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What rights do EU residents (not citizens) have with respect to other EU countries?

During that 5-year period, what rights do I have with respect to the rest of Europe? Non-citizen residents do have some rights but not the one you're most interested in (residence). For example, one ...
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Can a US citizen with a long term residency card from Spain work in Iceland?

Your son would need to get a residence permit from Iceland, a process that should be fairly straightforward under the relevant EU directive, but the Spanish card itself does not authorize employment ...
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Advantages of Blue Card vs. Permanent Residency

if eligible for the permanent residency If you are eligible for Permanent Residency, you should really apply for it Permanent residency means that your residency doesn't hinge on you being employed, ...
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What if my Red-White-Red Card plus expires before the 3 years period

You can renew the card by a similar process as when you initially applied for it, either with MA35 (Vienna) or your local Bezirkshauptmannschaft. A renewal process can be initiated 3 months before ...
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When did my grandfather lose his Dutch nationality?

It's becoming increasingly important to find out when he lost his nationality. Article 15 (2)(c) came into force in 2000, therefore the exception allowed since then did not apply. Article 2 1. ...
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Do accrued residency years transfer from France to the Netherlands?

There are several things that can be called “permanent residence” but in general the clock resets when you move to the Netherlands and I don't think the time spent in France will help you. Having ...
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Vacation for 2 weeks out of the USA before applying for N-400, can I still submit the N-400 , or do I have to wait?

You need to have resided in the state or service district that you apply for naturalization in for 3 months before filing. (See 12 USCIS-PM D.6(A).) But a vacation generally does not affect your place ...
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Transfer permanent residence to other country

If I move to Hungary, do I have to save up 10 years again to get citizenship, or can I use the 5 years from Czechia too? Does the blue card help at all? That's entirely up to Hungary. EU law doesn't ...
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What rights do EU residents (not citizens) have with respect to other EU countries?

As a resident of Portugal, can I live in other European countries? Yes. However, to spend more than 90 days in another EU country you will need a long-stay visa or a residence permit for that country....
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In Germany, is it possible to get an EU long-term residency (Daueraufenthalt–EU) in 21 months with an EU Blue Card and B1-level German?

You can now get a "usual" permanent settlement permit (after 21 months) and after 5 years apply for Daueraufenthalt–EU in addition to it (you will keep your current permanent settlement ...
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Losing indefinite Spanish residency, but reobtaining it after returning years later

Yes, it's possible to recover your residency back. Anyway, you could apply for Spanish citizenship. Yes, I am aware than Foreign nationals who acquire Spanish nationality must renounce their previous ...
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