Latest questions answered by Mindful Mimi:
Read Answer by Oran on 18/05/2010
Dear Mindful Mimi,
I'll be starting a year-long contract at the European Court of Justice from the 1st July. I'd like to know which areas I should be looking in for a 1-bedroom apartment. I also want to avoid agency fees if possible - do you have any advice?
Read Answer by EditorLU on 14/04/2010
Dear Mindful Mimi,
I want to find friends who aren’t mothers and who like to travel and laugh. I would also like to find some locals who will speak French with me. I sometimes feel everyone here speaks to me because they want to practise their English with me instead of having a proper conversation with me. Please advise me!
[posted on behalf of] Claire
Read Answer by NatDoes a UK citizen need a residency permit to live in Luxembourg?
Read Answer by ArdaHi. I leaved in lux between 2005 and 2008 for 3 yrs. I understand from internet that for citizenship, I need to live 7 consequtive years. However, the following link makes me confused.
So my question is; is there an intention to change on citizenship conditions and that 3 years work is counted for citizenship years?
Thanks a lot
Read Answer by lejla mujkanovicMy husband and I are US CITIZEN , and we would like to move to live and work in Luxembourg.What are the steps to have work permit and stay permit? Can we stay and work there?
Read Answer by michaelhello,is it possible for an african citizen to get a ciizenship in luxembourg?
Read Answer by Ahmed Al NomanGreetings, i am I raqi passport holder, qualified with Master MBA and PhD in Human resources, residence in UAE for more than 15 yrs. runing freezone entity i would like to relocate to Luxembourg, by starting with minum requird amount either to Investment in Property or other kind of entrepunership kind regards
Since 2008, the work permit and the residence permit (for third country national workers) have been merged into a single permit, the Autorisation de séjour. Since 2009, dual or multiple citizenship has been permitted.
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