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Residence permit applications possible via online platform

Citizens of third countries will be able to submit their applications for residence permit through an online platform, the Greek Migration Ministry said on Friday. Modernizing the services to foreigners living and working in Greece, the Ministry also announced the digitization of appointments with authorities as well as the authenticity …

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German police smash traffickers’ ring using fake Greek visas for residence permit

German authorities allege that a number of Indian nationals sought residency in Germany using falsified Greek visas and fake marriage certificates claiming they had Romanian brides. The key suspect faces serious charges. Authorities allege that a number of Indian nationals sought residency in Germany using falsified Greek visas and fake …

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Homes worth up to €300K to be exempted from electronic foreclosure

Residences worth up to 300,000 euros will be exempted from electronic foreclosure actions that are expected to be launched soon. The exemption follows an agreement of the Justice Minister with the banks. According to a report by athensnewsagency, all residences valued at 300,000 euros or less will be exempted from …

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Electronic cards replace stickers as residence permits for third countries nationals

A new electronic card is gradually replacing a sticker as residence permit for nationals of third countries living in Greece, Migration Minister Yiannis Mouzalas said on Monday. The card resembles a bank card in size and includes identification information and biometric data including a photograph, fingerprints and the migrant’s signature. …

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PM May unveils proposals for EU citizens in UK after Brexit

About three million EU citizens living in the UK would be allowed to stay after Brexit, Theresa May has proposed at the European Union Summit on Thursday.  A new “UK settled status” would grant EU migrants who had lived in the UK for five years rights to stay and access …

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