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r0yyjte
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I've always wanted to live in Germany. Is it going to be hard to move post-Brexit and is it hard to move anyway (on a decent salary). This is to live there permanently and I would have to learn German.
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Post-brexit isn’t yet defined, what it’s looking like is that British people can apply in each individual EEA country for a biometric permanent EU resident’s card, early next year. This would avoid the need to apply for a travel, holiday or working visa.

If you’re not quite ready to move to Germany next month, (I’m not!), then I’m sure that there will later be a path to live and work in Europe. I learned enough German at night-school, just six months of lessons, one night a week was enough for me to start understanding things. I then worked for a German company in West Ewell, London, and visited Germany for months. I ended up living & working in Switzerland tho.

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