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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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Residence or residency is not a unified concept. A single person can be a resident of different places for different purposes. Two jurisdictions can even consider the same person to be a resident for the same purpose, because of different rules. In general terms, a residence permit authorizes its bearer to reside somewhere, or, more literally, it permits ...


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You will pay 30% tax on 22/30 of the profit, so in practice 22% tax on the profit. No profit means no tax. Cooperative flats are more than 99% of the market. More info about tax on cooperative flats here: Skatteverket


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Things are not as neatly organised as you seem to assume. Countries can have several disconnected notions of residence. For example, in France, it's possible to be considered a resident for tax purposes without being a resident for citizenship purposes (the time spent in France does not count towards the minimal required stay before applying for ...


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Unfortunately, the US Postal Service doesn’t offer sea mail shipping anymore. You could try UPS or FedEx but their air rates are rather exorbitant for large international packages and they don’t have sea mail. You don’t have enough to really justify shipping your own ocean container or even quarter container. I agree with a commenter that you may find ...


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