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Moving back to Germany from Austria but still working in Austria and making previous years in Germany count towards PR

If I move back to Germany, while keeping the Austrian job, do my previous years in Germany count and give me a PR directly? Both § 9 and § 18c use the word seit (since). The English translation is ...
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Is there a chance I could stay in Germany permanently if I got a job at a cafe or as a bartender?

could I theoretically travel to Berlin and hand in my CV to various cafes and bars? Leaving aside the issue of needing a visa that allows you to work in Germany, the simple answer to your question is ...
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Is EU Blue Card visa actually a residence permit, and compatible with my work contract?

The other answers get lost in the details at the risk of confusing the issue further when it's actually quite simple. What this clause does is simply making the start date contingent on having ...
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Can I apply for UK Skilled worker visa from Germany? I am non-EU student

AFAIK the UK allows applications from any country where you are legally present and does not have a ‘you must apply from your country of citizenship’ rule. You apply online here
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Is EU Blue Card visa actually a residence permit, and compatible with my work contract?

Is it true that the visa I have been issued is an EU Blue Card, and hence also works as a residence permit? Yes. Aufenthaltstitel is a generic term for any kind/type of residence permit (of which a ...
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Is EU Blue Card visa actually a residence permit, and compatible with my work contract?

Is it true that the visa I have been issued is an EU Blue Card, and hence also works as a residence permit? In Germany, it seems not to be an EU Blue Card out right (national (D) visas and residence ...
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Does the 6 months validity of non-EU driver's license for new residents of Germany affect their ability to drive in other EU countries?

germany For example, if I were to visit Italy after living in Germany for 2 years, I wouldn't be allowed to drive there with my non-EU license, even if the license is valid and fulfills all of the ...
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