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Old Nov 18th 2017, 8:22 pm   #1
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Hi all, My partner & I are seriously considering moving to Cyprus next year and will be coming over for a few days in March. We want to bring our cats when we move so any advise as to making their move easier would be appreciated.
Is it possible to buy property before we have been issued with our ' yellow cards' and is there any reason why a Yellow Card could be refused?
If you work, did your struggle to find employment?
when we come in March we would like to be able to meet some Expats that have already made the move from the UK to Cyprus as we have loads of questions. Where is a good & friendly place to be able to meet people who have already made the move?
Thank in advance for any advice you can share

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Old Dec 16th 2017, 7:22 pm   #2
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Hi all, My partner & I are seriously considering moving to Cyprus next year and will be coming over for a few days in March. We want to bring our cats when we move so any advise as to making their move easier would be appreciated.
Is it possible to buy property before we have been issued with our ' yellow cards' and is there any reason why a Yellow Card could be refused?
If you work, did your struggle to find employment?
when we come in March we would like to be able to meet some Expats that have already made the move from the UK to Cyprus as we have loads of questions. Where is a good & friendly place to be able to meet people who have already made the move?
Thank in advance for any advice you can share
Although you may be aware of this, just make sure you get the right legal advice before buying property. There is a whole host of issues going on in Cyprus. It is probably best to rent at first.

Another stab at resolving the Title Deeds mess - Cyprus Property News

By their own admission, there are 70,000 'trapped buyers'. This is not an insignificant number.

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