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Can I get deported?

You are almost certainly a US citizen, and have been from birth. For a child born abroad in wedlock to a US citizen parent after 1986, you are a US citizen at birth if your US citizen parent was ...
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Working remotely for European Company in Argentina - VISA required?

Visas are not for work, they are for physical presence. If your physical presence includes employment, you'll need a special kind of visa, but if your employment doesn't require physical presence - ...
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What steps can I take to go to Thailand as a refugee fleeing Myanmar?

The Thai government is set to open two temporary refugee camps in Ranong and Chumpon. These are two cities on the southern end of the Myanmar-Thai border. According to Thai news outlet the Thaiger: ...
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What does one need to apply for a titre (carte?) de séjour in France?

It's difficult to find comprehensive up-to-date information about this in English. The most useful official source is vosdroits.service-public.fr, in particular the pages Européens en France, Citoyen ...
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Do I have to take my children to Ireland in order to apply for their first Irish passport?

Thankfully, it appears you don't have to drag them to Ireland to apply ;) From the Embassy of Ireland's page on Children's passports: The Embassy of Ireland Passport Office London, is located at: ...
5 votes

Lost I-94 number from 2005 (no 'admitted until' date) on the POE stamp

If her entry stamp in the passport doesn't satisfy the USCIS, then unfortunately, her only hope might be applying for a replacement by completing and sending form I-102 to the USCIS She has to ...
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Preparation for moving to Prague: what comes first?

I'd recommend to start by looking for a job. First, it will be less stressful to move into a new country if you already have a job lined up; second, your employer will probably be able to help you ...
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Understand a German employment visa rejection

It means that the salary offered by your prospective employer is deemed too low compared to the local standard for similar occupations by the relevant Arbeitsagentur. The law cited, Ҥ 39 (2) 1 Nr. 1 ...
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How far back does the UK make background checks for naturalization

To answer the question you should ask, the forms will ask you to declare your immigration history over some timescale. Specifically it will ask you if you have been refused entry to some country, and ...
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Does the French Defence Preparation Day count as being a member, serve in, help, or otherwise participate in, a military unit in the N-400 form?

As always with these questions, if you're uncertain what to answer, give the answer that results in tbe greater disclosure of information. By "these questions," I mean questions designed to ...
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Query regarding surnames and UK Visa applications

This is not a problem. The relevant questions from the Family Settlement Application Form are: 1.2 Family name (as shown in your passport) 1.3 Other names (including any other names you are known by ...
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US state (or other country) with sub-16 driver's license?

Wikipedia articles, as Joe Blow notes, have enough information to answer the question. In addition to "hardship" licenses, there is a more common distinction between "restricted" or "provisional" ...
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How can an ID card holder get a document certifying having legally entered Georgia?

Turns out you can apply for an extract from the border crossing system at the Service Agency, which, in Tbilisi, is located at Petre Kavtaradze Street 5a. Takes a few days to issue.
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Implied Status in Canada

Quoting from CIC If you applied for another work permit: You must stay in Canada and meet the conditions of your original work permit. If you applied for a work permit extension ...
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Do Australian citizens need any paperwork to work in New Zealand?

I Googled it for you and came on these two great government websites: https://www.immigration.govt.nz/new-zealand-visas/apply-for-a-visa/about-visa/australian-resident-visa and https://www.employment....
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What order should I do things in? (Moving country)

Research the countries that you are considering. Especially look at immigration rules (and the associated pain in the neck), job market, cost of living, general culture, language barriers, etc. Take ...
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Discrepancy of the length of stay between DS-160 and I-20 (F-1 visa)

The rule is that for an entering nonimmigrant, their passport has to be valid for 6 months beyond the end of the period of stay (or, for passports from countries in the 6-month club, their passport ...
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Can a US citizen living in the UK apply for US Global Entry?

You could also apply for NEXUS, which provides the same Global Entry benefits when entering the US as well as equivalent benefits when entering Canada. At $50 for 5 years it is half the price of ...
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Working in the UK as a Finnish national?

As far as I understand, as a EU citizen (except for Croatia at the moment) you don't need any permits or other paperwork; in other words you have the exact same right to relocate and look for work and ...
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Remote work in Europe for EU citizen. How does it work from the legal point of view?

There are three aspects to your situation: Your right to work in Brazil Your right to work in the EU / for an EU company Taxation of your income You write you are a software developer. It will ...
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Moving to Germany with my EU girlfriend

Getting married would be the most straightforward approach. :) The traditional answer is that for most countries, for a visit of up to 90 days, you won't need a visa. Many countries have an agreement ...
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Driver's license, UK, change of address

Assuming you still have your paper counterpart, it's trivially easy. Just fill in your new address on the form on the back, and post it off to the DVLA along with the photocard. A week or so later, a ...
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How to get VVE (Vereniging van Eigenaars/Homeowner association) contact details in Holland?

All VVEs must register themselves at the local Chamber of Commerce ("Kamer van Koophandel" or "KVK"). That doesn't mean that all of them do, but a block of flats probably has a registered VVE. You ...
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When I get my Australian visa points from ASC and SkillSelect will I get same points upon submitting my application to Immi?

On the face of it, your self-assessment of your points seems wrong to me based on what you have posted. For example, you have given yourself 5 points for having a post graduate Specialist Education ...
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Settlement Permit in Germany Granted due to High Salary?

There are exceptions for refugees, blue card holders and holders of a German degree (none of which apply to you as far as I can tell) but generally speaking, you need to have been a resident for five ...
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When will the immigration process change in Germany? New Blue Card Model, or Points Bases?

Those are two distinct issues: The possibility to get a Blue Card based solely on professional experience (without a recognised degree) is optional as far as EU law is concerned. Germany does not ...
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Do Australian citizens need any paperwork to work in New Zealand?

Aside from the resident visa (essentially automatic for Australian citizens as detailed in another answer), you will also need an IRD number to actually start working. You can apply for this online ...
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What's the approx. processing time of online FOIA requests for entry/exit to prepare for N400 (Application for Naturalization)? Days, weeks, months?

I submitted a FOIA request to the CBP for entry and exit records on 2020-10-21 and got a response with those records on 2020-12-10. I have no idea if that time is typical or not. The fee charged for ...
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What's the proper order for the "Countries to Which You Traveled"? that one has to indicate in the travel history in N-400 form for US Naturalization?

I wonder whether the order should be chronological, antichronological, lexicographical, some of other order or nobody cares. As the form states: Start with your most recent trip and work backwards. ...
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