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You can book a hotel room for two weeks, self-isolate there, and only start looking for apartments after that. Extraordinary circumstances may call for extraordinary measures and, in some cases, extraordinary expenses. Of course the hotel doesn't need to be in an expensive district of London. I would inform the hotel in advance that you will be self-...


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In reference to gerrit's suggestion, if I were in your shoes I would look at whether a short-term furnished apartment or studio (i.e., with a kitchen) would be less expensive than a hotel. Such things exist in New York City, at least, so I would suppose they do in London as well. As far as I'm aware, they're usually available on a monthly basis, but having ...


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And does the UK usually give some buffer time before applying the new classifications or does it happen immediately upon announcement? They generally give 30 hours of advanced notice (based on how the additions of Spain and France were handled as part of the red-listing process). Expect an announcement at ~10 pm UK time that takes effect at 4 am UK time two ...


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I only have a few notes for you but it's too long to be a comment. https://web.archive.org/web/20080219161537/http://www.asal.msb.gov.tr/er_islemleri/yurtdisiislemleri_2.htm 38 yaş sınırı içinde bulunanların 5.112 Euro veya karşılığı yabancı ülke parasını, başvuru tarihinden itibaren 38 yaşlarını doldurdukları yılın sonuna kadar peşin veya en çok dört eşit ...


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Keep an eye on the figures here. While it’s not been officially announced, the UK policy seems to be to remove European countries from the quarantine exemption when they go above 20 new cases per week per 100,000 population. The figures on the link are reported over two weeks, so the threshold would be 40 new cases per 100,000. As of this morning, Germany is ...


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In Germany (other countries do this differently) the validity of the residence card is based on one of the two following conditions: how long you are allowed to remain how long your passport is valid for whatever is shorter. As long as you still fullfill all conditions, the Niederlassungserlaubnis is not time limited. Before your passport expires, you ...


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If you have no income, then you don’t have to pay income tax. If you have income, then your employer would have kept money to pay your income tax. In that situation many people can get some money back by filling in your tax declaration, so I would recommend doing that, especially if your income changed through the year. But you don’t have to. I know nothing ...


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These are two questions. Yes, your residence permit will become invalid, because a condition (no valid passport) under which the residence permit was issued has changed. You will also not have a valid passport. You must immediately apply for a new residence permit at your responsible Immigration Office, during which a stateless passport will be issued. Until ...


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As in most matters, you must look at the whole picture. The amount of currency units being earned alone does not tell the whole story. As a general rule one should assume, that where the earnings (salaries) are higher - so is also the cost of living higher. You must work out the monthly relation between costs (Local Purchasing Power) and earnings in ...


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