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s stamp and have been giving permanent residence permits to the Arab families and have been transferring their food ration cards from their places of origin to Kirkuk,?
Summary: Moroccans living in Algeria are no longer entitled to permanent residence permit, which will be replaced by a renewable one.
In 2013, permanent residence permits were issued to 2A 753 people and a total of 20A 121 people were granted long-term residence permits.
CIPA's representative in the conference, Lefteris Eleftheriou presented the options provided by the Cyprus legislation on programmes of citizenship and permanent residence permit, which is very popular among foreign investors.
Hadjihannas spoke on 'Incentives to foreigners to acquire a permanent residence permit and citizenship in Cyprus'.
Additional documents required for non-South African citizens include study permits, temporary or permanent residence permit from the department of home affairs and evidence that the parents of the learners have applied for permission to stay in South Africa.
A permanent residence permit will also allow Syrians who have residence permits to apply for family reunification, mainly with spouses or children under the age of 18, the agency said.
Obtaining a green card -- a permanent residence permit -- to both the US and Canada is not difficult if you are financially fit, said Jamshid Hussaini, managing director of the American Investment Fund.