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How can US citizens living overseas freeze their credit?

There is no validation that you actually live at the address, so use the address of your parents, friends, colleagues etc and ask them to forward any correspondence. There are also tons of commercial ...
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Am I taxable in Germany even I did not live there?

It seems correct. The money is Germany-sourced income since it is work income (bonus) from work performed in Germany (even though the money was received in a different year than when the work was ...
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I've left the EU. Should I keep my bank account and credit card?

You might get a tax refund, as I did when I returned. And then it will be very difficult for you to get that money to you if you do not have a local bank account. If you are sure of not getting any ...
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Can credit score be transferred from UK to Australia?

As a foreign citizen in Australia, your credit score on arrival is zero. For some people (google some forums to see the horror stories) this works out well for them, for others like yourself, it's ...
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How can US citizens living overseas freeze their credit?

I was also rejected by the credit agencies in not only freezing my credit but just to request the annual report. As an expat living abroad, I can not provide the requested documents proving US ...
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Are there foreign-resident friendly US bank accounts or brokerage accounts?

Not true. Schwab has an 'international' division that will let you open a brokerage (not bank) account if you reside outside of the US. It is a service geared towards foreign investors, not US ...
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I've left the EU. Should I keep my bank account and credit card?

Pros of keeping a Dutch bank account: If you ever visit you have an additional way to pay at shops that do not play nice with foreign (credit) cards. The situation is getting better but there are ...
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Spanish Court ruling on working remotely

Finally someone re-posted the original English which had enough citation info to find the ruling. It might be tricky to claim this ruling for the situation in my first paragraph because this case was ...
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Ireland Visa Minimum Finances Requirement

In a comment, you wrote My plan is to use the money in my account to for the air ticket and the first month or so of my stay in Ireland, until my first paycheck comes in. I have checked the rent and ...
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I've left the EU. Should I keep my bank account and credit card?

I still have my Dutch bank account even though I have not lived there for 5 years. My wife and I still own a house there and my sister in law lives there so our situation may be different than yours. ...
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Is digital signing Form I-864 is acceptable?

As of December 2016, NVC no longer requires "wet ink" signatures on I-864 submitted to it. You can submit photocopies of the signed form, but they do not accept "digital signatures".
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Building my credit in the USA

You start at the beginning when building a credit rating in the US. The best way to begin is with a secured credit card from a credit union and yes, you will need to present a Social Security card to ...
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How can US citizens living overseas freeze their credit?

It does matter if you live at the address. I live abroad and tried this with my usual American address I use for things and was rejected by equifac and trans union. "Not enough info to verify." I ...
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Cash back credit cards in the Netherlands?

I believe you are unlikely to find such cards offered in the Netherlands. The reason is that for a credit card company to offer 1.5% rebate on purchases, those purchases must have a high mark-up to ...
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Are there foreign-resident friendly US bank accounts or brokerage accounts?

While it is possible there are other reasons, I think one reason they want a US address is for tax reporting. They may need to report your income to your US state of residence, but if they don't have ...
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