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I paid the NHS surcharge. Am I now handled like an "ordinarily resident person"?

It appears the only difference between an ordinary resident and and someone who paid / are exempted from the Immigration Health Surcharge (IHS) seeking NHS services is the access to free assisted ...
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Working in another eu country as a non-eu spouse?

You cannot enjoy freedom of movement unless you are accomoanying or joining your EU family member. You therefore cannot get a Spanish residence permit under the freedom of movement regime unless your ...
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US citizen expat with EU citizen wife and kids moving to the US- residence ans/or citizenship

You probably did not meet the conditions for transmitting US citizenship to a child born abroad, which, for a child born abroad to one US citizen parent and one alien parent after 1986, requires that ...
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Can a F-1 visa holder teach an online course

F1 students are allowed to teach online courses in the University they are attached to (i.e., the I-20 issuing institution) if they follow the same paperwork and regulations as for offline courses (e....
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US citizen expat with EU citizen wife and kids moving to the US- residence ans/or citizenship

Since filing for immigration seems a bit much for a visit of no more than a year, you might consider some temporary options. Your wife and children could seek a 1-year admission in B-2 status ("...
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What is my legal address if I've never lived in the US?

"Legal address" is used often but it does not have any special meaning when it refers to a person's address. It simply denotes a place where you can receive mail and where the police can possibly find ...
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Buying, registering, MOT and insuring a camper van in England as a long term visiter dual Brit/Canadian citizen

So I'm also dual Canadian/British, have spent most of my life in the UK, but just moved back to Canada, so have been in a similar (although opposite) position. Buying a vehicle - no problem in ...
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Renewing expired UK driving licence aged over 70 years and resident outside the UK

No. You need to get a South African licence. From gov.uk: You can use this service to renew your British driving licence if you’re 70 or over, or will be 70 in the next 90 days, and: ...
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Get BSN and bank accounts in the Netherlands for me and my partner

Okay, seems like I managed to find answers to all of my original questions. Here's what I found. No, it's not necessary to register in the Netherlands before you actually get your working visa. In ...
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Am I a New Jersey resident for tax purposes?

It's typical for the law in the USA to be a little vague in application to cases like yours. What happens is, a court case will eventually happen between a taxpayer like you and the State of New ...
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How do I register my Italian marriage (outside of country where we were married)?

Your claim for Italian Citizenship will be based on your marriage abroad after 3 years abroad, this would have been possible However as an Italian living abroad your spouse was required to ...
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In which case(s) is a student with an F1 visa for less than 5 calendar years not a nonresident alien?

The rule is that people are not exempt individuals while on "student" status this year, if they have been an exempt individual for any part of 5 previous calendar years, ever in their life. ...
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Non-EU Person living in Germany but working in Austria

Outside of the area of "cross-border commuter", this topic (working from home in another country) is not very well covered (if at all). The Austrian sites I looked through didn't mention ...
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J1 Visa: Am I allowed to make money in a foreign country?

The potential issue is that your J-1 status only gives you authorization to perform work in the US within your J-1 program. This issue depends on whether you are physically located in the US while ...
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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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Digital nomad - capital gains treatment

In most countries, if you are not a tax resident, you will not pay taxes there on any capital gains (and often also interest and dividends) there, though there is often some minimum withholding tax ...
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How to inform Foreign office about Leaving Germany (Currently Working on a Blue Card)

To my knowledge there is no requirement to also deregister by the foreigners office. Important is only to deregister by the registry office. After deregistration, a simple letter informing them of ...
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non-US citizens on foreign driver licenses

The Geneva Convention on Road Traffic has a 1-year limitation, so countries are not required to apply it to drivers or vehicles if they have been present for more than one year. The convention ...
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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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Article 10 UK residence card - travel restrictions & Evidence of right to reside in the UK

The material you've quoted ("evidence that your EEA national family member is in the UK," etc.) appears to be from the UK government's page on entering the UK as the holder of an Article 10 ...
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UK driving licence photocard expiring - implications for non-residents

Driving with an expired photocard is illegal and can attract a £1000 fine. There is a tool on gov.uk that seems to say that EU licences are (currently) valid in the UK, and that other licences* are ...
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Working in another eu country as a non-eu spouse?

I had a somewhat similar case; but I have a distinct advantage since my wife and I have a child. I'm Italian and my wife's Brazilian, we lived in Brazil and my son was born in Brazil but I registered ...
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Place of principal residence when J1

At the time, I asked my University, and they answered: My instinct is to answer yes …. The U.S. considers the J visa as a non-immigrant visa and the H-1B as a dual intent immigrant visa. Thus, ...
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Tax treaty USA-Italy: scholar/teacher (art. 20) tax exemptions and implications

Well, I know someone in exactly the same situation who is wondering exactly the same thing. As far as I understand -- I am not a certified tax expert, and this is not a consultation. According to ...
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