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Re: Cypriot citizenship

Postby umit07 » Sun Nov 22, 2015 2:17 pm

Get Real! wrote:
umit07 wrote: :lol: You are one fecked up individual.

No, she is actually correct on this occasion. You're the idiot who can't even spell.

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=feck
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Re: Cypriot citizenship

Postby umit07 » Sun Nov 22, 2015 2:25 pm

Get Real! wrote:
umit07 wrote:Hi Ashino,

Have you thought about contacting local newspapers about your story. Contacting an English language publication (since you mentioned you're not fluent in Greek) such as the Cyprus Mail may be a good option.

http://cyprus-mail.com/contact-us/

:roll: That’s a stupid idea. The CM has a bad reputation and a very small foreign circulation.

Side with them and you’ll NEVER get citizenship!

It's interesting to see a Turk opt for war instead of the rule of law.


I suggested she thinks about contacting the press. I suggested the Cyprus Mail as the original poster does not know any Greek.

Why would going to a newspaper mean war?
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Re: Cypriot citizenship

Postby Get Real! » Sun Nov 22, 2015 2:26 pm

umit07 wrote:
Get Real! wrote:
umit07 wrote:Hi Ashino,

Have you thought about contacting local newspapers about your story. Contacting an English language publication (since you mentioned you're not fluent in Greek) such as the Cyprus Mail may be a good option.

http://cyprus-mail.com/contact-us/

:roll: That’s a stupid idea. The CM has a bad reputation and a very small foreign circulation.

Side with them and you’ll NEVER get citizenship!

It's interesting to see a Turk opt for war instead of the rule of law.


I suggested she thinks about contacting the press. I suggested the Cyprus Mail as the original poster does not know any Greek.

Why would going to a newspaper mean war?

Since when do newspapers deal with immigration issues?
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Re: Cypriot citizenship

Postby umit07 » Sun Nov 22, 2015 2:32 pm

Get Real! wrote:Since when do newspapers deal with immigration issues?


Newspapers do bring attention to the plights of everyday people and inadequacies in laws etc.
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Re: Cypriot citizenship

Postby Get Real! » Sun Nov 22, 2015 2:42 pm

umit07 wrote:
Get Real! wrote:Since when do newspapers deal with immigration issues?

Newspapers do bring attention to the plights of everyday people and inadequacies in laws etc.

There’s no inadequacy on this occasion because the RoC didn’t exist prior to 1960.

She can ask the right people in the right way to make an exception on humanitarian grounds and quite possibly win, or try the confrontational way by attempting to steamroll the Cyprus constitution and waste everyone’s time and risk getting barred from ever entering again!

If I was the Minister I’d be pretty pissed off if someone opts for the media without giving me a chance to look at a case.
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Re: Cypriot citizenship

Postby Ashino » Sun Nov 22, 2015 4:08 pm

Hey everyone

I just found out that our neighbor is a lawyer and he said he can help me Get a permanent residency for the time being as a family reunification humanitarian case and we can reapply for the citizenship later when I stay for 5 years :D

I am over the moon right now and words can't express how I feel :D

I just want to say thank you all for your help and support
I do appreciate it :D

I hope you all feel happiness in your lives as I feel right now :D
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