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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 physically present in the US before your birth for a cumulative total of 5 years, including 2 years after he turned 14 (and if your father naturalized, he probably ...


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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 - you don't need any visa. Just keep in mind that if you visit a foreign country and work for the European employer there - you will need a proper visa that allows ...


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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 européen ou suisse : installer sa famille proche en France and Famille d'Européen en France : demande de carte de séjour "UE" (all in French). For simplicity, ...


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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: ... 114a Cromwell Road, London, SW7 4ES ... The Passport Office is open to the public from 09.30 - 16.30 Monday to Friday. ... If you choose to post ...


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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 provide as much proof of her entry as possible, or, if not possible, a good explanation letter clarifying why she cannot submit proof of her entry. Instructions are ...


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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 with all the paperwork. If you're a Dutch citizen, you won't need a visa or a work permit (as @svick points out in their comment). You need health insurance from ...


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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" licenses and full licenses. The limitations of provisional licenses vary by state; they typically comprise some combination of the following: restrictions ...


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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 and/or any other names that you have been known by) (Other forms for other visa types all seem similar, if you're filling out a different one then follow the ...


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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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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 before your work permit expired, you can keep working under the same conditions as your existing permit until CIC decides on your application, even if you have ...


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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.govt.nz/starting-employment/right-to-work-in-new-zealand/ From the image I took a screenshot below, you basically just need to rock up at NZ immigration with ...


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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 another look at immigration, visa types, and required sponsorships. Cross check with available jobs. Visit the countries (time and money permitting) to get see ...


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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, “§ 39 (2) 1 Nr. 1 Residence Act” is meant to protect local workers (citizens and current residents) against competition from newcomers accepting less attractive work conditions. ...


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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 Global Entry alone, though the cost is that the in-person interview can only be done at the subset of Global Entry locations where CBSA officers are also present (...


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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 get employed. There are some differences if you seek government support while out of work (e.g. jobseeker's allowance or universal credit), but your right to ...


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This is a long one.... First off you do NOT need to be a resident to own PGYan real estate. any person or entity can own real estate. They will need to be present personally to sign paperwork with the attorney to start and then end the transaction. No real estate agent is needed, in Paraguay the buyer and seller can sit down and negotiate their own deal out ...


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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 possibly make a huge difference if you will be hired as an employee by an EU company while you are living in Brazil (which would legally be possible but according to ...


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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 that allows you to stay for 90 days every six months in the Schengen area. If you want to stay there for longer than 90 days, and it's clear that you do, you ...


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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 new photocard and paper counterpart will appear at the new address. There is no requirement to present proof of address when changing the address on your UK ...


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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 can search for registered entitites at https://www.kvk.nl/orderstraat/bedrijf-kiezen/ . Try your street name and see if your flat comes up; most VVEs have names ...


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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 Qualification - that is a Masters by research or a PhD in one of the nominated areas (Computer Science is one). ACS have equated your qualifications to a ...


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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 have to do it and, in spite of the provision in the statute, hasn't enacted the necessary Rechtsverordnung. This has been going on for years now and it could go on ...


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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 after you arrive in NZ and you will just need your Australian passport details. Depending on the nature of your employment, you may also need a local bank ...


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You only need to change the address on your UK driving licence, if you are a resident in the UK. If you live abroad, but you still have your UK driving licence, then you don't need to notify DVLA of your new address (they can't handle foreign addresses anyway). If you live by your friends, but you are not considered as a resident, then you still don't need ...


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First, the UK has really cracked down hard on the work visa system. The shortage occupations list, and its usage, has received particular scrutiny over the last several years. If an occupation is listed there, then it probably is 'hard to find British employees for these positions'. The COS can take from 2 weeks to 8 weeks depending on timing, more often ...


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Just to update for others who might seek this info. I was able to bring my family on a tourist visa, and apply for residence permit in Italy. I already had a residence permit for myself. Once your family is in Italy on a short term visa, and if they dont want to go back leaving you, then you can apply for the residence permit for the spouse. Mandatory ...


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If you asked for an SSN on the DS-260 the SSA will automatically mail the card to the address where you'll receive your green card once they are notified that you have entered the US. This reference says you should complain if you don't get the card within 3 weeks.


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Yes, that would be correct. Immigration Health Surcharge is required for any extension applications . You will not have to pay for this at the time you apply for your indefinite leave to remain. The system, in our view, is quite unfair and this is one of the most common questions we are asked when someone is contributing through taxes and NI.


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