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The H1B process takes time, luck, qualifications, fees, and skilled form-filling. I suggest avoiding it by never working in the US. You would go on living in Spain and only visit the US for short periods. In practice, you would use the Visa Waiver Program, but B-1 Temporary Business Visitor lists the permitted business activities for a visitor to the US. ...


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The spouse of an Italian citizen is entitled to a simplified visa application procedure that is free of charge: The documents that family members of an EU citizen need to submit when applying for a visa are listed in the above art. 2 and differ from those required of other ordinary applicants (i.e. it is not necessary to provide health insurance and proof ...


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What do we need to submit for a visa application for residency in Germany? None. As EU citizens, you cannot get German visas. As noted in the other answer, you have to register when you move there, but the only document you need is a Croatian passport or ID card. This is explicit in the free movement directive, 2004/38/EC. Article 6(1): Union ...


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As European Union citizens, you do not require a residence permit to live in another European Union country. Some countries (like Poland) require you to apply for a residence certificate after taking up residence. Germany does not, but you are required to register at the local registration office (Meldebehörde) in the same way as a German citizen must. ...


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There's no limit. Even if you try to return after the expiration of your I-94, you can just reapply for admission as you did the first time you entered in TN status.


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