Discrimination will always be a vital concern on a global scale. This “division” can be a religious, cultural, or racial factor as well as a matter of citizenship. Unacceptable discrimination towards Bulgarian family members The latter is the exact issue that the young family of Gergana and Akil we’re well
Recently we had an enquiry from a prospective Bulgarian client living in another EU member state. The client is married to a non-EU citizen, whose immigration documents are in order (in the other EU members state). The Bulgarian client wanted to obtain for her husband Bulgarian residence permit (id card)
Citizens of non-EU countries, citizens of EU countries and members of their families. Who needs visa D? This article deals with the legal status of foreigners who are not citizens of EU countries (we emphasize on the conditions for obtaining visa D by a foreigner). EU citizens and their family
Today’s question: What will happen with my immigration status in Bulgaria if I divorce? Will I loose my residence card (will it be cancelled)? Will I get deported? Obviously, the answer to the question is of importance to those of you who have obtained Bulgarian residency permit through a marriage
When a third-country national is actually (de facto) cohabiting with an EU citizen, this person is entitled to a number of rights. These rights are derived from the rights of the EU citizen. Probably the most important right is the right to free movement. The de facto relationship (cohabitation), according
The mission is possible, but only after the professional intervention of the team of lawyer Hristo Vasilev from Posolstvo.eu! The problem in short or how an Indian fairy-tale turned into a court saga in Bulgaria… An Indian guy meets Bulgarian girl and after years of friendship, they fall in love.
Given the new migration realities, more and more women and girls, representatives of vulnerable communities, are becoming potential and / or actual victims of trafficking in persons for the purpose of forced marriage (regardless of their consent) with a third-country nationals. Since 2015, to date, there are increasing signals of