Namu

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  1. Germany and non EU dual citizenship

    Yes, you could try this. It might be possible but will be difficult. I would not decide to give up a citizenship on this kind of plan though. Too many variables.
  2. Landlord not paying back deposit

      Has nothing to do with foreigners. Happens to Germans too.
  3. What does the Mietvertrag and Hausordnung say?    
  4. Brexit: The fallout

      Isn't that what the UK has done along?   However, doing that now after it is clear that the UK is leaving the EU I can see that this could seriously damage the relationship between the UK and the EU. It could be viewed as the UK being the enemy from within. I would really advise the UK NOT to do that but to treat the democratc process of foreign countries with the respect they deserve. Which would mean for the UK to shut up to not attend meetings and to influence any decision.    
  5. Berlin foodies, have your say!

    I like Feinbäckerei in Schöneberg. Schwäbisches Essen:   http://www.feinbaeck.de/  
  6. Maybe. But to expect the EU to assign so much importance to soon to be Non- EU foreigners is a bit much too. The EUdoesn't find a common solution for people from Bangladesh either.    There are much more important topics to the EU than Brexit or UK citizens. It is about time we focus on them. I as a EU citizen want that. I hope the UK will be out of the EU in April. It's time.
  7. Cologne Brexit Meeting - Wed 13th Feb

      German citizens in the UK feel also very insecure. 
  8.   If he wrote a - hopefully detailed -Angebot and actually started working you have a written contract.
  9. Brexit: The fallout

    Can somebody please tell me how I can get rid of those older quotes on a cell phone? 🤔
  10. Brexit: The fallout

        My grandfather was born in the Kaiserreich, lived through ww1, than came the Weimarer Republik , then ww2 and after being bombed out of the home he had to move to the countryside and live in the house of another family. Then finally came the time of stability, democracy and Wirtschaftswunder. He died in the late 70ties. My grandmother was a lot younger. She didn't experience the Kaiserreich but the reunification instead. Anyhow enough for a lifetime.
  11.   Is it really drier in Germany? Always thought that there is not much difference between the UK and Germany in the amount of rainfall .
  12. Brexit: The fallout

      Do you think that predicting that Germany will be worse off is not scaremongering?What would you call your post with regards to the doom and gloom future of Germany?
  13. Brexit: The fallout

      Just want to respond to Krieg. Sorry don't know how to get rid of the other quotes.   Yes, Turkey wants to join the EU FTAs because it could never get them on their own. However, a customs union does not include freedom of movement. I am fairly sure about that. Unless the EU is being mean to the UK.
  14. Brexit: The fallout

    So you don't want to call Switzerland, Ireland and Denmark a dictorship but stupid? It is a step forward I have to say :)
  15. Brexit: The fallout

    Are you sure that is correct? Turkey is in a customs union with the EU but has no FOM. I think the red line that needs to be crossed in this case is the desire of the UK to negotiate its own FTAs