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Can I bring fish products from Indonesia to Germany?

Yes, travellers to the EU can bring in up to 20 kilograms of fish products. Cooked potato (kentang) products are also OK. Your friend will definitely want to put the sambal in checked luggage. If ...
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Is EU Blue Card visa actually a residence permit, and compatible with my work contract?

The other answers get lost in the details at the risk of confusing the issue further when it's actually quite simple. What this clause does is simply making the start date contingent on having ...
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Is EU Blue Card visa actually a residence permit, and compatible with my work contract?

Is it true that the visa I have been issued is an EU Blue Card, and hence also works as a residence permit? Yes. Aufenthaltstitel is a generic term for any kind/type of residence permit (of which a ...
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Is EU Blue Card visa actually a residence permit, and compatible with my work contract?

Is it true that the visa I have been issued is an EU Blue Card, and hence also works as a residence permit? In Germany, it seems not to be an EU Blue Card out right (national (D) visas and residence ...
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Travel for a short duration in the Schengen area with a residence permit and an expired passport

I have a residence permit (not an ID card, but a one-year residence permit) from Belgium, This answer assumes that the residence permit has not expired. Is there any way I could obtain a visa or ...
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