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No. An EU Blue Card gives highly-qualified workers from outside the EU the right to live and work in an EU country, provided they have higher professional qualifications, such as a university degree, and an employment contract or a binding job offer with a high salary compared to the average in the EU country where the job is. You must work as a paid ...


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I'm not a lawyer so take my answers with pinch of salt. Answers: You can be "self-employed" and use an umbrella company to have legal rights to stay in NL. The umbrella company even will apply for your 30% ruling. So you don't need to keep two jobs. Having one client is usually the problem when your income is lower than a certain amount. I assume ...


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It's interesting to see the suggestions of Bulgaria, Russia, and the United States when the OP is clearly asking about South and Central America and a Spanish-speaking country. As a Latina, I would tell you that South America would be a great choice. Your number one option should be Ecuador- a very beautiful country with USDs as official currency. And ...


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