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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 easier to move around and possibly cheat a little, rules around citizenship are still strictly national matters as are, for the most part, rules on long-term ...


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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-requierment for a Portuguese passport. Then after 1 year due time, he gets a TRC (Temporary Residence Card) and moves to some other country in Schengen (say, ...


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There is no such requirement to relax. The requirement is that the permanent resident not abandon his or her residence in the United States. But there is no specific threshold for the duration of absence that causes a permanent resident to lose that status. The determination of abandonment is made individually in each case. Someone who has been away for ...


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Spending three years overseas puts your wife's green card status at significant risk. Read expatriates.stackexchange.com/questions/14486/ After only 180 days' absence from the US, your wife risks violating naturalization's "continuous residence" requirement, as well as creating possible difficulties in her returning to the US, and a referral to the ...


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It doesn't matter HOW you manage your stay at the specific address , could be a friend of yours or a relieve , but you need to inform Burgeramt and get the Anmeldung which shows you're place of residence is this address


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The Anmeldung process in Germany is about registering your place of residence for the authorities, and until you inform them otherwise then they will assume that you remain at the same place and they don't care about details such as the length of your rental contract which is between you and your landlord and hence not relevant to them. They only want the ...


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