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  • Legal Issues When Moving To A Different Location

    Hi guys! Today I would like to share with you the Legal Issues When Moving To A Different Location.

    When we were first considering our move, sure we were considering other factors, such as site location, ease of travel to-and-from work, and of course, tax savings. Our team lives in or Glendora so the move made sense from a strategic standpoint. We decided to pack-up and move out!

    Now from a legal perspective, there are several things to consider when you’re determining your next move. You may check out the law regarding this matter.

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    Oh wow. Thanks for your share. It's helpful for me very much.
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    • #3
      Thanks for sharing your story we learned a lesson from you, i will keep in mind your suggestion while moving to a other place.

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        • #5
          Very nice post and also very interesting too. Thanks for sharing here.
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            Amazing Post

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              To legally reside in a European country, you need a foreign residence and work permit. The first step for the same is to apply for a visa from your home country. The visa will allow you to enter the country you are moving to. After reaching there, you can apply for a residence or work permit. There are many long term visa options which you can avail for living in Europe. They are - student visa, work visa, retirement visa, investment visa, business/entrepreneur visa, self-employment visa, digital nomad visa, spousal visa, and citizenship through descent.

              Applicant must fulfill basic criteria if planning to move to an EU country permanently –
              • Be over 18 years of age
              • Be a law-abiding individual with reliable source of income
              • Declaration of loyalty to the country
              • No previous convictions
              • Renunciation of current citizenship

              Each EU country has its own legal requirements to be fulfilled by an applicant. Thus to know about every country separately, you can contact organizations that deal with such legal assistance. Get in touch with professional specialists who will help you avail the opportunity to move to an EU country. Citizensl is one such organization, which do their work with accuracy and punctuality.

              Website : www-citizensl-com

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              • #8
                Thanks for the share.

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                • #9
                  First of all, do everything you’d do if moving within your state: Notify the electric company, gas company, etc., that you’re vacating your old home and to shut off service there. Get your mail forwarded, etc.

                  Once you have a home in your new state, take care of establishing that this is your residence. Your lease if you’re renting or the deed to your house if you’re a homeowner will probably be accepted as proof of your residency.

                  But what if you don’t have that? Suppose you’re staying with a friend or relative. If your old bank has a branch near where you live, just notify them of a change of address; if not, get a new bank account in your new state. This bank account will be very useful in establishing that you’re living at this address — a bank statement is usually accepted as proof. Then you can show up at the agency that issues drivers’ licenses and get a new license. (If you don’t have a driver’s license, get a state ID card; it will make your life a lot easier.) While you’re there, you can register to vote.

                  If you have trouble setting up a bank account without proof of your new address, register to vote. You’ll get something in the mail that indicates you’re registered to vote at such-and-such address. This will be accepted as proof of residency.

                  Eventually, you’ll have enough documentation that nobody will question that you genuinely live at such-and-such address.
                  Last edited by AlexPhilip; 12-11-2021, 11:07 AM.
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                  • #10
                    Every EU country has its own lawful necessities to be satisfied by a candidate. In this manner to know about each nation independently, you can contact associations that arrange with such lawful help.

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                    • #11
                      Much obliged for your portion. It's useful for me definitely.

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                      • #12
                        Moving into a new location has it's own pros and cons.
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                        • #13
                          Great Information. Thanks for Sharing.

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                            • #15
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