rodz wrote:As I am the only English in my village (great) they seem to be having some trouble. Not because of me but because of the census. The census is for residensial houses not businesses. As all houses bought by people from other countries (cant spell Foriengers) am I to be included in the census. I have explained why Im a business and have downloaded the English version so now I what for them to sort it out. The other problem my house does not have a number
seathrift wrote:Reading this form and that form is all too much trouble for me. I shall just wait till they knock at the door and solve any problems that may arise when they happen.
Inge wrote:We had a rather unpleasant experience in VT yesterday and it looks like it is continuing today. An elderly couple turned up on our doorstep showing us their lichna carta but not any indication of who they represented. They could not speak English so I phoned my translator who after explaining who she was the couple refused to speak to her but asked repeatedly to be let in to speak to a person unknown to us. They were extremely rude
Today, the person they wanted turned up and told us these people represented the census but he had not seen any ID to that effect from them either, and that they wanted to come in and look at the house and check how many rooms we had, our square meterage and our heating system etc. This does not seem like a regular census to me and I didnt let the people in.
Anybody got any suggestions. Does it look like we are in for a fine?
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