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#21 argen

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Posted 01 June 2012 - 11:01 AM

Hello everyone, tanong ko lang kung anong size ng picture ang kelangan for the MVV application? Salamat!


Hi bulakenya,

Photo requirement:
Two recent passport-size (3.5 by 4.5 cm) photograph, against light (e.g. white) background.

For up to date informations, always check the IND's website and/or the Dutch Embassy's website. They always provide the best informations!

Furthermore, please note Mr. Lee's message. Thanks!

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Posted 01 June 2012 - 04:50 PM

Hi bulakenya,

Photo requirement:
Two recent passport-size (3.5 by 4.5 cm) photograph, against light (e.g. white) background.

For up to date informations, always check the IND's website and/or the Dutch Embassy's website. They always provide the best informations!

Furthermore, please note Mr. Lee's message. Thanks!



Thanks argen!!

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Posted 19 June 2012 - 07:49 PM

New immigration rules for the Netherland starts on july 2012.

The new rules imply that The dutch citizen is obliged to get married(abroad) in order to be able to get his/her partner to his home country.

Thu there are exeptions for those who are not able to marry in the (foreign) country of the partner. ( for example gays ).

Further more it means that the right to life together as registered partners are not meant any longer for Dutch citizen who has a foreign partner.

With this the Dutch government is discriminating Dutch citizen with a foreign partner.

Applicants for a visa and their partners are adviced to appeal to art. 1 a.f. of the civil law code and to art. 8 E.v.r.m of the european law.


Sofar known as of now this is already an accepted law by the parlement, but now the current administration is demissionair, there is a little hope that the law might not come into force(yet).

Anyway its better to count with this new rule.





This amendment is stopped for now and will not be in force on july 1. hiphip hoera.:D

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Posted 20 June 2012 - 02:36 PM

This amendment is stopped for now and will not be in force on july 1. hiphip hoera.:D

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Posted 20 June 2012 - 02:37 PM

yes,,,have read it too :D

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Posted 20 July 2012 - 07:51 PM

The posponed new imigration rule which should come in to power on july 1 2012 but was posponed, comes now in force on oktober 1 2012.

The new rule stipulate that partners from countries outside the European union should be married if they want to apply for MVV visa.
For those who still want to apply for partnership visa should act very quick now.

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Posted 23 July 2012 - 09:11 AM

Guys, how long did you have to wait before you get the positive result from the IND? My boyfriend and I sent a Request for Advice to the IND regarding the MVV. He is a German but has been living and working in the Netherlands as an Engineer for a year now. We sent the request last March 19, 2012 and until now we have no idea what the result will be. It's very stressful to wait. :(

Did you wait that long? Please pray that we will get a positive advice, too. Thanks!

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Posted 23 July 2012 - 03:31 PM

Guys, how long did you have to wait before you get the positive result from the IND? My boyfriend and I sent a Request for Advice to the IND regarding the MVV. He is a German but has been living and working in the Netherlands as an Engineer for a year now. We sent the request last March 19, 2012 and until now we have no idea what the result will be. It's very stressful to wait. :(

Did you wait that long? Please pray that we will get a positive advice, too. Thanks!

hello miss Penduka ,
some of the girls here they are so lucky to get an early result positive advice from IND ,some got from 2 to 3 weeks ..maybe you can call the IND.I am also waiting for our positive en it is already 1 month ,i hope we can all have positive advice even it is stressful just pray .God bless us all

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Posted 24 July 2012 - 04:36 PM

hello miss Penduka ,
some of the girls here they are so lucky to get an early result positive advice from IND ,some got from 2 to 3 weeks ..maybe you can call the IND.I am also waiting for our positive en it is already 1 month ,i hope we can all have positive advice even it is stressful just pray .God bless us all

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ms. rhianna,

My bf called the IND twice already but they cannot even give enough info. they only said, that the request is under process..how we wish we are able to know the cause of the delay.. God bless us all.

