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Can I get a German resident permit?

Since you are an adult, wishing to stay with your relatives is not a reason for Germany to grant you a resident permit. You can get a resident permit related to a job, a study program at any Germany ...
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I have a job offer in Switzerland, my spouse is an EU citizen, does this affect my chances of acquiring a work visa?

It would not directly help your visa application. Under EU law, your freedom of movement rights are derived from those of your spouse: if she (wants to) live in Switzerland, you have the right to join ...
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Can I legally remain in the US for a few days after I-94 expiration date, due to Ongoing Medical Treatment

I am guessing based on your 6-month admission that you are probably on B2 visitor status. If you are on B2 status, you should apply for a B2 Extension of Stay (EOS) before your current B2 status ...
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Can I get a German resident permit?

Your legal base as an adult relative is: Aufenthaltsgesetz Kapitel 2 - Einreise und Aufenthalt im Bundesgebiet (§§ 3 - 42) Abschnitt 6 - Aufenthalt aus familiären Gründen (§§ 27 - 36) § 36 ...
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What elections, plebiscites or polls do non-citizen residents have the right to vote for in Australia?

No. Rules regarding eligibility to enrol to vote are uniform across Australia. Only Australian citizens can enrol and vote federal elections and referenda, and state and local government elections. ...
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What happens after divorcing EEA partner in the UK?

As far as your status is concerned, article 13 of the withdrawal agreement extends EU freedom of movement rights defined in directive 2004/38/EC to people in your situation: Family members who are ...
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Short-Term Contract in Germany, entitled to unemployment benefits after it ends?

The official site lists the requirements for Arbeitslosengeld: You were employed and payed into the insurance for at least 12 of the last 30 months. ✓ You notified the Amt well in advance (for ...
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Am I allowed to work remotely for a German Company in another EU country in a 90 days framework?

From Germany’s point of view: Being absent less than 90 days should be no problem. To be on the safe side I’d make sure that the total absence, including normal holidays, is less than 90 days in any ...
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What elections, plebiscites or polls do non-citizen residents have the right to vote for in Australia?

Yes, you can apply in (most?) areas to enrol in local goverment elections if you are a ratepayer. Often you have to live in Australia as well. e.g https://www.ecsa.sa.gov.au/enrolment/enrol-for-...
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May a non-EU citizen work in Luxembourg and be a German resident?

A similar question was answered here. This is called a Grenzgänger (Cross border commuter), for which special rules apply. The best thing to do is to make an appointment at the Ausländerbehörde and ...
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Remote work employed in non-resident country

The main sticking point is country B. Country A doesn't care where their citizens go, and country C is not really involved. If you have the right of abode and/or the right to work in country B, then ...
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Can I join my boyfriend and move to Sweden if I am non-EU but he is Dutch?

Would I be allowed to join him there? Maybe. At article 3(2)(b), the directive includes among its beneficiaries "the partner with whom the Union citizen has a durable relationship, duly ...
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Changing jobs in national visa

So, do I understand it correctly if you arrived to Germany recently, work for a company, which is specified in your national visa, and now want to change the job? Then just look for another job, sign ...
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Non-EU citizen marrying a Romanian (EU citizen) working in the UK

When is the best time to get married, considering of the possible changes for EU Citizen because of the Brexit (UK leaving EU: March 29, 2019). As soon as possible. [If we marry in the ...
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Surinder Singh route

From the link given by @mkennedy in comments you will need to integrate and make Germany the centre of your lives, at least for a while. You really should consider getting expert legal advice which, ...
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