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SteveWeig posted If the UK leaves the EU? on the Bulgaria forum:
Does anyone know how the possible leaving of the EU by UK may affect ex pats and the property they own?
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hi, everyone iam looking for someone to pick up items from uk to Bulgaria , but they are heavy items , 12 x batteries 55kg each and inverter 50kg some cabling too.i will pay far more than your fuel costs. please anyone out there. dennis.
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property in BulgariaFully furnished house in Polski Senovets village - 30 km. from Veliko Tarnovo
Stevebg replied to the thread Proposed move to Bulgaria on the Bulgaria forum:
SteveWeig initially posted:
Hi I am retiring in May next year and intend to move out to Bulgaria. I am on my own but want to be in a quiet area perhaps within 150km from the coast. I think I would like a Renovated or part Renovated property 2+Beds and bit of land. Any advice on moving my belongings from the UK to Bulgaria and suggestions of a suitable area to live would be great. Any and all other suggestions or comments at this stage would be gratefully received.
Stevebg replied most recently with:
Fully furnished house 30 km from Veliko Tarnovo 110 sq. m. buid up area, 2260 sq. m. land. If interested pm for info and pictures Steve
TLCmovers replied most recently with:
Hello, We can assist with transportation of your goods. Please visit www.tlcmoversuk.com and we be happy to do your removal.
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NedkaOnova replied to the thread Seeking factory and consultant on the Bulgaria forum:
nicolasfrompoland initially posted:
Hi all, I have been in poland as an entrepreneur for three years. I intend to launch a new cosmetic product for men that is already successful in france. Im looking for someone who can help me out finding the right factory.
NedkaOnova replied most recently with:
Dear Nicolas, I hope you are well. By the course of introduction my name is Nedka Onova, lawyer, Bazlyankov, Stanoev and Tashev Law office Bulgaria, www.bstlawyers.com I will be glad to assist you regarding starting business in Bulgaria. I have more than 10 years of expertise in real estates, foreign investments, company and commercial law. Please do not hesitate to contact me on my mobile 00359 884 222 670 or email me at nonova@bstlawyers.com Kind regards Nedka Onova Lawyer Bazlyankov, Stanoev and Tashev Law office
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markl posted in bulgaria on the Bulgaria forum:
hi all,were here at last,well 4 3 weeks,jst been in plovdiv for 3 days,very nice but not to live,drove round but dident find any villajes we could live in,off to sozopol tomorrow for a week,so have a good look round,if anyone lives there any advice or plases to look at.thanks .mark
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Atmaram posted Yoga and Meditation classes in English on the Bulgaria forum:
Hello. We are a new Classical Yoga and Meditation school in Sofia, Bulgaria. We offer hatha yoga classes (Shivananda tradition) in English to all levels, as well as FREE group meditation (satsang) every Friday. First trial class is free. You can find us at: https://www.facebook.com/ClassicalYogaAndMeditationSofiaBulgaria Our main teacher, Atmaram, has 25 years of teaching experience all over the world as a monk in the international ShivanandaYoga organization. French-born Canadian, he speaks and teaches in English, French, German, Spanish, and Russian. He is a much loved teacher who teaches with a lot of warmth, compassion, and humor. To contact us: Atmaram/ Karuna: ericpapadimitriou@gmail.com 0898857536/ 087 961 0733 Om Namah Sivaya :-)
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property in BulgariaBeautiful house and barns for sale in Bulgaria
property in BulgariaSituated 18 km from Dimitrovgrad, 35 km. from Haskovo, in the village of Briast. The yard is 1800 sq.m. with a small "summer house" included in the price.
NedkaOnova replied to the thread Canadian - non EU issues of residence on the Bulgaria forum:
Chey initially posted:
I am a Canadian woman interested in moving to Varna in late spring 2015, or later. I would like to obtain a long term Visa. Normally countries tell you that you MUST go through the process in your home country but in my experience there is often an easier way if you move to the country first, do the paperwork, go on a holiday out of country and come back. Is this the case in Bulgaria? Are there any non-EU people who have done this?
NedkaOnova replied most recently with:
Hello, There are different requirements and proceedings for obtaining visa and stay permit. What are you going to do in Bulgaria, there are different grounds to stay in Bulgaria. I can provide you detailed information if you send me an email. My email is nonova@bstlawyers.com Kind regards
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