AdHa

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  1.   She should ignore it. The Rathaus is not the competent authority - the Ausländerbehörde is.
  2. Looks like someone in the Ausländerbehörde is being incompetent. They're probably thinking about clause 1 below which does not seem to apply as the person in question has 1 British and 1 German parent. Def escalate to that case officer's boss.    
  3. Berlin to get a Tesla Gigafactory

      Zoning makes it cheaper to buy there - then if you protest and keep companies away you've got yourself a cheaper plot in a nice area surrounded by trees (instead of warehouses or assembly plants).
  4. Brexit: The fallout

    This. F******. Moron. https://www.indy100.com/article/brexit-travel-europe-queue-immigration-passport-9335496
  5. Can I file for 2019 taxes before 2018

    Assuming you're a regular employee, you can wait until you've got your 2019 docs complete and then submit 2018+2019 together.
  6.   Probably worth going to your Ausländerbehörde and informing them so that they have the info that you're registered as an Irish citizen (therefore still EU).
  7. very late obligatory tax return (no reminder from FA)

    None. You're still OK to submit 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 this year. You could do it yourself but it may be worth getting a Steuerberater to advise and submit for you.
  8. Brexit: The fallout

      I have a love-hate relationship with videos like this. I'm attracted to them but at the same time I'm repulsed by them. And the repeated banging of my head against the desk is not helping.
  9.   Ref Birth Cert translation - sounds typical for BaWü. Did not need to do it in S-H. The original UK Birth Cert was accepted no probs. Ref Aufenthaltserlaubnis - that's bollocks. It was replaced in 2004 with the Freizügigkeitsbescheinigung for EU citizens and that was then dumped in January 2013. Since then you only have to have a valid UK passport to live here (along with the other conditions of working or are supported etc) and just like every other German you need to register at your local Rathaus/BürgeramtBürgerbüro that you live at your address (anmelden) which gives you a Meldebescheinigung - they will probably want the erweiterte Meldebescheinigung for your application.
  10.   The are not looking for a CV for a job. They want you to list out where you were and what you were doing so they can also check the consistency of your story, find any gaps where you may be trying to hide something and do background checks.if they think it's necessary.
  11.   Tesla stock price is being driven by speculative fever: you could double your money or halve it in a short space of time. It's a trade for people with deep pockets. In hindsight, the time to get into Tesla was a couple of years ago, after he stepped down and  paid his SEC fine and there was still plenty of room on the upside but comparing the fundamentals now the downside risk looks far too large - at least imho.
  12. Brexit: The fallout

      I don't honestly think the UK will ever get back into the EU; certainly not in our lifetimes. Every EU member country would have to approve - can you imagine Spain and others not placing a ton of conditions on the UK that it could never agree to? Not going to happen.
  13.   When a car-making company, which has never made an annual profit, reaches a stock market value greater than any other auto manufacturer bar Toyota you know something's seriously wrong. It's been a long run and I don't know when it will come but a market correction is surely on the cards for the near future.
  14. A gift to a doctor

      No, it's not appropriate to give anything except a "Thank You." (assuming all goes well)