Penduka

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Posted 26 July 2012 - 07:24 PM

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ms. rhianna,

My bf called the IND twice already but they cannot even give enough info. they only said, that the request is under process..how we wish we are able to know the cause of the delay.. God bless us all.

Penduka



Ours took only 2weeks. Thats pretty fast!

But please take note that not all cases are the same. Also, bear in mind that it's holiday season here and most people are off from work so processing may take longer.

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Posted 29 July 2012 - 02:31 PM

Guys, do you think calling the Embassy is appropriate or recommended to get some updates regarding our request? or direct call to the IND?

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Posted 30 July 2012 - 09:41 PM

Call the IND. The IND is the one responsible for handling MVV applications.

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Posted 31 July 2012 - 02:53 AM

to Peace,

thanks! btw, how'd u know that you had a positive advice? did the ind sent u a letter, email also or just your partner in NL? or the embassy was the one who informed you?

thanks!

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Posted 31 July 2012 - 05:10 AM

to Peace,

thanks! btw, how'd u know that you had a positive advice? did the ind sent u a letter, email also or just your partner in NL? or the embassy was the one who informed you?

thanks!


hi miss penduka,
your bf will receive a letter from IND stating you have a positive advice .Thank God we recieved our letter last thursday en it is positive :) God bless us all

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Posted 31 July 2012 - 08:09 PM

The IND will send your petitioner/sponsor a letter of response - whether positive or negative. Or should I say positive or positive...

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Posted 07 December 2012 - 10:02 AM

Great news.

 

Under pressure of the Eu commision the dutch government lower its rate for MVV fees.

For example the MVV for family reunification was €1250 and is now lowered to € 225.

Yes we are ripped of for years, but justice is done now.

 

Tip: anyone who apply for a MVV just pay the fee whatever requisted untill this moment, in order to let your visa process going on. But don;t forget to send a complain about the fee referring to the public  letter of minister Teeven from november 28. The new fee wil apply in januari 2013.


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Posted 07 December 2012 - 10:29 AM

The court in "den bosch" the netherland has decided that refusing a MVV only for the reason that the aplicant didn't pass the civic integration examination (inburgering buitenland) is solely not enough reason to refuse the MVV visa. :rolleyes:

 

However the Dutch government can still appeal to this decision, it is a headache for them to refuse visa for those who did the exam but just didn't pass(under condition that they apply all other requirements).

 

For those hardlearners, who aren't able to pass the exam( sometimes even after taking 6 exames) you can refer to this court decision and ask for your MVV.

When the IND refused your visa with reason that you didn't pass the exam, make an objection and appeal to this decision.

When you need legal advice for this, you can contact me.


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Posted 07 December 2012 - 10:36 AM

The posponed new imigration rule which should come in to power on july 1 2012 but was posponed, comes now in force on oktober 1 2012.

The new rule stipulate that partners from countries outside the European union should be married if they want to apply for MVV visa.
For those who still want to apply for partnership visa should act very quick now.

This rule/law is in the refridge now there is a new coalition regime and will as of now not be in force. Hooray


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Posted 08 January 2013 - 09:29 AM

Something new!!

 

Court in "Den bosch" The netherland has decided that solely not passing the civic integration examtinatio is not enough to refuse the MVV.

 

According to this court is refusing the MVV solely because the applicant didn't passed the exam in contradiction with the EU rules for family reunification.

 

This means when IND refuse your visa because you didnt pass the exam, you can make objection which has to be granded.

 

How this wil workout further we don't now yet because the dutch gov stil can appeal to the dicision, but it can be they already know they will loose suc appeal and wil either change law or  come up with another tasteless dicision.

 

As of now the court decision is standing.for your rights.


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Posted 08 January 2013 - 09:33 AM

By the way there is a new years gift for those who apply for a MVV visa:

 

European court has decided that the MVV fee of the netherlands is much to high (€1250) and reduce it to €225 affective 01-01-2013

You save € 1000  now.

 

When the old fee of €1250 still is charged by a embassy just pay it and make objection for the high fee, it will be restituted.


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