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In the strictest sense: Yes, that works1. (But you should be well-prepared for a discussion with the police, just in case) Since you mention going to Freiburg, we're talking specifically about Germany, and the relevant applicable laws are §20 FZV and §3/13 KraftStG. The first one states that it is legal to temporarily use a foreign car with a valid ...


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Yes, he can travel with you to Italy, but if he is not a national of a visa-exempt country, he needs a visa. The Italian consulate must grant the visa unless your husband's visit would be a threat to public safety or health, or against public policy. The visa is free of charge and the application must be considered by an "expedited" procedure.


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It seems that you have a document according to § 81 Abs. 4 AufenthG (Fortgeltungsfiktion) If a foreigner applies for an extension of his or her residence title or for a different residence title before his or her current residence title expires, the current residence title shall be deemed to remain in force from the time of its expiry until the time of ...


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You can travel visa-free only if you have a "residence card of a family member of a union citizen" issued under article 10 of the free movement directive (or if you are a citizen of a country whose nationals don't require visas in the Schengen area). A residence card issued by Romania to the spouse of a Romanian citizen is not necessarily an article 10 ...


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It depends, but most likely it is a very bad idea. First of all you have to realize that there is no "refugee status in the EU". Instead, you have been given the refugee status by some specific country (which itself is a member of the European Union). Many laws regarding refugees are defined by national laws and on top of that are some EU laws (especially ...


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In another document, http://reizen-en-recreatie.infonu.nl/diversen/60730-douane-nederland-aangifte-doen.html , it says, emphasis mine: In de artikelen Douanebepalingen Nederland en Douanebepalingen Nederland, bijzondere goederen staat precies beschreven wat u Nederland mee in mag nemen zonder aangifte te hoeven doen. Or in English, The articles ...


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The definition of a convention refugee: owing to a well-founded fear of being persecuted for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group or political opinion, is outside the country of his nationality, and is unable to or, owing to such fear, is unwilling to avail himself of the protection of that country or return ...


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I'd be very careful and seek legal advice before doing this, perhaps from a local organization that assists refugees. In Canada, seeking protection, even just a new passport, from the country a refugee has fled can be cause to lose refugee protection. I haven't been able to find a definitive source that indicates the same applies in Europe (and it may depend ...



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