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Moving to Portugal while my wife has stayed in Schengen area for more than 3 months on the basis of a pending residency permit application in Finland?

But due to staying in Finland (Schengen area) longer than 90 days (on the basis of a pending residency permit application in Finland), we might have problems entering Portugal. You won't. Have I ...
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Relocating to another Schengen country with Portugal D7 Visa

No, long term visa are only for the country you apply for. And even short term visa are mostly just for the plans you present when you apply.
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Work in remotely for Germany, while living in Portugal, how would health insurance work?

Employers almost universally frown upon that, potential liability for tax withholding, mandatory insurances, and just engaging some body of law that you don't fully understand is too great. Health ...
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What happens if you leave an unpaid utilities bill in an EEA country you no longer live in?

The utility company might do one or more of several things, depending on the size of the debt: Write off the debt Chase you for the money Pass the debt to a debt collection agency Obtain a court ...
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Staying over 90 days in Portugal, as any EU national and non-EU spouse

You should not have any trouble. You may be asked for documentation to show that your wife is in fact your wife, but as long as you have that, she enjoys a derivative right of freedom of movement. ...
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Can I have 2 EU residency permits at once?

Yes, there is no rule against having several residence permit. The Schengen regulations are about visits and short stays and have very little to say on stays longer than 90 days and residence. EU law ...
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Country-hopping to stay longer in EU?

You would have to look at a second country outside the Schengen area, or have her apply for a national long-stay visa for Portugal or Sweden. The 90/180 rule applies to the entire Schengen area, ...
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How do we register our child as a Portugese national?

I’m Portuguese and Brazilian. My wife is Brazilian. We live in Luxembourg and we are married only in Brazil. We had a child here this year and I registered him as portuguese at the embassy. If one of ...
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EU Passport holder property/residence Portugal

With respect to the accepted answer, if you are not a citizen of Ireland, but your family members who are are sufficiently close for you to qualify under the free movement directive, then you can have ...
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EU Passport holder property/residence Portugal

If you are a citizen of Ireland, you have freedom of movement in Portugal. You can live there, work there and buy property there.
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Is it easier to get a Portuguese citizenship if someone is an illegal immigrant?

As explained by Wikipedia and Asylum in Europe, applying for naturalisation in Portugal, like in many other countries, requires a period of legal residence (five years in this case). A person who ...
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Can I live in Luxembourg and work for Portugal?

In situations like the one you explain there are three countries and jurisdictions involved: Home country (H): The country which nationality you have. Residence / work country (R): The country you ...
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Lost EU driving license in Portugal

In most countries a driving license will only be reissued where it was originaly issued or at your present main residence. If you lose any official document, you should report this to the local police....
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Do I need to apply for Portuguese residency visa in UK or Portugal when married to Portuguese citizen?

After your arrival in Portugal, you must apply for a residence card as a spouse of a EU Citizen. A certificate should be issued immediately. Registration certificate for EU citizens or members of ...
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Is it possible to apply for a PR/passport if someone doesn't stay in the country?

Your question emphasized that this person would go to a Schengen country but it's important to understand that the Schengen rules legally have no bearing on this whatsoever. While the EU has made it ...
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Is it possible to apply for a PR/passport if someone doesn't stay in the country?

As far as I know, Portugal requires a person to stay in the country for 5 years to be eligible for applying for a Portuguese passport. I assume you mean: obtaining citizenship, which is a pre-...
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Portugal Resident re-entering in Portugal after a trip to Brazil

Your resident card and passport will be enough to enter Portugal on your way back, unless you are violating the rules by not having the proper insurances etc of course but it seems to me that you do ...
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Exceeding number of entries on Schengen National visa (type D)

The D-Visa being issue is to travel to and apply for the residence permit. Once applied, a temporary residence permit will be issued for the expected time needed until the final residence permit is ...
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Can I get job & residence permit in another EU country if my status is as per Portugal's law - article 88 para 2

Apply for a new residence permit from another EU country if I have to change jobs? You can of course apply, just as you are able to apply for a residence permit in Portugal. But you will not ...
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How to apply for a Portugal work permit?

If you are a highly qualified professional, without Visa: The application for residence title or EU Blue Card should be scheduled (via an electronic platform – to be implemented for holders of ...
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I am a Brazilian citizen, and I want to marry a Filipino citizen. If I manage to have a work visa to work in Portugal, can she come with me?

To preserve as an answer the comment from Traveller, which was presumably added on travel.stackexchange: I’m struggling to find an official source however this site indicates that if you have a ...
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How can I (a US citizen) set up my bank/money when I move to Portugal?

There are several credit cards that don't charge an extra fee for "International Transactions". Two that I'm aware of are Chase Sapphire and American Express Platinum, but there are others. However, ...
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Driving in Portugal: Non-PT car / Non-PT Drivers License

If you are planning to drive a car with Portuguese registration and you have the documents to prove you are allowed (owner of the car or you have document showing the owner allows you, like a signed ...
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Is 300 euros a month enough to live on in Portugal?

I doubt that the university would give such a scholarship and stipend without considering that you should be able to survive there. Talk to them and make sure they haven't made any assumptions (such ...
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