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I don't think being a foreign student makes any difference. Income sourced in France must be declared according to the same rules. Beyond that, you might or might not benefit from a tax treaty and would not incur any income taxes on €3200 anyway (you should already have paid the mandatory tax-like insurance contributions as applicable) but you might have to ...


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As far as I understand it, If you are a non-Indian national residing in India and You apply for a Chinese visa in India (not in your home country) You need an "alien registration card" - presumably a kind of identity card issued by India to non-Indian nationals residing in India.


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I just want to provide some closure to this thread. It is actually possible to convert an internship visa to a job visa from within Germany. Just take an appointment at your city's Auslanderbehorde (Foreigners office). They will give you a list of documents like your work contract, current residence permit, etc. And then they will give you a new residence ...


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As we discussed in chat, you are a university student who does part time work for a US employer. Should that employer wish to bring you to the US to work for it for a short period, paid or unpaid, you would need a work visa and the company would need to file a petition for a non-immigrant worker on your behalf. As you realized, this is not quite the right ...


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Well, options seem to be: Internship - but that requires you to be enrolled in some kind of academic/study program. Here's a site with a bit more information and links. Direct employment ("highly-skilled" migrant is not as highly skilled as you might think. Check the exact criteria.) Employment in your home country, so that your stay in the Netherlands ...


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As per the USCIS rules and regulations I do not see that. I know that different universities kind of differ in their CPT rules though. You can always quote this page to the International students office and your department head and ask for more clarifications. Quoting from the page An F-1 nonimmigrant student may begin CPT after the Designated School ...


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From all I can tell it depends on how long you are staying. If you are staying for more than 90 days, then you need to get a residence permit. Sources: Justlanded Germany Residency permits are handled by your local immigration office (Ausländeramt). In order to apply for a residence permit, first register your residence at the local Einwohnermeldeamt (...


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I suggest that you apply the Monte-Carlo method: flip a coin :-) Joke aside, this question is less about expatriation and more about how to make complex life choices. Let me give some basic advice and focus on what will be relevant here. Being able to come back in an emergency: they are about the same. Cost of travel between London and Paris is expensive ...


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First, check if your situation satisfies European directive for researchers and students, please see my another answer on this. If you do not fit into that regulation, then I would expect that you need to apply for a residence permit in Hungary (probably, one is not allowed to stay there longer than 6 months with student residence permit of another country). ...


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According to the International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience, unless you are from Japan, New Zealand, Singapore, or Malaysia you will need a visa: The visa will be transferred to a Swiss embassy in the country of residence of the trainee and needs to be picked up there. Entering Switzerland for working purposes without ...


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In general, no, because the regulation 8 CFR 214.2(f)(10) says: ... Practical training may be authorized to an F-1 student who has been lawfully enrolled on a full time basis, in a Service-approved college, university, conservatory, or seminary for one full academic year. ... (emphasis added) However, the next paragraph provides a rather narrow exception:...


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The organisation offering the internship would have to sponsor your visa and they will be to help you with this. If they can't help it means they are not able to offer the position to non EU citizens. There is some relevent information here https://www.gov.uk/guidance/immigration-rules/immigration-rules-appendix-n-authorised-exchange-schemes


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