Every so often we get questions like this from people with names that seem Arabic or Turkish or Muslim (for example, named after some prominent figure in the history of Islam). Frequently, these names are obviously common. My suspicion is that their names are similar to names on some watch list or another. Whether this or some other reason is the cause of ...
Yes, your Spouse Visa does allow you to take any type of work a German citizen would, but:
Working for a German branch (located in Germany) of the Indian company as an employee is fine
Working as an independent contractor for the Indian Company is not really permitted (as an independent contractor/freelancer, you are required to have more than one client. ...
To establish residence in Germany, the general rule is that you must first obtain a long-stay German visa from your current place of residence. Then, after entering Germany you would apply for the corresponding residence permit (Aufenthaltserlaubnis).
There are some exceptions but usually it is not allowed to enter Germany on a short-stay Schengen visa (...
In situations like the one you explain there are three countries and jurisdictions involved:
Home country (H): The country which nationality you have.
Residence / work country (R): The country you live and work in de facto
Client's country (C): The country where the company which employs you or contracts you has its seat
In your case: H = Portugal, R = ...
In cases where the product is also available in Germany, ordering on the us Amazon site, with delivery in Germany, it will be sent from the nearest depository in Europe.
They will also probably apply the local VAT, since the recipient is the final consumer. This will also avoid possible customs tarifs and overseas delivery costs.
You should see this as the ...
I'm a German living in Canada for almost 12 years now. I'm working here, never went to school in Canada, so my situation is a bit different.
My general view is that the overall costs of living are very similar. The big difference is in housing. Buying and financing a house or condo in Canada is way cheaper than in Germany if you live outside the hot markets ...
Looking at https://www.numbeo.com/cost-of-living/compare_countries.jsp the answer appears to be Yes.
Consumer Prices in Canada are 2.36% lower than in Germany (without rent)
Rent Prices in Canada are 6.98% higher than in Germany
Restaurant Prices in Canada are 3.72% lower than in Germany
Groceries Prices in Canada are 23.04% higher than in Germany
An 'EU long-term residence permit' is the name of a residence permit type, which can be issued after 5 years of a normal residence.
Your residence permit card, in the field type of permit, should contain something in the form of
and in remarks it should start with: 9a (based on §9a AufenthG).
If this is not the case, you may assume that ...