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  1. Italy Expat Forum for Expats Living in Italy
    Is it possible to have a caravan in your garden and live in it for a few weeks whilst working on your property? I am sure I have read somewhere in the past that you needed to obtain planning permission but wondered if this was still true. My property is in Tuscany, near Lucca.
  2. Dubai Expat Forum for Expats Living in Dubai
    Hi Guys I'm wondering if someone can offer advice please. I am a UK citizen but live in Spain at the moment. Fourteen months ago my daughter's father visited Spain to see my daughter but then refused to return her on the agreed day. I have since stopped unsupervised contact and am waiting to...
  3. Other Americas
    I am a British citizen married to an Argentinian and living in Argentina. we have two children born in Argentina and I wish to travel to Europe with them for a month to visit English relatives. my husband wont be coming with us as relations are strained between him and my mum. he has told me I...
  4. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    We are moving out from Brazil. We know we can't apply for a EEA FP inside UK.So, we decided to do it in another any country. Ireland maybe or Hungary. According to http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/sitecontent/documents/out-of-country/eea-family-permit.pdf It's says... Evidence of your...
  5. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    Hello there, Can I visit my wife with "Visa for Marriage Visitor" after our marriage? I've asked the officer of airport border agency last time when I went to UK for our wedding. He said that I can visit my wife even after our wedding without applying a new one because my current visa allows...
  6. International Expat Discussions
    How is it going guys? Let me introduce myself first. I'm Martin, 23 years old, from Argentina and right now just a student of business information systems (previously, I've been a full time IT worker and student at the same time, for two years). I don’t really want to bore you with personal...
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