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All European member-states are obliged to introduce the electronic residence permit based on a regulation first passed in 2002 and then updated in 2008. The aim is to design a uniform residence permit for the EU. Several other countries, such as Germany which rolled out its residence cards in September 2011, have already completed the process.According to the ministry’s circular, the cost of obtaining the residence permit will be 16 euros. Any foreigners living in Greece who already have residence permits will not have to update to the new format until their current documentation expires.
I Had a 5 year permit and when that expired I applied for it to be renewed and the renewal is permanent and does not expire, so i was told
There are currently 557,476 third-country nationals living in Greece legally and, according to a circular issued by the Migration Policy Ministry on Wednesday, they will soon be able to apply for a meeting with authorities to go through the necessary process for obtaining their permits.Within 30 days of receiving the application, Greek authorities will have to set a date for the meeting, during which their biometric data (user’s photo and fingerprints) will be recorded so it can be entered on the card’s electronic chip. The chip can also store electronic proof of identity and a qualified electronic signature.The card will also show whether the holder has the right to work in Greece.
Been quite a while since we had a good discussion about res perms. What I'm not sure about is whether EU nationals are classed as foreigners. My memory suggests to me that EU nationals don't need a residence permit to live in Greece but do need a work permit if intending to work. Of course, post Brexit...
Come to think of it, Rog, I think a res perm is necessary to get a sim card these days. As you say, any UK nationals intending to remain after Brexit might be best advised to apply for one of the new ones a.s.a.p. (subject to fingerprints being on any wanted lists!)
a registration certificate
Registering with the Greek authoritiesAll EU nationals must apply for the new “Registration Certificate” (Veveosi Engrafis) after they have spent 3 months in Greece. It is obligatory. For more information on applying for a Registration Certificate or a Permanent Residence certificate in Greece, please click below:Registration Certificate - Permanent Residence Requirements
Quote from: Alan on Saturday, 11 March, 2017 @ 09:32:39a registration certificateNever heard of one before, at least, not by that name. From gov.uk:QuoteRegistering with the Greek authoritiesAll EU nationals must apply for the new “Registration Certificate” (Veveosi Engrafis) after they have spent 3 months in Greece. It is obligatory. For more information on applying for a Registration Certificate or a Permanent Residence certificate in Greece, please click below:Registration Certificate - Permanent Residence Requirementshttps://www.gov.uk/guidance/living-in-greece
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