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Yes, the time of work before you become a student will be taken into account. It is not about working several months/years in a row; it is the total sum of months/years you have paid into the social security system what is important. So a gap of beeing a student isnt a problem. Having graduaded in Germany will shorten the time down to 2 years to become ...


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They may visit other Schengen area countries (outside of country A where they have a residence permit) up to 90 days per 180 day period countries B, C, D etc. The days in country A or outside the Schengen Area do not count towards the 90 days. The 180 day period moves foward one day daily (independent from where you are). Today, if you were in country B ...


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The answer was rather complicated and required the expertise of an accountant specializing in expat tax. I would advise everyone in my position to do the same. These are the answers: Kind of... based on the fact that I intended to stay in the UK for more than two years and I had no significant commercial or business ties to Australia (except my job and ...


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