Category Archives: Migration law

A company that will get for any non-EU national European residency for as quick as three months. Very neat! See the residency application contacts. The information is very useful and they have regularly updated residency news blog. Read more solicitor advice here:No Related Topics

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We are pleased to announce that as of June 2010, MHlegal will have an office in Varna, Bulgaria. This will ensure easier access to our legal services for the clients residing in Varna and the area around Varna. The contacts will be announced at the day of the official opening. Read more solicitor advice here:No […]

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Happy new year to all readers of this blog. I will do my best to inform you of the latest trends and legal changes in the Bulgarian legislation. As a lawyer, I will try to give you best advice for your particular case. Read more solicitor advice here:No Related Topics

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If you are a freelancer (writer, programmer etc.) Bulgaria is an attractive place to do your job. Pursuant to the Employment Encouragement Act, being a “freelancer” means that you both: don’t work for an employer and you are working in your capacity of a person (not through your company). Then what type of agreement you […]

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The Bulgarian Migration Directorate misapplies the Directive 2004/38/EC of the European Parliament. The Directive regulates the regime of free movement of EU citizens and members of their families. The particular rule that has been misapplied is that the citizens of EU member states are under the same regime as the members of their family in […]

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Every citizen of an EU member state who wants to stay more than three months in Bulgaria has to notify the Migration Directorate for that stay. The latter issues a long-term residence certificate (“the Certificate”) and an Unique Citizen Number (“UCN”) is assigned to the foreigner. Prior to Bulgaria’s accession to EU, ID cards were […]

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