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Living in Bourgas, Hi everyone
My name is Liz, just posting this to say Hi to everyone.
I have bought a house and bar in Livada, Bourgas, its great.
We run the bar, it was a struggle to get through all the red tape but we got there in the end, just need to get the new toilet sorted for it all to run legally.
We went to BG in February 20005, and stayed for the 3 months that our visa would allow, but had to come back as we left it too late to apply for our Lichna Karta, we were told to do it that way from a bulgarian friend of ours who is quite knowledgable, but it seems he was wrong on that one, so we are all here in the UK, saving enough money to get back.
If anyone knows the correct procedure for applying for our cards when we get there it would be much appreciated.
We are aware that we need to go through a solicitor but would like to know about which documents we need to have translated so that we can get it all sorted before we come out again.
Well hope to hear from you all soon
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