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Do I need a permit?

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Do I need a permit?

Postby bulbtime » Sat 7 Dec 2013 09:05 GMT

I will be coming from the UK to Varna and would like to stay there as a tourist for about 5 months, am I able to do this with my British passport without having to apply for a permit or visa?
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Postby zebra » Sat 8 Nov 2014 07:58 GMT

I WAS TOLD YES BY A BULGARIAN PROPERTY AGENT BUT IT IS BETTER TO GET ID CARD.
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Postby zebra » Sat 8 Nov 2014 08:01 GMT

MY SISTER WHO LIVES IN TURKEY USED TO CROSS THE BORDER INTO GREECE THEN BACK AGAIN AND HOUR LATER. SHE WAS ONLY ALLOWED TO LIVE IN TURKEY FOR THREE MONTHS AT A TIME, SHE HAS BEEN THERE NOW FOR THIRTEEN YEARS. THAT'S A LOT OF BORDER CROSSINGS.
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Postby Dave » Sat 8 Nov 2014 20:49 GMT

Hi, Zebra, and welcome.

Could you please turn off your caps lock? Your posts here and elsewhere are very welcome, and there's a lot of good stuff in them, but unfortunately posts all in capital letters read as if you're SHOUTING EVERYTHING, which distracts from what you're saying. (It makes them less easy to read, too.)

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