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If your child is born after your wife's immigrant visa is issued, your child can travel to the US together with your wife when she enters with her immigrant visa, and your child can enter the US as an immigrant without needing an immigrant visa. See 9 FAM 201.2-3(3)(a)(i): (a) The child born after the issuance of a visa to a parent, or [...], is not ...


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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 ...


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No, since an Indian citizen needs a Schengen Visa to enter the Schengen Area, you are still required to get a visa. Only residence permits of a Schengen country can be used as a visa replacement when visiting another Schengen country (togeather with the passport). Your UK residence permit allows you to apply for a Schengen Visa from within the United Kingdom ...


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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 ...


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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 ...


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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 Romanian Visa VI. Do I need a visa? 1. YES Please consult the list of states whose citizens (annex 1), holders of simple ...


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The easiest way to do this is to get a US Passport for the infant and apply for an Indian visa. You should be able to get one through the standard process. Note that India has restricted visa travel for non Indian nationals due to covid, so you may need a special visa, the Indian embassy would be able to help with that. You can apply for OCI from India later ...


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Your French health insurance is sufficient. You should request the EU travel insurance (a blue card). You will have to switch to a German insurance within 3 to 6 month. The German system is slightly different than in France, you have different companies managing your health insurance (e.g. tk.de or aok.de). They will provide you the same coverage with small ...


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Although I'm not familiar with Indian nationality law, I assume that your child will be an Indian citizen at birth. As a minor child of a permanent resident, your child is eligible to apply for F2A immigration visa (just like your wife). According to the Visa Bulletin For May 2020, there doesn't seem to be any backlog of applications, so you can start the ...


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The discussion so far confuses two things: how much money you need to sustain a given lifestyle in Switzerland and what's required legally. Legally, your husband, as an EU citizen, could in principle continue to work in France and reside in Geneva as an economically non-active person (i.e. he is not residing on the basis of an economic activity in ...


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