Can you register for a residency permit in Portugal after Brexit? Brexit is a done deal by now. But you didn´t apply for the European residency permit before the 31st December 2020. What can you do?
When getting injured or finding one of your loved ones suffering an extreme loss due to someone’s negligence, the situation can feel a bit daunting and hopeless. Even when trying to gain your right by taking legal actions, the process can feel too difficult. However, this is far from the truth as every wrong can be righted by hiring a trustworthy and experienced lawyer.
The UK Government has written to 365,000 UK Nationals living in Europe with advice on the actions they need to take to prepare for the end of the UK transition period on 31 December. This includes around 12,000 of these letters issued in Portugal.
Driving license Exchange, how and when to apply, the process, the documents needed and more.
Cases of domestic violence are common, and in the past few years, have been on a frightening rise. The result is often a severe effect on the physical and mental wellbeing of the victim. However, the good news is that laws are designed to protect the victims of physical or psychological abuse in different states.
In 2018 the Portuguese government launched a new citizenship card for registered foreigners in Portugal, as part of the 'Simplex + 2018' programme. The aim was to streamline administration of all foreign citizens and reduce much of the country's bureaucracy. Instead of the current 'residency card', by the end of 2019, all foreign nationals living in Portugal were to have a valid Citizen's Card (Cartão do Cidadão).
People take loans to meet different financial needs such as debt consolidation, paying medical bills, and improving a business. These loans are usually accompanied by collateral, which can be forfeited if they cannot repay the loan. Sadly, some borrowers end up facing worse circumstances like loss of a job, overextended credits, substantial medical bills, or marriage issues, which affect their ability to pay the borrowed funds. To protect their property and get their debts discharged, most borrowers file for bankruptcy proceedings. However, bankruptcy is a stressful process that needs careful considerations. And many times, it requires the help of experts.
Not everyone wants to spend too much money on a brand new car and hence turns to buy an already used car. This can be a great idea since, if you are careful and smart about it, you can find a pretty sweet deal. But that being said, if you don’t do a background check, you could find yourself in a situation where the car you bought wasn’t worth what you’ve paid at all. So, to prevent that from happening, in this article, we are going to explain how to do a thorough background check.
- Portuguese citizenship via residence – Part 2
- Portuguese citizenship via residence – Part 1
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