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Re: The all new "Where are you today?" thread
« Reply #54375 on: June 14, 2018, 08:01:22 AM »
At the "office". Phone conference later and then "lunch" with Nod.
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Re: The all new "Where are you today?" thread
« Reply #54376 on: June 15, 2018, 05:09:41 AM »
Going to the Immigration Department in Limassol (long story) then shopping in Lim, perhaps 'lunch' out...
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Re: The all new "Where are you today?" thread
« Reply #54377 on: June 15, 2018, 06:58:19 AM »
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Re: The all new "Where are you today?" thread
« Reply #54378 on: June 15, 2018, 07:13:57 AM »
They've finally caught up with him  noooo:
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Re: The all new "Where are you today?" thread
« Reply #54379 on: June 15, 2018, 09:37:32 AM »
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Re: The all new "Where are you today?" thread
« Reply #54380 on: June 15, 2018, 09:41:10 AM »
Did you leave a sick bucket next to LL's sickbed?
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Re: The all new "Where are you today?" thread
« Reply #54381 on: June 15, 2018, 09:43:49 AM »
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Long story, but you essentially have to apply for the right to reside here and prove you have enough squids and health insurance, etc.

We have jumped through various hoops and eventually ended up with a yellow form called a MEU1.

Unfortunately, post Brexit vote all the whinging expat remainers have made a big fuss about what will happen when we finally leave...

So there is another level, a yellow form called a MEU3 which gives you a permanent right to reside here. MEU1 didn't expire anyway so it was effectively the same thing...

ANyhoo, so many expats have done this now that it has become sort of de rigueur to have it. We made an appointment back in May and turned up today with loads of stuff (including five years of bank statements) to prove we have lived here permanently for at least five years and therefore qualify for the MEU3. Half an hour and 44 later we were done and our application sent off to Nicosia...

Unfortunately, MEU3 specifically refers to EU citizens so it is prolly all a waste of time anyway... ::)
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Re: The all new "Where are you today?" thread
« Reply #54382 on: June 15, 2018, 09:47:23 AM »
Did you leave a sick bucket next to LL's sickbed?

No, I took her on her sick bed...  whistle:
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Re: The all new "Where are you today?" thread
« Reply #54383 on: June 15, 2018, 10:37:56 AM »
rubschin: Popcorn:

Long story, but you essentially have to apply for the right to reside here and prove you have enough squids and health insurance, etc.

We have jumped through various hoops and eventually ended up with a yellow form called a MEU1.

Unfortunately, post Brexit vote all the whinging expat remainers have made a big fuss about what will happen when we finally leave...

So there is another level, a yellow form called a MEU3 which gives you a permanent right to reside here. MEU1 didn't expire anyway so it was effectively the same thing...

ANyhoo, so many expats have done this now that it has become sort of de rigueur to have it. We made an appointment back in May and turned up today with loads of stuff (including five years of bank statements) to prove we have lived here permanently for at least five years and therefore qualify for the MEU3. Half an hour and 44 later we were done and our application sent off to Nicosia...

Unfortunately, MEU3 specifically refers to EU citizens so it is prolly all a waste of time anyway... ::)
Or why not take Cypriot citizenship?  Im sure with a serious weekend of collapso youd pass the character test

44?  ouch
Well, whatever nevermind

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Re: The all new "Where are you today?" thread
« Reply #54384 on: June 15, 2018, 10:43:59 AM »
rubschin: Popcorn:

Long story, but you essentially have to apply for the right to reside here and prove you have enough squids and health insurance, etc.

We have jumped through various hoops and eventually ended up with a yellow form called a MEU1.

Unfortunately, post Brexit vote all the whinging expat remainers have made a big fuss about what will happen when we finally leave...

So there is another level, a yellow form called a MEU3 which gives you a permanent right to reside here. MEU1 didn't expire anyway so it was effectively the same thing...

