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what is my best option
Good day to all
I am a uk citizen with a filipino girlfriend and wanting to live in bulgaria.
we will be getting married but unsure if in the uk or the phillipines , it depends what is better for my future wife to gain a visa for bulgaria. any advise on the best route to take appreciated.
my other dilema is i will be self employed working overseas for weeks at a time and returning to bulgaria to live, is this allowed ?
I am sorry this hasn't been answered but not sure any of us know the answer, These things can be so complicated and we can only guess what is the best for the long term. It is probably easier in Bulgaria but the language problem may make it harder but even then getting a full Bulgarian residency is difficult. Most of us are on a 4 or 10 year card. The second part of your question shouldn't be a problem
well I can say I found my place "nirvarna" (near Varna)
- Forum Leader - Bulgaria
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