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  1. И чеки оплаты с перепиской (хотя бы выборочно), пожалуйста. После этого я не смогу ни удалить, ни закрыть данную тему. Все будет в рамках Правил форума.
  2. Стандартный размер. Фото именно такого размера предоставляют, когда оформляют загранник на малолетних детей, которых не могут сфотографировать в ГМСУ.
  3. Не стоит троллить на данном форуме. Это серьезное нарушение Правил форума.
  4. Очень хорошо, что Вы представили копию договора. Если Вас не затруднит, кроме Ваших слов, прошу Вас предоставить, то что я просил ранее, чтобы более объективно понимать ситуацию. Не воспринимайте, пожалуйста, мои просьбы как троллинг или попытку "играть в одни ворота", т.е. сугубо против Вас.
  5. Украинцам, не успевшим вернуться из Великобритании, продлят визы, - посольство Украинцы, которые не смогли вернуться в домой из Соединенного Королевства на фоне мер по противодействию COVID-19, и тем самым нарушили сроки британской визы, смогут обратиться за ее продлением. Об этом сообщает Цензор.НЕТ со ссылкой на пресс-службу посольства Украины в Великобритании. "Уважаемые граждане, которые не смогли вернуться в Украину из-за Covid-19, что повлекло нарушение сроков вашей британской визы. По достигнутой с Соединенным Королевством договоренности те, кто оказались в такой ситуации должны прислать имейл в Хоум Офис CIH@homeoffice.gov.uk и ваши визы будут продлены до 31 мая", - говорится в сообщении. Источник
  6. Украинцев не будут выпускать в туристические поездки за границу, – Кабмин Принятые решения – вынужденная мера для предотвращения распространения коронавируса Со вторника, 24 марта, гражданам Украины будет запрещено покидать пределы страны в туристических целях. Об этом в своем Telegram-канале написал премьер-министр Украины Денис Шмыгаль. Отмечается, что деятельность всех аэропортов, кроме Борисполя, будет прекращена. Это касается только пассажирских перевозок. Исключение составляют меры государственной необходимости по отдельным приказами соответствующих министерств. "Мы понимаем, что решение непопулярное и неудобное. Но мы видим, что темпы распространения коронавируса растут. Поэтому должны усиливать ограничительные меры", – написал Шмыгаль. Кроме того, министр инфраструктуры Владислав Криклий на своей странице в Facebook также написал, что Кабинет министров Украины с 12.00 24 марта запретил вылет пассажиров с целью туризма. "Только что приняли на Кабмине. С завтрашнего дня в Украине будет работать только Международный аэропорт "Борисполь". С 12.00 24 марта также будет запрещен вылет пассажиров в авиапутешествиях с целью туризма", – написал он. Криклий также подчеркнул, что принятые решения – вынужденная мера для предотвращения распространения коронавируса. Источник
  7. Найден Volvo, который проехал 1,6 миллиона километров! Компания Volvo рассказала о своей клиентке из Канады, которая 14 лет владела универсалом V70, проехав за это время больше миллиона миль (около 1,6 миллиона километров). Пресс-служба шведской марки сообщила, что за такое важное для компании достижение они вручили женщине памятные подарки. Однако о чем именно идет речь, представители бренда не рассказали. Обладательница автомобиля-миллионника купила его в салоне у дилера, чтобы вместе с мужем использовать универсал в нуждах благотворительной организации. Автомобиль регулярно обслуживали, благодаря чему удалось сохранить его в отличном состоянии. Источник
  8. К сожалению шансов у Вас нет. Если бы в Вашем СОР было написано, что мама/папа или оба родители немцы, то шансы были бы. Но, у Вас есть иной вариант. Если в СОР мамы написано, что ее мама была немкой, то мама может податься как поздняя переселенка (параграф 4), а Вы в ее анкете указаны как ребенок позднего переселенца (параграф 7), что тоже неплохо.
  9. Не стоит писать того, что потом послужит основанием для Вашей блокировке на данном иммиграционном сайте. Я читаю абсолютно все сообщения на данном сайте. Вы и еще один товарищ из Краснодарского края (как, впрочем и Вы) уже попали под мое пристальное внимание. Это так к слову.
  10. Самый больной вопрос именно в маме. Забрать ее к себе, даже при наличии прохождения за 3-4 года марафона будет очень сложно. Есть один вариант для такой задачи - США (т.к. только там можно забрать к себе родителей относительно недорого и относительно быстро), но и тут все очень очень сложно. Сложно по многим причинам. Беженство можно рассматривать, но маме будет ОЧЕНЬ сложно озвучивать историю преследования именно из-за возраста.
