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Re: BREXIT

Posted: Wed Sep 11, 2019 4:33 pm
by truckyboy
Hi Banjo, long time replying..you have probably done it by now..lol..anyway, you need to find out where the immigration office is in Varna..then report there with your documents, unless you speak bulgarian take a translator..but it is a simple process..except for the language..thank god my wife is bulgarian..so i now have a long term citizen card after going through 2 x 5 yearly ones...btw its cheaper if your over a certain age..i think 65..good luck

Re: BREXIT

Posted: Thu Sep 12, 2019 1:47 pm
by banjo
Hi ya, yes I am proud to say that we have got our 5 year temp cards,we had a friend sort out the documents in Bulgarian. yes it was fairly easy. I do not know if people are aware that when the E.H.I.C. cards reach the end date then it will be private medical or the Bulgarian government scheme. All the best from Varna.

Re: BREXIT

Posted: Sat Sep 14, 2019 1:55 pm
by paul-alice
Got my long term bulgarian photo id card, and bulgarian driving licence, bulgarian health insurance so hopefully ready for Brexit.

Re: BREXIT

Posted: Sun Sep 29, 2019 2:08 pm
by truckyboy
Got my long term residency card..havnt bothered with driving licence yet..or an IDP..am waiting to see the outcome by 31st october.

Re: BREXIT

Posted: Tue Oct 01, 2019 11:44 am
by Mayhem
We changed the house in Bulgaria to private ownership from company ownership a few years ago, When and if Brexit happens will we have to go back to forming a new company to retain ownership of the house ?
Cheers Mayhem

Re: BREXIT

Posted: Fri Oct 04, 2019 7:36 pm
by mememe
Mayhem wrote:We changed the house in Bulgaria to private ownership from company ownership a few years ago, When and if Brexit happens will we have to go back to forming a new company to retain ownership of the house ?
Cheers Mayhem

There are many, many unknowns about what will happen here after BREXIT and I'm not aware of any specific official information being available about that particular subject.

But being somewhat of a pessimist, I've kept my house-owning company alive, just in case.

From the Bulgarian side, as posted here previously by ChrisF, this is about as much as we have so far :- https://www.mvr.bg/en/about-the-ministr ... out-brexit

Re: BREXIT

Posted: Sat Feb 01, 2020 3:12 pm
by truckyboy
None of this means anything, we have a transition period whereby all the rules we had yesterday, are still valid until December 2020

Re: BREXIT

Posted: Sat Feb 01, 2020 3:30 pm
by truckyboy
I find it amazing how many things are going to change..some people are saying we must change a driving licence to a bg one, i dont believe that for one minute, even though some have done it. We have until december 20 20 to make deals, or leave without one, but until then things remain the same.
There will be changes, but as we go through this year, we will be making the same deals we have now, or variations of them. I believe we will have the same D.L. the same EHIC, there wont be any visas needed, and if there is one, it will be a European one.the other deals will be about flying and landing etc, that will remain the same in my opinion or it will affect them too..so all in all..Happy Brexit Day. and stop worrying.