About a Resident Permit
A residence permit also known as residency permit is a document or card which is required in some areas, allowing a foreign national to reside in a country for a fixed or indefinite length of time. These may
be permits for temporary residency or permanent residency. The exact rules vary between regions.
Many people always ask these questions if they can have a dual resident permit? Can a person be a resident of two countries?
The dual residence comes as a result of you being for tax purposes in more than one country at the same time. This is known as dual residence. If you are a resident in the UK and another country, you have to look at the double taxation agreement between the two countries to find out where you should pay tax. We bring all this information to you so as to let you know the purpose of what you are going in for and
to give you a clear explanation because your satisfaction is what we deserve, merit, or it is a justification for the good we produce.
United States permanent residency, informally known as a green card, is the immigration status of a person authorized to live and work in the United States of America permanently. With our agent at the
immigration service we produce the green card in less than no time fast shipping and discreet packaging for more information contact us through call or Text.
What is a resident visa?
A foreign citizen seeking to immigrate generally must be sponsored by a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident immediate relative(s), or prospective U.S. employer, and have an approved petition before
applying for an immigrant visa.
In Italy the residence permit (permesso di soggiorno) is released by the state police (Polizia di Stato); it must be requested by the immigrant to be allowed to reside in the country for more than eight days, or
more than ninety days if having a travel visa (visto d’ingresso) for tourism. It is not required for European citizens.
Permanent residency in Singapore is the second most privileged immigration status in Singapore, second only to Singapore citizenship. Singapore Permanent Residents (PRs) have most of the rights, privileges, obligations, and responsibilities that citizens do, including National Service obligations (waived for most adult applicants but not for their male children) and compulsory Singapore Central Provident Fund contributions. Notable exceptions include the right to vote and to hold public office in Singapore, more limited public benefits such as medical and housing benefits, and lower school placement priority than
Singapore PRs are permitted to live, work, study, and retire in Singapore without any time limit. However, PRs are subject to Re-Entry Permit (REP) requirements if they wish to leave Singapore for any length of
time for any reason. If a PR leaves Singapore without a valid REP, or if a PR is outside Singapore when his/her REP expires, that individual’s PR status automatically and, with rare exceptions, irrevocably ends.
Singapore’s Immigration and Checkpoints Authority (ICA) generally renews REPs for 5 years, subject to PRs demonstrating some actual residence, and economic or other relevant activity, in Singapore.
PRs can apply for citizenship two years after being granted PR status.