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If your spouse moves to an EU country under EU rules (except Poland because in this case national rules take precedence) then you would be entitled to a residence permit as well and you could work in the same country without restrictions. Getting a spousal permit is therefore generally much easier than getting a work visa on your own, at least if you are ...


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It's indeed very much country-dependent. Different EU countries have different policies and programs regarding non-EU persons. For example, in the Netherlands you, as a non-EU citizen, can work for a company if one of the following conditions is met: you are the partner of the EU citizen (if that EU citizen is Dutch, you would be required to pass Dutch ...


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According to Dual South African Citizenship, permission is required before acquiring another citizenship: If a South African citizen does not obtain this prior permission they will automatically lose their South African citizenship on voluntary acquisition of a foreign citizenship. There is no such restriction for New Zealand citizens. Australia ...


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Below are examples of what can be accepted as a proof of residence: Recent Utility Bill (i.e. telephone, gas, electric) (Please note that a mobile phone bill will not be accepted as a valid Proof of Residence). Recent Bank Statement, Recent Mortgage Statement, Signed Lease Agreement still within term Bank, Investment Letter, Rental checks, Credit card, Pay ...


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She would qualify only if: Your parents were still Dutch citizens when you were born (making you a Dutch citizen at birth), and You did not lose your Dutch nationality before your daughter was born, and Your daughter acquired Dutch nationality at birth, and Your daughter has not lost her Dutch nationality. The rules governing these things have changed over ...


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To resolve this I landed up writing a letter and sending it to the same address that I requested the original certificate from. I included a photocopy of the certificate and highlighted the obscure date and explained that the embassy would not accept it. I received a letter back saying that I should fill in the forms again and send a cover letter requesting ...


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Normally, your father's naturalizing in South Africa (or anywhere) while you were a minor would have caused you to lose your Dutch nationality along with your father. However, I believe that this would not be true if you were South African from birth, because you would not have been acquiring South African nationality at the time of your father's ...


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Using the freedom of movement act, will we be able to work in EU countries? Using freedom of movement, you and your wife can live and work in any EU nation other than your own. If you become an Irish citizen, you can no longer rely on Freedom of Movement to live and work in Ireland with your wife. I recommend that, for the moment, you do not apply for ...


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Summary Yes, you can have three or more citizenships as a South African citizen, so long as: You have applied for retention of South African citizenship before each acquisition of citizenship. The other countries that you are a citizen of allow multiple citizenship. It is common for websites and government documents to refer to dual citizenship (implying ...


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You and your fiancé can get married in the UK. If you just want the wedding celebrated in the UK followed by your return to Zimbabwe within 180 days, then your fiancé should apply for a Marriage Visit Visa. This will allow him/her to enter the UK as a visitor and use the MVV as valid credentials at your chosen Registry Office. You should identify the ...


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Your daughter probably lost her Dutch nationality on 1 April 2013, 10 years after the dual nationality rule change in 2003. The rule that went into effect then is that a Dutch citizen who has other nationality and lives outside the kingdom or the EU for 10 years loses Dutch nationality. If that is true, it would explain the failure of her earlier passport ...


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The Consular Office Rome site gives no details about passport applications (which I assume would fall within the area of Civic services). So calling them would probably be the best thing to do. The Tourist passport: Persons 16 years and older doc file contains information that may be usefull to read beforhand. this link was found at the South African ...


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Not necessarily. You should have been informed about any exclusion period (‘re-entry ban’) applied to you when your visa was cancelled. If you don’t know this information, you should contact the staff at your nearest immigration office. You can still apply for a permanent visa if you have been banned from re-entering Australia. Your immigration history ...


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In a comment you mention that your father lost his Dutch nationality by naturalizing in South Africa when he was about 39. In the circumstances you describe, it would appear that your only option to get a Dutch passport would be through naturalization after having lived in the Netherlands for 5 years https://www.government.nl/topics/dutch-nationality/...


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While you may be eligible and apply to enter the UK under the Ancestry program, it is still a visa application process and you will need to provide quite a few documents, in addition to your current passport. These include birth certificates, yours and your parent(s) and grandparent(s) upon which your ancestry claim is based. In addition, you will be ...


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You will be eligible for a special category visa upon arrival in Australia using your NZ passport. The only aggravating factors for that could be a criminal conviction. The fact that you have resided in South Africa won't have an effect on that.


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David's comment is essentially correct. Your son cannot get a Dutch passport by virtue of his grandfather's nationality. But he might be a Dutch citizen if all of the following are true: You were Dutch when you were born. You were Dutch when he was born. You passed Dutch nationality to him at his birth (that is, either he was born after 1985 or, if he was ...


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Your husband can keep his South African nationality if before he naturalizes in Britain he applies for and receives permission to do so: Application for the retention of RSA citizenship is an application that MUST be made before one acquires foreign nationality. South African citizens who take up foreign citizenship without applying for retention of South ...


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