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moving my gf over here.

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hi there.

so me and my gf have bin together for abit and we have run into some problems on her side she live in the uk and i live in belgium.
as of now she has no place to stay in the uk cuz of family reasons and other private things so she lives together with some friends but wants to get out of there.she also got fired from her job without notice.
what can we do to get her to move over here we are both above the age of 20 and i have looked up some things and a few things worry me about having the rent a place cuz we would want her to come live with me is that possible?

if you have any information or can help me please let me know.

J

Geez your English is bad.

Are you here working?
Are you an EU national?
Are you renting a place?
Are you registered at the local commune?
Can you cover your GFs expenses whilst she looks for a job?

If so, move her in, get her a job (or get married or register yourselves as legal cohabitants).

You have the right to do this until end of March 2019. After that, she becomes a non-EU national.

May 18, 2018 08:22
eyebicycle@gmail.com

Your style of writing is a clear indicator of why you are having "problems." So....you are both 21 years old and are lost in the world. My recommendation , breakup, finish school, get a job, find someone else. Peace

May 18, 2018 11:03
CC_R

Assuming this isn’t a wind up by a bored student.
You don’t state what either of your nationalities are, if she is British at present she can freely move here, but she will get no benefits of any type, she would have to find work to be able to afford to live. What are her language skills like? Does she speak flemish French or German to a good enough level to find Work?
If you are working full time well paid job and can support her then maybe you can move her in with you, but she is legally living here she needs to register with your commune and they will want to know how she will support herself. You would also have to find her health care etc if she stays long term.
Health she should be temporarily covered by EHIC

May 18, 2018 12:07
Random

@ EYEBICYCLE@GMAIL.COM qnd @J -

So you decide to criticize his language skills. How pathetic. Are you both 12 years old?

May 18, 2018 13:25
J

Language skills are critical to employability. If the OP can't even manage his own language, then he probably hasn't got the language skills for learning more.

Also, unless he's a bit more precise about the situation, he's not going to get any useful help.

May 21, 2018 13:56
asdf

I agree...what a horrible comment - no matter who is at the receiving end.

I think it says more about how J feels about himself than this guy's level of English.

May 24, 2018 23:02