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Re: BREXIT

Postby truckyboy » Sun Jan 20, 2019 2:20 pm

Another scare tactic is that we will need a green card insurance just like before..along with an IDP driving permit, but all this depends on leaving with no deal, if we get a deal, then its just as it was.

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Postby ChrisF » Tue Jan 29, 2019 2:25 pm

The latest update from the UK government on Living in Bulgaria/Brexit -

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/living-in-b ... =immediate

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Postby paul-alice » Wed Jan 30, 2019 8:56 am

Swapped my uk driving licence for a bg one, got bg health insurance and long term residency so hopefully i shall be ok

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Postby ChrisF » Wed Jan 30, 2019 3:51 pm

Apparently there is updated information in the visa and residency section of this bulletin which I have just received

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/living-in-b ... =immediate

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Postby ChrisF » Wed Jan 30, 2019 4:48 pm

And some more essential info -

Information on the rights of UK nationals travelling in the European Union, European Economic Area (EEA) and European Free Trade Area (EFTA), and Switzerland.

4:36pm, 30 January 2019: EU Exit update – added visa and border arrangements information


https://www.gov.uk/guidance/uk-national ... =immediate

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Postby banjo » Fri Feb 01, 2019 12:09 pm

Just purchased from our local coop and new in, 2 bottles of Bulgarian wine. from the Thracian Valley sauvignon blank and a merlot the name on the bottle is silver mine I was told that the coop has just started importing from Bulgaria. This is good news and just having a taste is making me feel home sick for BG lets hope that Brexit does not change this cheers.

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Postby ChrisF » Sat Feb 02, 2019 4:48 pm

FROM TODAY'S NOVINITE -
The Bulgarian government has approved a plan on the possible scenarios of the UK leaving the EU, Foreign Minister and Deputy Prime Minister for Judicial Reform Ekaterina Zaharieva told reporters at Parliament, Focus News Agency reports.
"All member states are working towards a Brexit deal but we have to be ready for a no-deal option anyway. Today the Bulgarian government has approved a decision of the Council of Ministers as a two-part plan – one on applying a deal, and the other on a no-deal Brexit. The aim is to minimise as much as we can the negative consequences in all spheres,” Minister Zaharieva said. “Regarding EU citizens and Bulgarian citizens, the UK government has promised that those living in the UK by 29 March will retain their rights. Today, the Bulgarian government has committed to allowing UK citizens, about 7,000 people, living in Bulgaria to live and feel good here by a really easy and simple registration procedure,” Minister Zaharieva explained.

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Postby varnagirl » Sun Feb 03, 2019 8:56 am

thanks for all the updates ChrisF

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Postby gashead » Sun Feb 03, 2019 11:10 am

Thats good news by living there (in BG) does this mean domiciled as at 29 March in BG or simply owning a property. We ourselves are in a real qunandry, at present we are back in UK and domiciled here for tax purposes. We have owned a property in BG since 2003 (pre EU days) which we still have. When we left BG in 2015 we returned to UK but costs were so extreme that to remain here would have seen us use all of our Capital and savings on renting and living (at 60 and with no job a mortgage was a no go) £850 mnth rent plus all normal costs rates etc. Only reason we returned to UK was birth of our first and so far only Grandchild. Anyway after just over 3 years we decided that we wanted to be in the UK but it was cost prohibitive (at that time) so rather than return to Bg we brought small place in Brittany (France) so we could be near to Devon were our Grandchild lives. Easy access Roscoff to Plymouth for Ferry or Rennes to Exeter by Fly Be. Anyway all was well until last July when due to a Family member being ill we were forced back to UK so Judith could care for her Father aged 85. This is ongoing and not what we ever envisaged. But we have place in Balchik BG and now a place in France under proposed rules it appears that we will be able to spend (provided we are able with Judes caring activities) to spend 90 days out of each 180 in BG and France. On the otherhand if it was proposed by BG that we could live in BG full time under there proposal this would suit us better.

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Re: BREXIT

Postby ChrisF » Wed Feb 06, 2019 12:31 pm

Family law disputes involving EU after Brexit

What to do if you are involved in a family law dispute (including divorce and child maintenance) with someone living in the EU after Brexit.

11:42am, 6 February 2019: First published.

https://www.gov.uk/government/publicati ... =immediate


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