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Germany Thus Far: 14 Months

November is about gone, and the new year is just around the corner. This month has been a wild ride. To be honest, I’m glad it’s almost over. 812 more words

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Residency Rules For Foreign Children

If you are living in South Africa, you most likely know about the recent changes to immigration regulations but just to make sure you are well informed on how the changes affect your children, Intergate put together an article that breaks down a few key points to note with regard to residency rules for foreign children. 509 more words

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INDONESIA – Third-Party Agents Can No Longer Submit Immigration Applications

Effective 14 November, the Indonesian immigration authorities have prohibited third-party agents from representing companies or assignees at immigration offices to obtain visas and permits.

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INDONESIA – New Regulations for Work and Residence Permit Renewals

The Immigration Office has announced new rules for renewing work permits (IMTA) and residence permits (KITAS), including a new three-month interim KITAS which must be obtained while the IMTA renewal application is being processed. 37 more words

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Germany Thus Far: 13 Months

October: the month that we are supposed to be decorating for Halloween. Instead, you see Christmas-themed products in the stores already. Yes, even in Germany they put the Christmas stuff out way too early! 403 more words

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How to get the eAT for Non-EU Spouses (Aufenthaltstitel) in Germany

Finally, last Thursday, I got my Residence permit (Aufenthaltstitel ) to live legally in Germany. It feels so different knowing that I’m not a visiting tourist anymore. 1,459 more words

LIVING IN GERMANY

Staying: A Bureaucratic Story

My Residence Permit

Ladies and gentleman, let me tell you a tale. I once moved to Germany. The International Office of the university was extremely helpful. 1,983 more words

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