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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: Refugee camps will be set up in Ranong and Chumphon which border Myanmar’s southern-most region. Most of the violence has been around 1,300 kilometres north in ...


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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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I have lived in Japan for over three years now and I have not needed my birth certificate even once. Most forms you will encounter will ask for your passport or residence card, if at all. (I didn’t need my birth certificate at home either, for that matter. The only reason I can think of would be if accidentally both my ID card and passport expired at the ...


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I get the feeling that it may be possible, but there are a number of things to consider. Under German law, the guardian has the right and duty to supervise a minor in accordance with the minor's age and maturity. It is acceptable for a typical 16-year-old to be in a different city or even a different country than the legal guardians. They don't have to tuck ...


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From what you wrote I would imagine that your Blue Card expired and that you or they expect you to keep it even after you get your Niederlassungserlaubnis. I believe this means you will be issued a new Blue Card which in return means you have to satisfy new requirements (salary treshold). As I understand it, those two things are separate and even though ...


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