  11. Самая большая проблема для Вас будет - проблема с мамой. В этом направлении нужно будет очень сильно поработать. Поверьте. И не важно куда Вы собираетесь иммигрировать. Короче, нужно думать.
  12. IOM, UNHCR announce temporary suspension of resettlement travel for refugees As countries drastically reduce entry into their territories owing to the COVID-19 global health crisis, and restrictions around international air travel are introduced, travel arrangements for resettling refugees are currently subject to severe disruptions. Some States have also placed a hold on resettlement arrivals given their public health situation, which impacts on their capacity to receive newly resettled refugees. Refugee families are being directly impacted by these quickly evolving regulations in the course of their travel, with some experiencing extensive delays while others have been stranded or separated from family members. In addition, UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, and IOM, the International Organization for Migration, are concerned that international travel could increase the exposure of refugees to the virus. As a result, IOM and UNHCR are taking steps to suspend resettlement departures for refugees. This is a temporary measure that will be in place only for as long as it remains essential. As resettlement remains a life-saving tool for many refugees, UNHCR and IOM are appealing to States, and working in close coordination with them, to ensure that movements can continue for the most critical emergency cases wherever possible. The suspension will begin to take effect within the next few days as the two agencies attempt to bring those refugees who have already cleared all formalities to their intended destinations. Resettlement provides a vital lifeline for particularly vulnerable refugees, and IOM and UNHCR will continue their work in refugee-hosting countries, in collaboration with all relevant partners, to ensure that the processing of cases for resettlement continues. We will also remain in close contact with refugees themselves and all of the agencies that work to support the use of resettlement as a critical protection measure. Both agencies look forward to resuming full resettlement travel as soon as prudence and logistics permit. ENDS Media contacts: For UNHCR: In Geneva, Shabia Mantoo, mantoo@unhcr.org, +41793377650 For IOM: In Geneva, Paul Dillon, pdillon@iom.int, +41796369874 Источник
  13. Rejected student visa applicant says INZ has 'shameful' approach Immigration officials told a student they made mistakes in processing his application - but refused to refund him because his fees had been spent in reassessing its decision. Graduate Zaid Patel was twice turned down for a visa to study computing at Unitec. The first application took six months to process so he missed his course start date, and the grounds for rejection were suspicions that he was not a genuine student. "So we applied back again and after 15 days they just rejected the application without an interview," said his sponsor, his Auckland-based cousin Zaheer Patel. "They say that they're unable to prove the relation between me and my cousin," he said. "So finally I complained through the complaint process and also complained to the Ombudsman." In a letter to him, Immigration New Zealand accepted it made mistakes but refused to refund fees. "We refund fees only in the cases where there has been no work undertaken," it said. "In your case, an immigration officer had done substantial work in reassessing your application following the initial decline decision." By the time he received the letter, Patel had got a UK visa - in a fortnight - and started a masters degree in England with a scholarship, so had no need for a visa. The number of rejected student visa applications from India doubled last year to more than 5,000. Immigration advisers this week raised concerns that the use of data analytics and risk profiling could be affecting rejection rates in visa processing. Most people give up on lodging complaints as temporary visa decisions cannot be appealed, said Zaheer Patel. "Both student visa applications were rejected with 'There is no right of appeal or reconsideration against a decision on a temporary entry class visa application made outside of New Zealand.' "This is a biggest excuse INZ officers use in the shadow of immigration law to keep rejecting his visa applications," he added. "Both visa applications were poorly evaluated by INZ officers and it is kind of fraud from immigration in my view where an applicant can't go to the court or ask for review until he makes another application paying new fees." His cousin wrote to INZ: "I have been waiting for student visa for more than one year just to complete a one-year post graduate study at Unitec Auckland. "It's very shameful for New Zealand Immigration that genuine students don't get visa to study due to INZ assessment officer's hypothesis approach which is not based on paper-based evidences. "New Zealand has lost a genuine international student and there might be many similar genuine applications possibly rejected by INZ with similar poor assessments." Источник
