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D Visa applications

Discussion forum for expats moving to or living in Bulgaria.

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Re: D Visa applications

Post Posted: Fri Dec 09, 2005 8:54 pm

Hi allandy
We have a house in Aprilsi near Troyan,Gabrovo about 25 kms.In a village called Ostrets,it is a group of villages know as Aprilsi sometimes you see the name with a z in stead of the s.
The mountains are very high and the area is known for its eco holidays,mainly used by the Bulgarians,but we think this will one day change as its a hidden gem,there are a few Brits in the area.House prices are not so bad,but the new rich Bulgarians are also buying here {holiday homes}
We also have a house near Bourgas that requires a lot of work it is in the village of Pissmanovo near Primorsko which is 20 km south of Sozapol.
We might not get down to the coast at christmas,depends on the roads.
The Primorko area would be good for fishing as there are a number of rivers in that area,also further down the coast towards the Turkish border.Would love to meet up.Hope to move early next year
PaulineGee


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Re: D Visa applications

Post Posted: Mon Dec 12, 2005 12:30 am

[quote="PaulineGee"]Hi janhargreen
Have already looked into this company and sent for details,they stated that we would have to still take the application to the Embassy,not sure what they will do for the money they charge except for advice
hi Pauline
oops-I never noticed that in their bumff until you mentioned it. I think we'll just do like you and post the forms in - as you say all we have to lose is the postage. we're not ready to do ours for quite a few months yet.
i hope you enjoy your Christmas in BG
regards jan


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Re: D Visa applications

Post Posted: Mon Dec 12, 2005 5:49 pm

Hi Janhargreen
Russ is going over to the Irish embassy on thursday with Aerlingus it was only £47.00 return from Edinburgh.We thought we had better go as one of the children we have cared for years ,who is 16 yrs wants to come to Bg as well.
They gave her a C visa but we need to know what is needed for her other than what we already have.[for a D visa.]You do not need an appointment but turn up on the days they are open.
But have heard that they can be a bit unreliable and just not open.Fingers crossed.
Will let you know how we get on
PaulineGee


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Re: D Visa applications

Post Posted: Thu Dec 15, 2005 6:16 pm

Hi All
Well it went well at the Irish Bg Embassy and we have been told to expect the D visa to be ready in 30 working days but will have to wait an extra 7 days before the rest of the family get theirs as we are going on Russells application.And they issue us them after that.Russ said getting to Ireland was easy although he had to stay the night.
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