be "qualified."
The permit just serves as ...