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Jean-Baptiste Trannoy
Name: Jean-Baptiste Trannoy
Expert in: Relationships
Title: Dating Coach
Personal Info: Jean-Baptiste is a French dating-lifestyle coach and has been living in Amsterdam since 2003. Originally from Paris, he studied political science and economics at University of Paris-Sorbonne and in Canada. He is a Business Graduate and studied Arts and Heritage at University of Maastricht in The Netherlands. He is also a qualified make-up artist and organises events in Amsterdam with the “Bon Esprit” collective.

Fascinated from an early age by the game of seduction, Jean-Baptiste became a noted dating and relationship columnist for in 2006. He was hailed as a “Master Seducer” by Le Journal Du Dimanche in 2008. He founded Blusher Seduction that same year to help single men and women to create the love-life they really want. Since then, he has been coaching single expats of various ages and nationalities through one-on-one workshops, masterclasses and seminars.
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I’m a single guy and just arrived in Luxembourg for an assignment. I have no idea of what Luxembourg people are like culturally and how I would go about striking up friendships with women. The people seem friendly enough - too friendly almost - and speak loads of languages and I cannot cut through the banter somehow.

Brit in Luxembourg

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Dear Michael,
is it possible to live in Luxembourgh as a single parent with two dependant children (4,9) if the salary offered brutto is 2300€? No other income on a way. Plus I will be expat. Thank you for your answer and any kind of suggestions. Dana
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Dear Mr. Robinson,
I am a Nepalese with Nepalese Citizenship. I am moving to Luxembourg after few month.
Actually, which visa will be helped for getting permanent residency card in Luxembourg ? i.e working visa will be helped or student visa please?

In fact, I may be betting working visa from Luxembourg. But I would like to change if student visa will be helping for getting residency card in Luxembourg pls. I would be highly appreciated if you could assist in this regard.
Read Answer by Alex
Dear Mr. Robinson,
I am moving to Luxembourg in the end of September. I am EU citizen working since one year in Brussels. Because I am moving my company would like me to work for them still from home, but for that I need to open self-employment in my new destination. My question is what should I do? I will be appreciate if you could help me.
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Dear Mr. Robinson. I am a Brazilian with luxembourg citizenship. I work with footwear design. Do you know if there are any footwear or fashion industry in Luxembourg? I have been searching but I can't find any. Thank you.
Read Answer by Flavia Rocha
Hello Ipek,
Me (non EU) and my boyfriend (EU) was in PACS (partnership) since Sep 2013. Since then, I have my non EU family member card and I started working. Now we decided to end our PACS last month and I do not know whether I will be able to stay and continue my job? I have applied for working permit to the ministry of foreign affair and they said that I need to submit my bank detail or any property certificate in Luxembourg that I have.
Thank you so much.
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