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If you are simply asking about the effects of having a scholarship, it doesn't matter. For visa purposes you are treated exactly the same as any other student. You should apply for a study visa in the normal way. You tell them about the scholarship as part of explaining how you finance your studies (once you have the scholarship). You are normally permitted ...


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No, if the purpose of your visit to the UK is explicitly to marry and settle. https://www.gov.uk/standard-visitor-visa Visitors who have entered the UK as a genuine visitor and subsequently wish to marry or form a civil partnership can give notice https://www.gov.uk/marriages-civil-partnerships/give-notice of their intention to marry at their local ...


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If you move to Italy, you must apply for a residence permit based on Italian residence laws. Your residence status in another European Union country is, in most cases, irrelevant. As a Spouse of a EU-Citizen, most (but not all) EU Countrys, have special conditions for granting residence permits. Some EU countries implement extra national laws when the EU-...


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I will first link to the answer by Relaxed because it addresses your question more thoroughly, in particular the likely fact that having long-term resident status doesn't necessarily count as residing in Italy for the purpose of naturalization. The purpose of this answer is only to consider your father's belief about the implications of moving to another EU ...


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You can apply for the family reunion visa for your wife once you have obtained your own authorization (nulla osta) even before you get your own visa. To do this, you can get an appointment in the Italian embassy in Iran. The application form will be the long-term visa application form- similar as yours. The main documents that they ask for are the nulla osta,...


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My father fears and thinks that if he moves to another EU country, then he'll have to basically bargain his Italian PR for a temporary one in the other country Your father is basically right, at least for the purpose of naturalisation. If he leaves the country and settles in another country, he would quite plainly not fit the residence requirement anymore ...


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The Consular Office Rome site gives no details about passport applications (which I assume would fall within the area of Civic services). So calling them would probably be the best thing to do. The Tourist passport: Persons 16 years and older doc file contains information that may be usefull to read beforhand. this link was found at the South African ...


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Your income tax and old-age pension will be paid in Germany and will be deducted from your pay automaticly. When leaving Germany you should apply for a Versicherungsverlauf, which will assist you when applying for a Pension in the future see details inside in the first link below, togeather with other tips one what must be done after arrival in Germany As ...


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You have said you are "moving" from Italy to Germany. That makes things much simpler. (Rules are more complex if you live in one country and work in another.) Your salary will be taxed in Germany. You will not be liable for tax on your salary in Italy, provided you register with AIRE. You should pay contributions for old-age pensions in Germany. Your ...


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you need to invite her with family visa, than marry her in Italy. After 10 years you can ask citizenship, but until you are a student she can stay with you in Italy.


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