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Germany has a JSV(job search visa) that's valid for 6 months which you can use to legally stay there while trying to find a job. And in the meantime, you can be self-employed. If you land a job, then you can get a work permit and all that. Not sure, but I think Portugal also has something similar. You can check. Outside of the EU, but in Europe, Georgia has ...


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Since you're supposed to apply in the consulate with jurisdiction over your place of residence, the consulate that decides you don't actually reside in its jurisdiction will reject your application. If you're particularly unlucky, both consulates will come to that conclusion, and then you will be in a difficult situation indeed.


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I assume with had you mean you have a valid residence permit for the Republic of Ireland (ROI). It is a mistaken notion that the Common Travel Area is similar in nature to the Schengen Area where 3rd country citizens with a residence permit are allowed to undertake a short term visit to another Schengen country. Common Travel Area rights can only be ...


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They can apply for Extension of Status any time before their status expires. There is no limit to the number of consecutive Extensions of Status they can apply for or the total length of stay extensions can add up to.


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You can apply for the family reunion visa for your wife once you have obtained your own authorization (nulla osta) even before you get your own visa. To do this, you can get an appointment in the Italian embassy in Iran. The application form will be the long-term visa application form- similar as yours. The main documents that they ask for are the nulla osta,...


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The answer to both your questions is unfortunately, no. For UK visas, it is required biometrics are taken for each application. There is, as of yet, no relaxation of this requirement. And Tier 4 visas are not one of the categories of visa which can be applied from outside a country you are resident in. However, in your situation, I would be cautiously ...


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Different countries have different rules. You will need to get there I suggest getting help in advance from one of the numerous associations in big Western cities that deal with asylum seekers on a daily basis. Most of them are sensitive to women's issues in part because they are a major (and horrible) problem in human trafficking networks. If you get to ...


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When I applied for a student visa a CV was obligatory. If its one of the listed documents then you must send it.


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This does not attract duty. "Personal effects of temporary resident" Do a search with the relevant keywords, and the domain .gov.au to see the government department's clear policies. https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/entering-and-leaving-australia/entering-australia/duty-free https://www.abf.gov.au/importing-exporting-and-manufacturing/importing/how-...


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Not just for work visas, many countries even ask for a clean criminal record for student visas. Most of the times, it's when you have lived in the third country for more than six months. If you have committed a crime during that time, and it's on your record, that can affect your application. However, just because your criminal record is not clean, it doesn'...


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