  14. Coronavirus: What to do if you are a visa-holder stuck in Australia due to COVID-19 As nations around the world crack down on international travel and airlines slash overseas flights, the COVID-19 pandemic is likely to leave thousands of people stranded away from home. Among those caught in limbo due to changing travel bans are those visiting Australia on temporary visas. Director of True Blue Migration, Joy Hay, said there has been a flood of inquiries relating to visas in the last 48 hours but it remains to be seen how lenient Australia will be on visa holders who are unable to leave the country. Of particular concern, are those whose visas contain the No Further Stay clause included in most student and tourist visas. "We lodged quite a few applications to have those conditions waived but we're still waiting to see how generous they'll be in granting extensions or new short-term visas to allow people to stay," she said. The Federal Government has already made some quick changes to current visa provisions. For example, those on a student visa are now able to work longer hours if they work for supermarkets as opposed to being limited to their normal 40 hours per fortnight. Ms Hay said the changes are mutually beneficial in the current crisis and the consequences of forcing visa holders to leave could have dire effects on Australian industries and businesses. "Those who are applying for a third working holiday visa have to work six months on a rural farm and if denied that then that's a huge loss for Australia too, that's a whole group gone because thousands of people will no longer be available to work for Australian farmers who really need help right now," she said. "If you're trying to prop up industries that are struggling you need employees in key jobs." Under current legislation, visa-holders are able to apply for a new visa if they fulfill the conditions of "compassionate and compelling circumstances" preventing them to leave the country. Ms Hay said she is hopeful those who are now unable to travel due to the coronavirus outbreak will be able to seek relief under this legislation which has previously only been used in a handful of circumstances. Will there be any exceptions given the coronavirus situation? The Department of Home Affairs has not announced any specific relaxations or exceptions to the current visa requirements, however those applying for new visas or an extension to their current visa will have their circumstances taken into consideration. "Non-citizens seeking to extend their stay in Australia should review information on the Department's website and apply for another visa," a spokesperson from the Department of Home Affairs told Nine.com.au. "Any visa application will be assessed considering the COVID-19 enhanced border measures and an applicant's individual circumstances. Applications for a new visa should be made before their current visa expires." My visa has a 'No Further Stay' condition. What do I do? Many visas including tourist visas and student visas including a No Further Stay clause that prevents you from staying or extending your visa. Check your current visa conditions and if this is the case, you will have to apply to have this condition waived. But the government advises visa-holders not to do this if their visa still has more than two-months validity remaining. "If their current visa includes a 'No Further Stay' condition, they are unable to make a valid application for most other visas while they are in Australia. If they wish to remain in Australia beyond their visa's expiry date, a request to waive this condition must be made," government advice reads. I'm outside Australia and can't provide additional information for my visa due to lockdown requirements. What do I do? The government has advised that if you are in China and have been asked to provide further information for your visa application within 28 days and can't due to lock down and self-isolation measures, the government will automatically make an exception for you. "The Department is aware that some services in China are temporarily closed which affects applicants' ability to obtain biometrics, health and police clearances," they said in a statement on their website. "These applicants will be provided additional time to complete checks and provide requested information. You do not need to contact us to seek an extension of the timeframe while these services are unavailable." Источник
  15. UK/Schengen travel clarified There has been confusion following President Macron’s announcement yesterday of Schengen/EU border closures – as to whether the UK is included. To clarify: last night Foreign Affairs Minister Jean-Yves le Drian said the UK is considered as being within the EU/Schengen area, for purposes of the border closures. The UK is being treated as still being in the EU, as it is in the Brexit transition period. Mr Le Drian said: “The measure of closing the external borders concerns all countries outside the EU, the Schengen Zone and the UK.” Edward Llewellyn, the British ambassador to France, also said in a statement: “I wanted to reassure you that this will not apply to the UK. The Foreign Minister, Jean-Yves le Drian, Europe Minister Amélie de Montchalin and the Interior Minister, Christophe Castaner, have all made statements in public to that effect this evening.” It is unclear however whether people coming into France from the UK may be subject to checks on their health or questions about the reasons for travel, and we have asked the British Embassy and the French Foreign Affairs Ministry. An embassy spokeswoman said they are still seeking clarification on the details. The strict rules now in place for ordinary travel within France raise questions as to whether anyone should now be travelling for purely ‘leisure’ reasons, as opposed to for example work or a family emergency. European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen said yesterday: “We think that non-essential travel should be reduced right now, too, in order not to spread the virus further, be it within the European Union or by leaving the European Union, but also to avoid non-essential travel to not have more potential strain on our healthcare system.” The European Commission has put out border management advice to member states including proposing that all people crossing the Schengen Zone’s external borders should be subject to health checks and provided with access to healthcare if necessary. However it said entry could only be refused to non-resident third-country nationals who are infected or have been especially exposed to risk. They could also alternatively be placed in quarantine, the commission said. States within the Schengen Zone could also introduce internal (ie. for travellers within the zone) border checks if justified for by the situation in the country, the commission said. Источник
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