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First Steps

Within this post I will be covering the basics of Migrationsverket, determining what application type suits you best, how to apply, tips on applying, as well as a few additional thoughts from my experience applying for a residence/ work visa. 583 more words

American Abroad

What is movingtostockholm.com?

After meeting my (Swedish) girlfriend in the US in 2011, and frequenting Sweden for nearly two years using only a travel visa, I decided it was time to apply for a more permanent stay in Sweden with a residence permit. 281 more words

American Abroad

Red-White-Red Day!

After some blood, sweat and tears – a common effect of dealing with Austrian bureaucracy – I finally got my permit (Red-White-Red Card) prolonged for another year!! 35 more words


Common European Asylum System

Asylum is granted to people fleeing persecution or serious harm in their own country and therefore in need of international protection. Asylum is a fundamental right; granting it is an international obligation, first recognised in the… 636 more words

European Union

Residence Permission in Northern Cyprus - Not so simple, but yet easy !

Residence Permission in Northern Cyprus

Not so simple, but yet easy !

Or: The search for the little man…

By Ralph Kratzer

Some time ago I read in a newspaper over here or was it on the internet (?) a review of an English lady regarding the receipt of a temporary residence permission in Northern Cyprus for foreign residents over the age of 60 years. 548 more words

North Cyprus

How To Immigrate to Europe (Or Anywhere Else) By Maverick

Brazil was my first country where staying on a typical 3-6 month tourist visa wasn’t sufficient.  I met incredible people, rented a room in a huge flat half a block from the beach, and decided to stay at least until my original housemate would leave. 996 more words

European Union

No Walk in the Park: Going to the Emniyet

I walk through the metal detectors at the entrance of the foreigner police department and show my passport to an unfriendly policeman at the desk inside. 1,247 more words

Lisa Morrow