[WATCHinHD] Hello Superfriends! I’m back sa balakubak! I have finally made a video to provide some more help and info if you guys are planning to apply for your Schengen visa. A lot of you are asking me kung ano nga ba yung common na itinatanong tuwing visa interview so I decided to recall and share my experiences as well. I hope this video will give you an idea and background about the process ng application. So if you are curious about it is just keep on watching.
ADVISORY ON THE NEW MIGRATION APPLICATION PROCEDURES:
you might want to skip, check this out!
01:58 Schengen Visa type C (Interview experience)
04:12 Schengen Visa (Denied – what we did after/interview experience)
08:10 Residence Permit (Interview experience)
13:08 Tips & advises on the day of your Interview
This is only based on my experiences and my little knowledge that I gained through out the years. Remember that the results is always depend on your particular situation, the time prior to applying, time-frame and decisions are varies as long as you meet all the criteria they need. All opinions are honest and my own! Feel free to ask any questions and no complicated questions please. I try my best to answer you back 😊
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Hello Guys! So today I’m sharing with you all the lovely gifts I got for Christmas. I know that “What I got for Christmas” posts are always in demand in vlogging community and in blogging world as well so if you are a type of person who is allergic in watching and reading this kind of post then this is not for you 😉. However if you are just like me who happen to love watching an unboxing video and what I got *churvaness video on YouTube then we are on the same boat 😂 so all I can say is enjoy reading 👌. By the way I made the same post last year and if you like to know what I got last year click here 👉WHAT I GOT FOR CHRISTMAS 2017.
This year has been an amazing year for us with panget and I’am very thankful of everything we’ve got this year! (not to mention that my in-laws are so generous enough to gave us a piece of lot nearby to build our future home which is hopefully we start it next year! plus we already finish paying the lot we bought in Tagaytay this month. What an amazing year I must say! and now receiving all this Christmas gifts from my husband and family was a wonderful feeling. I got so many fantastic items that I really love and I can’t wait to share it with you guys!.
When I received my Swedish Citizenship December last year, I am so eager and excited to apply for my National ID and Swedish passport. So as soon as all the holidays is finally over and all the government offices here are fully back into business, my husband and I decided to apply for our Swedish passport. (At last! after 1 month LOL! I almost forget about it seriously!). After 3 years of living life here in Sweden with my swede husband, I can officially call myself a Swede!…and I’m loving it! even more better now that I have my Swedish Passport too!
Processing of getting a passport here in Sweden is quite different from what I’m used to in the Philippines (well! you know what I mean if you experienced the old way of getting a passport before sa Pinas I’ll tell you its like conquering the highest mountain of the PH just to get into the top! but I hear nowadays there’s a lot of improvement going on with the new admin unlike before 🙂 that is good to hear). Anyway what I noticed here is that, there’s no formal application process, no long queue or forms to fill-up for you to apply just bring your self and your valid ID’s then off to go. Although I bought all my important documents with me that time they didn’t even bother to check it up.
Hello Guys! So today I’m sharing with you the lovely gifts I got for Christmas, Yup! I know I’m early today LOL! But I’m just so excited to share!! so bare with me guys! hehe Anyway highway! I know I was a very lucky girl this year (not to mention that I recently got my Swedish Citizenship early this month plus I got my dream bag as my birthday gift last August) and now receiving all this Christmas gifts (picture above) was an amazing feeling. I got so many fantastic items that I really love and I can’t wait to share it with you guys!.
What a really nice feeling when you get a good news, right? 😊 I am just so happy to share you guys what I got today! Yup! I received a very important mail📩 from the Migrationsverket and you are right 😉 the decision is now here! this is it pansit! tadaaah!!! It is my certificate/proof of Swedish Citizenship (Bevis Om Svenskt Medborgarskap).I know there is nothing wrong to show that you’re happy, right? LOL so here I am dancing💃 Lol!
Today is the day that I will send my Swedish Citizenship application through post, although I already apply it online (it is a requirement and it a must!). I’am a bit nervous about it but at the same time my heart is full with excitement! I can’t help thinking about what will gonna happen next (think positive Michelle!).
This is it pansit! Goodluck to me 😊
Anyway highway! before I decided to apply for my citizenship this year, I did a couple of research on my own because I wanted to make sure if I am really eligible to apply for it. Someone told me I needed to reside here in Sweden for 5 years, some of my friends say 3 years with permanent permit and other say to try my luck and send LOL! I have lot of Filipina friends who had recently applied for their Swedish citizenship and surprisingly their stories where extremely different to one other. Some was approve in only a weeks, some takes months and some still had not yet hear any response to their application. So confused about it so I headed to the Migrationsverket site to gather more information 😉 a 100% detailed I must say LOL. If you like to know more you can check the SITE 👈
Basically what it said in the site is that you have to fullfill a certain requirements for becoming a Swedish citizen:
You must be able to prove your identity
You have reached the age of 18
Have a permanent residence permit, a right of residence or residence card in Sweden.
You have fulfilled the required period of residence here
Have you conducted yourself well here in sweden
* If you are married to, living in a registered partnership with or cohabiting with a Swedish citizen, you can apply for Swedish citizenship after three years. In these cases, you must have been living together for the past two years. It is not enough to be married to one another, you must also live together.