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basheer



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27/12/2008 14:36

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I purchased a villa in Lapta last june08 and happy to uae the villa as a holiday home,my daughter on the otherhand enjoys living in North Cyprus and has spent most the last 6 months in lapta,the villa is in my wife and my name,Can my daughter apply for temporary residence permit and carry on residing there more than the 3 months limit allows bearing in mind she does not own the property in her name,can she as a family member do so.In future she would like to buy and run a small business,any help also in this matter would be most welcome.My wife parents were born in cyprus (Lanaca)and immigrated to Uk after the war

and wonder if that would be of any help in pursuing a gimli card thank hope for a reply Basheer



come_on_aylin


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27/12/2008 16:42

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The simple answer is yes. Best to go to the Police Station and explain the situation. At worst, they will require a statement stating the relationship between you and her, the Police will write a note of what is required. You take that with your passports to a Notar and he will sort out the necessary paperwork. Downside is that you will need to be present.



joandjelly


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27/12/2008 17:01

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Another way might be to draw up a simple rental contract for a nominal amount between yourselves and your daughter. This will then enable her to apply for temporary residency.



come_on_aylin


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27/12/2008 18:50

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Remember that you will have to get a rental agreement registered at the tax office - the Police won't accept it unstamped. However, it only costs 0.5% of rental income.



Hector


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27/12/2008 18:56

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and remember the 10% monthly tax on the rental that HAS to be paid



basheer



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29/12/2008 15:08

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thanks so much i will give this a thought,i hear she may also need to provide a proof of support means to a tune of 6000

is it simple to run a business from home selling hair products from the UK to salons in town or is a permit is required with a partner of local status thanks



fire starter


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Message Posted:
30/12/2008 15:12

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basher

i think you should go down the road of getting her a kimlik card.

this will be a great help for anything she wants to do here.

i have enland born tc friends, their older kids have kimlik cards.



negativenick


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31/12/2008 06:00

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why doesn't she go shopping to the south every couple of months - they issue you with a 90 day visa every time you return to the north.



There, residency problems solved.





Nick



deecyprus4


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Message Posted:
31/12/2008 06:37

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my sentiments exactly



Chaz4566


Joined: 31/12/2008
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31/12/2008 07:12

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we are applying for our residency next week. are we better to just go over the border? apreciate your advice.



Chaz



biker-babe


Joined: 30/12/2008
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31/12/2008 07:12

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sorry to sound like a dumb blond but i thought if you lived here you needed to get a residence permit. is it true that all we need to do is to go over to the greek side every few months ? Suzie



deecyprus4


Joined: 27/07/2008
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Message Posted:
31/12/2008 07:27

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alot do and never had a prob



deecyprus4


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Message Posted:
31/12/2008 07:38

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If you live here full time then it is advisable to get a permit, If you don't it's not necessary.



Dee



BTW kevin and I both post under the same ID, I say this because otherwise it can be confusing



negativenick


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31/12/2008 10:30

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Dee - who's this "Kevin" bloke - i thought you were single ??





Nick



basheer



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31/12/2008 14:56

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thanks nick she's been down to Nicosia nearly every week,if thats the case then

the penalty per day won't scare me are you sure there is no come back later



deecyprus4


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31/12/2008 14:58

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I dunno nick, he followed me home one night so I let him stay



brian24001


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31/12/2008 15:04

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I may be wrong, but the problem may come if she arrives via Ercan, trips to the South and keeps getting 90 day visa, but later on leaves via Ercan as they may work on the 'in and out' through the airport.

Not sure how people have got on arriving via Ercan but leaving later via Larnaca, and re- arriving at Ercan months later?

As for msg 6 - I think you will find that the residence application process looks for a little more than 6k



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