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Bulgaria pmWh what is the difference between the two

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Obtaining the status of DVR. Difference from permanent residence.
issues of residence permit, permanent residence, citizenship.
Obtaining the status of DVR. Difference from permanent residence.
To obtain DVZh it is necessary to live in the Republic of Belarus for at least 10 months. in the year, (no more than 10 months in 5 years). These 5 years you live in the country on the basis of residence permit.
To obtain permanent residence it is necessary to live in the Republic of Belarus for at least 6 months. during the year. This condition must be observed during 5 years of residence on the basis of residence permit.
What gives you this or that status:
DVZH facilitates the possibility of earning outside the Republic of Belarus, obtaining residence permits in Europe.
The permanent residence is more focused on citizens wishing to live and work exclusively in the Republic of Belarus.
Re: Obtaining the status of the DVR. Difference from permanent residence.
How does the Bulgarian DVZ make it easier to earn money outside the Republic of Belarus?
In which countries of Europe does Bulgarian DZH serve as the basis for obtaining residence permit?
References to the laws of these countries, please!
Re: Obtaining the status of the DVR. Difference from permanent residence.
References to the laws of these countries, please!
Re: Obtaining the status of the DVR. Difference from permanent residence.
And in the Czech Republic, on the basis of what law can you exchange the Bulgarian VMZH for the Czech residence permit?
This is what EU directive?
Re: Obtaining the status of the DVR. Difference from permanent residence.
The one that exists only in the imagination of the TS. And the real law provides in each of the EU countries a separate receipt of residence permit, according to the EU Council Directive for citizens of the so-called. & quot; Third & quot; countries.
T.K. DWR is the “EU-recognized status” having him and an invitation from the employer you can work outside the RB.
This is what EU directive?
The same, exists only in the imagination of the TS. And in reality, citizens of the so-called. & quot; Third & quot; countries must obtain a work permit in each of the EU countries. And the employer’s invitation does not give anything in this regard.
Apparently such a reason exists only in your imagination. Because Council Directive 2003/109 / EC of 25 November 2003 on the status of third-country nationals & quot; nothing about this does not report:
Member States may accept that a long-term resident applies for a residence permit to the competent authorities of another Member State still resident in the territory of the former Member States.
The second Member State may require the applicant to provide evidence that they have:
a) stable and regular resources sufficient to support themselves and their family members, without the social assistance of a member state. For each of the categories listed in the article. Paragraph 14.2 Member States shall evaluate these resources in terms of their nature and regularity, and may take into account the level of minimum wages and pensions;
(b) Health insurance covers all risks, in the second Member State it is usually covered for its citizens in the Member State. & quot;
“Do not shy, do not fret.” (popular wisdom).
Re: Obtaining the status of the DVR. Difference from permanent residence.
Here is the link to. site of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Czech Republic with the answer to the question of how long-term residents of the EU to obtain permission for long-term residence in the Czech Republic http://www.mvcr.cz/clanek/obcane-tretic. 09OQ% 3d% 3d.
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Re: Obtaining the status of the DVR. Difference from permanent residence.
Having a Bulgarian residence permit, residence permit, permanent residence in Schengen, you can enter only by visa.
With the move in the laws to find it did not work out where the details are written, but I’ll look for them.
Re: Obtaining the status of the DVR. Difference from permanent residence.
Member States may accept that a long-term resident applies for a residence permit to the competent authorities of another Member State still resident in the territory of the former Member States.
The second Member State may require the applicant to provide evidence that they have:
a) stable and regular resources sufficient to support themselves and their family members, without the social assistance of a member state. For each of the categories listed in the article. Paragraph 14.2 Member States shall evaluate these resources in terms of their nature and regularity, and may take into account the level of minimum wages and pensions;
(b) Health insurance covers all risks, in the second Member State it is usually covered for its citizens in the Member State. & quot;
Nobody talks about the replacement of one residence permit with another residence permit-this is obscure.
I once again want to note about Germany: the Law on the Residence of Foreigners in Germany: 16,18,19,20,21, 22-26, 28, 29,32,36, 37,38 paragraphs. And paragraphs 38a to which I refer. From this it follows that a simpler and less expensive way to legalize in the EU with the status of DVZH, than without it.
And about the EU Directives 2003/109 / EC of 25 November 2003:
You give a link that confirms my words and voobrozhenie (under the slipping stone water does not flow) and of course you need to confirm some moments of your being in the country of arrival, and not just put one piece of paper and demand another – this is not Romania’s photoshop.
Re: Obtaining the status of the DVR. Difference from permanent residence.
And get the DVJ isnt that simple?
To set a goal of obtaining DVZH, in order to make it easier to get a residence permit in another country, they are some kind of wild crutches. It is easier to grow to citizenship with permanent residence and then the roads will be much more direct and freer.
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Re: Obtaining the status of the DVR. Difference from permanent residence.
Re: Obtaining the status of the DVR. Difference from permanent residence.
establishing a Community Code on visas.
So it will be full citizenship. But how many people will lose time for acquiring the citizenship of the same Germany, if he goes the way you are talking about?
Re: Obtaining the status of the DVR. Difference from permanent residence.
Yes, but only if the conditions are met to obtain the DVZH, otherwise it will not be given.
Only 5 years and a person will receive the full rights of an EU citizen.
And with the Bulgarian DVZh: what it is, what it is not, there is not much difference in other EU countries.
In other words, to go by way of residence permit – permanent residence + DZHZ in Bulgaria for obtaining some preferences in other countries does not make any sense. But the way of residence permit-residence-citizenship makes sense, but for those who want to live in Bulgaria for several years.
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Re: Obtaining the status of the DVR. Difference from permanent residence.
Re: Obtaining the status of the DVR. Difference from permanent residence.
Yes, one condition, 10 months a year for 5 years.
This you mean by the origin. According to the Bulgarian roots, I can not say anything, but on the way, residence permit-permanent residence or DZHZ-citizenship = 10 years and no less.
Specifically, the representation for obtaining residence permit, when you pass the zero balance, you do not pay tax.
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Interestingly, in the Republic of Bashkortostan it is not necessary for the firm to bring profit and even income? Is it just enough of its formal existence?
Remain the cost of renting housing (72 months x EUR), plus some organizational expenses?
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