After 3 years of marriage. I married on 20th May 2011, so after 20th May 2013. I do now qualify to apply for Dutch citizenship on my own as I have lived in The Netherlands since 2003, however, I have opted to not do this and apply in 2013 using my martial status, as it impacts my current tax benefit (which will expire beginning 2013)
Yes. I have recently taken over responsibility of a customer based in Bristol from a colleague who is retiring, and need to get across asap to meet the customer (So within the next 3-4 weeks max). I will probably need to do a day trip once a month thereafter to build up the customer relationship. The family weekend trips would be from November onwards (if at all) as we have a very young baby.
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