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Lam Ting Pong Dennis
Fri, 20 May 2016 20:49 EDT
comme du vin from switzerland study and is a Hong Kong chinese.
Dear Germany,
I am Dennis my left arm and abdoman left leg is still tight and electic when walking and having ederma I ate Doc. Medicine 9 pills the control is losting leg is getting weaks I afraid to look for Doc. Again just like future teller,this happen 2013 feb.The problem is I have to cook wash clothes shopping and clean the part time damage all my thing one by one the manitenceoffices they looking for more money only . ?..... No help is given pay no respect ,no mercurymade ,,,,very cold blood. I have been cheating by interdesign working manager 800,000 hkd=euro 80,000.00 thisis Dennis Lam call for help you better go back and sleep in your bed . This is the people dont hve over sea education. They are together.

Lam Ting Pong Dennis
Fri, 24 Jul 2015 22:16 EDT
This is comme du vin .
Dear Germany,
Brigitta John
Mon, 22 Jun 2015 10:16 EDT
Staying in Germany for 2 months
I am a citizen of India, currently residing in Geneva since September 9, 2014. I am pursuing my Masters in Law in Geneva and hold a Swiss Residence B Permit. I have secured an internship offer with a Firm in Frankfurt, Germany for the months of October and November 2015. I wanted to know if I need a separate German Visa to be able to stay in Germany for the duration of my internship, or can I use my Swiss Residence B Permit for my stay, since I will be in Germany for less than 3 months? My residence permit expires on September 30, 2015, but I will be applying for an extension. Please let me know.

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