ANyhoo, so many expats have done this now that it has become sort of de rigueur to have it. We made an appointment back in May and turned up today with loads of stuff (including five years of bank statements) to prove we have lived here permanently for at least five years and therefore qualify for the MEU3. Half an hour and 44 later we were done and our application sent off to Nicosia...

Unfortunately, MEU3 specifically refers to EU citizens so it is prolly all a waste of time anyway... ::)
Or why not take Cypriot citizenship?  Im sure with a serious weekend of collapso youd pass the character test

44?  ouch

We may get a passport - it should be easier with the MEU3. The process can take up to seven years! lol:
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Re: The all new "Where are you today?" thread
« Reply #54385 on: June 15, 2018, 10:45:59 AM »
rubschin: Popcorn:

Long story, but you essentially have to apply for the right to reside here and prove you have enough squids and health insurance, etc.

We have jumped through various hoops and eventually ended up with a yellow form called a MEU1.

Unfortunately, post Brexit vote all the whinging expat remainers have made a big fuss about what will happen when we finally leave...

So there is another level, a yellow form called a MEU3 which gives you a permanent right to reside here. MEU1 didn't expire anyway so it was effectively the same thing...

ANyhoo, so many expats have done this now that it has become sort of de rigueur to have it. We made an appointment back in May and turned up today with loads of stuff (including five years of bank statements) to prove we have lived here permanently for at least five years and therefore qualify for the MEU3. Half an hour and 44 later we were done and our application sent off to Nicosia...

Unfortunately, MEU3 specifically refers to EU citizens so it is prolly all a waste of time anyway... ::)
Or why not take Cypriot citizenship?  Im sure with a serious weekend of collapso youd pass the character test

44?  ouch

We may get a passport - it should be easier with the MEU3. The process can take up to seven years! lol:
Whatever anyone thinks of Brexit, this buggering about with resident ex pats in other countries is just wrong
Well, whatever nevermind

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Re: The all new "Where are you today?" thread
« Reply #54386 on: June 15, 2018, 10:52:51 AM »
rubschin: Popcorn:

Long story, but you essentially have to apply for the right to reside here and prove you have enough squids and health insurance, etc.

We have jumped through various hoops and eventually ended up with a yellow form called a MEU1.

Unfortunately, post Brexit vote all the whinging expat remainers have made a big fuss about what will happen when we finally leave...

So there is another level, a yellow form called a MEU3 which gives you a permanent right to reside here. MEU1 didn't expire anyway so it was effectively the same thing...

ANyhoo, so many expats have done this now that it has become sort of de rigueur to have it. We made an appointment back in May and turned up today with loads of stuff (including five years of bank statements) to prove we have lived here permanently for at least five years and therefore qualify for the MEU3. Half an hour and 44 later we were done and our application sent off to Nicosia...

Unfortunately, MEU3 specifically refers to EU citizens so it is prolly all a waste of time anyway... ::)
Or why not take Cypriot citizenship?  Im sure with a serious weekend of collapso youd pass the character test

44?  ouch

We may get a passport - it should be easier with the MEU3. The process can take up to seven years! lol:
Whatever anyone thinks of Brexit, this buggering about with resident ex pats in other countries is just wrong

That is the annoying thing... there is no buggering about here. There is already agreement that we can stay as we are.

The buggering about is wholly on the part of shrieking expat remoaners... ::)
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Re: The all new "Where are you today?" thread
« Reply #54387 on: June 15, 2018, 11:43:04 AM »
KAYE IS IN THE OFFICE   :sex023: :sex023: :sex023: :sex023: :sex023:
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Re: The all new "Where are you today?" thread
« Reply #54388 on: June 15, 2018, 04:07:55 PM »
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Re: The all new "Where are you today?" thread
« Reply #54389 on: June 15, 2018, 04:08:58 PM »
Then she left again a minute later  sad32:

She is astonishingly slim.
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