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What is meant by residence

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    You're a resident of the country in which you're currently living, as long as you're doing so legally (as a citizen of the country or as a foreigner not in violation of visa requirements - tourism visa don't count). almost 10 years ago

    Answered by Peter Loh via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    residence is the place you currently live permanently almost 10 years ago

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    and what defines live permanently? i mean you could spend most of your time entering (an exiting) a country where you are only give 3 months stay, but if you only exit for one day?
    some countries require you to register as a resident. giving you access to many things that citizens can have. almost 10 years ago

    Answered by mark1 via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    Residence is also now used by some hotel/apartment chains to indicate a style of hotel. Rather than being a building with hotel rooms, they use the term residence to indicate that it has apartments for rent; even short term/overnight. almost 10 years ago

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