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residency in Cyprus as a British expat

Old Feb 26th 2021, 5:00 am
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Please advise if there is a cut-off date in order to register as a permanent resident. Haven't gotten around to doing it yet but was advised to ensure it is done by March 31st, 2021. Is this correct?
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Old Feb 26th 2021, 8:20 am
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Please advise if there is a cut-off date in order to register as a permanent resident. Haven't gotten around to doing it yet but was advised to ensure it is done by March 31st, 2021. Is this correct?
Hi, did you stay put in Cyprus since you posted last Summer about the possibility of moving to Turkey? With all due respect, it would have been much simpler to have applied for residency for you all before 31st December 2020, thanks to the WA....
It's very quiet on the Cyprus forum and, if no one in-the-know replies, contact the British Consulate and/or the Cypriot Authorities which issue Residents' Cards, to find out exactly what documents you need when applying for residency in Cyprus while having lived there before 1st January 2021.
You could also post again in the Europe section below - your thread might attract a good few in France, Spain, Portugal, ....who are in the same boat and might give solid advice, or BE members in-the-know about Brexit and the EU, who can advise...
Good luck!
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