Those are indeed different categories, with slightly different rights and requirements:
Salarié détaché/ICT only applies to people transferring internally within the same company/group. I don't see any immediate advantage for you as employee but it's useful for employers as they can use it to relocate people who wouldn't otherwise qualify (i.e. lower salary ...
We need to consider each citizenship separately.
Whether the child has Irish citizenship: No. For a child born on the island of Ireland after 2005 to have Irish citizenship at birth (assuming that the child is not otherwise stateless), at least one parent must:
be an Irish or British citizen
had the right to live in the Republic of Ireland or Northern ...
The visa duration would be one year plus 14 days.
From the “Grant or Refuse” section of the Skilled Worker caseworker guidance published by the UK Home Office:
Dates of permission granted
For non-EEA nationals, and EEA nationals applying from 1 January 2021, you should grant entry clearance with effect from either the date of decision or a date requested by ...
No, you cannot enter Romania soly based on a United Kingdom residence permit as an Indian citizen.
If you don't have a multi (or an unused dual) entry Schengen Visa, you will require a Romanian Visa.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania
VI. Do I need a visa?
Please consult the list of states whose citizens (annex 1), holders of simple ...
Do I need to go back to India and apply for German Visa from there ?
No. As long as you have a legal residence in France, you can apply for a visa at the German Embassy in France.
Les citoyens d’Australie, du Canada, des États-Unis d’Amérique, d’Israël, du Japon, de Nouvelle-Zélande, de la République de Corée et du Royaume-Uni de Grande-Bretagne et d’...
I got this reply from VFS Global. As per that we just need to enclose the Self attested photocopy of the US Passport.
Thank you for contacting the VFS Indian Visa, Passport & OCI
Application Center Help Desk in the United States.
We understand that you have a query in regards to the document
I don't have a detailed answer to the question of getting the documents changed, but I can say that this "FNU" treatment is the US government's standard practice for people who have only a single name.
The university may have a standard procedure of duplicating a single name in their database. My university had a different practice: there was a ...
No, a German visa is a national visa and only gives you the right to work (with some limitations depending on the kind of visa) in Germany, not in any other EU country.
A national visa of a Schengen country usually allows you to stay up to 90 days in a 180 day period in another Schengen country for business/tourism purposes, so even using this right it would ...
Summary (Nov 2021): It is possible for your child to apply later in Scenarios 1 and 2. For Scenario 3, it is also possible but normally your child has to submit their application together with or after your wife's application (i.e. not before) due to safeguarding provisions in the Immigration rules. Exceptions apply.
The main documents to consult on ...
As their site states, this is something that you should ask them beforehand, since it is dependent in the individual situation.
The applicant's contract as a research assistant (wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter) has been extended by one year to continue working towards a PhD.
Since the contract has changed since the last application, taking the new contract ...
I was in your situation 2 years back. I hope that things have not changed much. You need to get appointment from india.diplo.de website for work visa. VFS is handling schengen visa (tourist visa) and post processing of work visa.
Tip: When you go for visa interview, keep telling interview officer that you are going there on Blue card so that they will issue ...
This FAQ from the German Missions in India (i.e., Embassy, Consulates, and Honorary Consuls) says:
Where do I apply for my Schengen visa, at which German Embassy/Consulate, or at which visa centre?
Apply for a Schengen visa at the German Embassy/Consulate in whose jurisdiction your place of residence lies.
The German missions abroad in India have outsourced ...
What documents would we need for the newborn baby to travel?
An Indian passport.
Would the newborn would be British citizen?
No. A child born in the UK is a British citizen if one or both parents is "permanently settled." In other words, the child would be a British citizen if one of you either has ILR or right of abode. Since your leave to ...