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Whether a person has an ITIN and/or an SSN has no bearing on whether they are a resident alien or nonresident alien for US tax purposes. A person is a resident alien if and only if they pass the Substantial Presence Test or the Green Card Test (or, in certain situations, if they elect the First-Year Choice, or a nonresident spouse elects to file jointly with ...


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As a UK citizen, with the right to abode, you can return to the UK at any time to take up residence. Important is to insure that your danish residence status is not lost due to an extensive absence (often greater than 6 months) from the country. This is something which you should ask about beforehand (at the immigration office where your residence permit ...


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Their reply was that "it is not a problem, since [I] have already taken advantage of freedom of movement [by coming to Austria before the end of the transition period]". This seems to imply that because I have been resident since the summer, it does not matter when the official residency certificate is granted. This is correct. You are already an ...


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I had the same question and called the ind. Apparently it wouldn’t be useful anymore because you will get a certificate saying that your dutch is A2 level. However after 31/12/2021 they require a diploma with Dutch level B1 , so it will not fulfill the requirement . I know that wasn’t the answer you were hoping for but this is at least was the answer of the ...


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One solution may be to request a VIPER (VIsto PERmanente, Permanent Visa) (which at first is actually issued for 2 years, after that time you need to apply again to make it properly permanent). It seems to be a lot of hassle though, including transferring some amount of money to a Brazilian account every month, getting an RNE (Brazilian foreigner ID). ...


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The ITIN is intended for persons who have certain tax obligations, or reporting requirements, but are not eligible to a SSN. Plenty of foreigners have got an ITIN for example because they have to fill out W-8BEN forms relating to revenue accrued in the US. Here is some more information outlining the SSN eligibility criteria: Social Security Numbers for ...


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Since you mention France, the residence requirement for naturalisation has been interpreted as having the “center of your life” in France. For example, if you live in France and your spouse and children live abroad, naturalisation can be denied. It's deliberately not about meeting formal criteria (like spending a predefined number of days in France) but by ...


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Once you pass all the integration tests (inburgeringsexamens) you will be eligible to get an integration diploma (inburgeringsdiploma). The diploma does not expire and can be used to apply for permanent residency as well as citizenship. More information can be found on the official website of DUO.


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This cases are always quite complicated and you better discuss it with a lawyer before making the decision. Looking at this document from OECD it one may think that it would be without tax consequences up to 30 days: https://www.oecd.org/tax/automatic-exchange/crs-implementation-and-assistance/tax-residency/Switzerland-Residency.pdf There may be other ...


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These are documents(in Spanish, of course!) I've got from gov. lawyer. Hope it helps someone:


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2020/2021 Update: in my case, in Baden-Württemberg, Ausländerbehörde had explictly noted that I need B1 certificate from Telc, Goethe- Institut or TestDaf. Es muss sich bei dem B1 Zertifikat, um das einer anerkannten Sprachschule handeln.( Hierbei einzig anerkannt sind zertifizierte Träger: Telc, Goethe- Institut oder TestDaf). Demnach kann das Zertifikat ...


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