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If you follow the proper procedures as you should your work visa will be converted to a 30 day tourist visa to allow you to sort your affairs and close bank accounts etc after you finish your work contract, if however you didn’t follow the company exit procedure when you stopped working and have been in china on that permanent residence card but not employed ...


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Are you sure you need to apply for ‘titre de sejour’? I might be wrong but in most long stay visas you need to validate your visa online and the process follows. This is what I did for my appointments. I received the medical appointment in a week of arrival but still waiting for OFII summon. Your process might differ but worth checking.


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Yes, you can travel immediately using your new passport. You will not have your BRP replaced just for a renewed passport. The point of the BRP, and part of the reason for replacing visa vignettes with a separate card, is that it is independent of your passport validity. It's hard to find positive evidence for this, but note that the change of circumstances ...


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Unfortunately the Migrant change of circumstances form is not very clear about the BRP process. The contained link, that may have explained this, is now invalid https://www.gov.uk/biometric-residence-permits/replace-visa-brp What is clear, is that the form must be used to report the changed passport: Passport details: If a new passport has been issued, ...


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Not conducting a proper exit procedure when leaving China can be rather trouble some, but there are agents who can try and help you sort the situation out and file the right papers etc to cancel your residency and ensure you have the proper leave letter etc from your former company which is absolutely critical. However you must note that even if you ...


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In such cases, one only needs to do the following steps actively on him/herself after entering Germany (for others he/she will be asked and/or get post): Rent an apartment and register there --> this is needed for steps 2 and 3 Get a health insurance (if one is working and his/her salary is lower than 62,550 Euro per year, he/she should be registered at ...


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By making an appointment to apply for "titre de séjour", you will showing your intention to comply with the requirement. Unfortunately it is now common place in many places not to be able to get an appointment within the required timeframe and these institutions are very aware of that. Most online appointment systems require you to give the reason for the ...


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Such things aren't required of EU citizens. Your 2003 Dutch textbook was written before Directive 2004/38/EC was enacted, and the law in the Netherlands was different then. I was living in Amsterdam at the time, and I had an English colleague who was stopped by a police officer for crossing the street away from a pedestrian crossing and told that he had to ...


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