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It is first of all not quite clear what you are asking about, but no matter how we guess or interpret the details, the answer is no. Germany has not been issuing work permits since 2004, so what you have (and call a work permit) must be a residence permit. Residence permits may or may not allow the holder to work. If you already have a residence permit, ...


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There would be no point in issuing a short-stay Schengen visa as long as you have a valid national type D visa from Germany, because the type D visa already allows you to do everything a short-stay visa would allow you to do, including a short visit to Finland. The Finnish consulate apparently has rules not to issue visas that would be pointless. (We haven'...


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Depending on the type of application, it can take months for processing. Right now, the Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation is showing Current Processing Dates for Employment Permits: As of the 16 July we are processing applications received on the following dates for the specific types of applications: Trusted Partner: 5 June 2018 ...


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