In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(in US)permiso de residencia y trabajo masculine
- Investors receive conditional two-year visas before they are awarded permanent green cards.
- He has a valid work permit and, he said, should have received his green card months ago.
- Even without a green card, foreign nationals are free to stuff envelopes, knock on doors, or otherwise volunteer on a campaign, provided they receive absolutely no pay for their work.
- At the end of last year, nearly three million people were waiting in line for a green card, a work permit or a change in their immigration status, up almost 20 percent in just 12 months.
- The guest worker programme would grant temporary legal status to Mexican workers for up to six years but offers no possibility of obtaining permanent residence or a green card.
(in Europe)(que asegura un vehículo para viajes al extranjero) carta verde feminine
- In Romania a car can be impounded if the driver cannot produce their green card, and it is also required in Malta, Andorra and Poland.
- These days the green card of motor insurance is not usually required but it is as well to check with your insurance company first.
- En EEUU es un documento oficial que cualquier persona que no sea ciudadana americana debe obtener para tener el derecho a residir y trabajar en Estados Unidos. En el Reino Unido es un documento que el conductor o dueño de un automóvil debe conseguir de la compañía de seguros al llevarlo al extranjero para que siga vigente la cobertura de la póliza.
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