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moroni
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We are saying the same
After 5 years of residence you can get the Long-Term Residence in the EU, which is different of the Country Permanent Residence.
The country is free to ask the requirements they want to grant the Permanent Residence, but they must give you the Long-Term Residence after 5 years, it's not the same permit and you must ask for the LT!
The key in the quote wasn't "can" or "will", but "if you request it".
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18-02-12, 10:17 AM

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We are saying the same
After 5 years of residence you can get the Long-Term Residence in the EU, which is different of the Country Permanent Residence.
The country is free to ask the requirements they want to grant the Permanent Residence, but they must give you the Long-Term Residence after 5 years, it's not the same permit and you must ask for the LT!
The key in the quote wasn't "can" or "will", but "if you request it".



sorry, i was looking at your post, where you capitalised "may" in relation to something else - but that eu directive does say the countries are required to - not sure how much leeway it gives w/ regard to defining the conditions though - i don't think there is as much as herr okamura thinks there may be ...

hmmm just ran across this related case (concerning the netherlands and their imposition of high fees for third-country residents) - http://www.migrationnewssheet.eu/ne...sidence-permits

if that is indeed in case law now, then herr okamura's one million crown fee is also just a pipedream
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18-02-12, 10:41 AM

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Sure, 70% of Non Eu country citizens will leave CZ in next 3 years
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09-03-12, 09:00 PM

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no frigging wayyyy????? there is NO way in hell (in the EU) the czech state would get away with such racist manifesto/ laws! I dont think czech people are racist (most arent Id hope) so they would never support this. also the EU is watching!!! and WILL protect human rights if and when they are being abused!

Its CRIMINALS that need to be locked up/ deported etc. immigrants are just people like everybody else, WAKE UP , its the 21st century, migration in western countries is completely natural these days! jeez... and i cant believe okamura would be the one behind it (i thought he was the good guy (dont know who the other nazi - i mean, person is.
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14-03-12, 08:07 PM

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I dont think czech people are racist (most arent Id hope)


I am not sure if you are trying to make a joke, or are just naive?
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14-03-12, 09:48 PM

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Of course that Czechs are not xenofobs nor racists you stinking foreigner!
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14-03-12, 09:56 PM

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depends on a) their level of education b) age c) ethnic background

source: my experience
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14-03-12, 10:31 PM

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