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Please Introduce Yourself Here

Discussion forum for expats moving to or living in Cyprus.

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Re: Please Introduce Yourself Here

Post Posted: Sat Aug 04, 2012 4:35 am

Hi Graham.

Yes to live here full time legally you do have to register, although many people don't, however they are tightening up on this and it is a risk not to.

I did this with the help of a lawyer, it cost E200.00 but made life much easier as they filled out all the forms and came with us to the immigration office, we were in and out in 30 mins.

Jeff

 

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Post Posted: Sun Aug 05, 2012 3:31 pm

Hi Graham.

Yes to live here full time legally you do have to register, although many people don't, however they are tightening up on this and it is a risk not to.

I did this with the help of a lawyer, it cost E200.00 but made life much easier as they filled out all the forms and came with us to the immigration office, we were in and out in 30 mins.

Jeff

 

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Re: Please Introduce Yourself Here

Post Posted: Fri May 31, 2013 5:17 pm

- Carole

Hi Handy and Welcome!

Nice to hear some positive comments re Cyprus. Re Age - I never think of peoples age just their attitude to life, and 75 years young is a great one! Cool

Hope you will become a regular member on the forum and share some of your knowledge of life in Cyprus with those looking to make the move in the future.

Kind regards
Carole

Hi I am Ray

Been trying to email electricty authority in Pafos from UK without success - does any possess
their email address from the UK?

Many thanks


Ray

 

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Re: Please Introduce Yourself Here

Post Posted: Mon Feb 10, 2014 4:17 am

Hi there

We are from Northallerton, North Yorkshire and are retiring at the end of 2015 and will be moving to Cyprus; all being well, fingers crossed.

We have been going to Paphos on holiday for the last four years always renting a private apartment and we both just love the place. The last time we went. we decided that Chlorakas, Kisonegra, Lemba area looks like where we would ideally love to stay when we get there.

I will have a private pension, a lump sum to invest which will hopefully earn an income, we plan to rent our house in UK to pay rent on a place in Cyprus and my wife is on state pension.

Any advice whatsoever from financial to how to make the first move will be gratefully accepted. I have already read and downloaded an awful lot of information, but personal experience would probably be the best advice. Oh yes we have two dogs and a cat who will also want to go.

Best wishes
Pete & June

 

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Re: Please Introduce Yourself Here

Post Posted: Mon Sep 22, 2014 10:54 pm

Hello folks and thank you for this welcoming page and for your time in advance.
I am leesa and my aspiration is to live in the North of Cyprus and to do so sensibly and respectfully. I have only just started out on my research and whilst I would not expect anyone to do the work for me, I understand that the insight afforded to me by this forum and its expatriate members, ( those living the reality) is invaluable to me.

I want to move with my parents and have the offer of a flat to rent in the south. Can I apply for residency in the North whilst residing in the south and is the advise I read saying you need to 'guarantee that you can earn 10, 000 a year true as well as bringing in 10,000 GBP per family member' correct ?. We can support ourselves with pensions and some savings and would want a work permit for part time work eventually and we would buy our own place place.

I thank you all for your ears and voice on the matter Smile and its lovely to be here.
warm regards Leesa

 

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Re: Please Introduce Yourself Here

Post Posted: Mon Sep 22, 2014 10:55 pm

p.s sorry that you have no profile for me as yet but it wont let me fill it in Sad my email is metalmaiden.mm @ gmail.com and you can find me here.

 

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Re: Please Introduce Yourself Here

Post Posted: Fri Oct 10, 2014 11:47 pm

Hi my names sue and me and my partner are looking to move to cyprus within 18 months. We would welcome advice on property rentals and jobs in close proximity to paphos/coral bay/peyia/kissonerga

 

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