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The Laws Are Failing Expats with Children

You had better think about them!Photo from Wikimedia Commons Recently I've been looking into acquiring the French Blue Card. This seems strange as my wife is French and I can... Read more

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Germany Blue Card: It's Now Much Easier to Move to Germany

Photo by R/DV/RS The German Blue Card has been approved! The end of that article states that the upper chamber of German parliament, the Bundesrat, must still approve the law, ... Read more

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    The 21 May 2012 by   Ovid
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    The 15 May 2012 by   Monkeys And Mountains Adventure
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    The 24 May 2012 by   Monkeys And Mountains Adventure
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    The 29 May 2012 by   Monkeys And Mountains Adventure
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  • Germany Blue Card: It's Now Much Easier to Move to Germany

    Germany Blue Card: It's Much Easier Move

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    The 25 May 2012 by   Ovid
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    The 08 May 2012 by   Monkeys And Mountains Adventure
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    The 10 May 2012 by   Monkeys And Mountains Adventure
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    The 20 May 2012 by   Sedulia
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    The 31 May 2012 by   Jackscott
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