Monday Tuesday Thursday Friday 9 till 13.00 and Wednesday 16.00 till 19.00 if they are still same as winter.(did make me laugh as the next thread on list was UFOs over Corfu, imagine all the martians waiting in turn at the aliens door to do their paperwork, and being told to nip home for yet another piece of paperwork)
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Message posted by Dextercat on 02 July 2010 at 8:37pm - IP Logged
WE went when we were out in June to get residency but there was no way the guy behind the desk was going to play ball that day.
You need, at the moment, the following;
Colour photo copies of passport details.
About 400 euros each in a Greek bank account and copies for each applicant named on the account of the account details.
Photocopies of the E111 card.
And, finally, passport photo's.
With these there should be no problems!
If asked when you want the residency say NOW!!
They will issue a temporary residency on the day, if it's a good day, and then, in about 5 months the actual residency papers will be given.
We will try again in September when we go back.
We got our residency in 7 days. We took our passports, two extra passport photo's and filled in an application form. They put this with the photo's in a drawer and told us come back next week. We did and were given our residency. How times have changed.
Where is this place exactly??? I dont mean to be rude, but I put a post up about 1hour ago, I was just wondering anyone know which street, exactly its on...haha not a single Greek Ive spoken to has known what the hell I was on about!! Guess its all "foreign" to them.
Yup, we were told that we needed to have enough money to support ourselves.
I asked the nice gentleman how much and he reckoned about 400 euro's each.
Didn't seem much.
This needs to be proved so a Greek bank account would be useful. As stated the office is down the side of the bowling alley.
Upstairs, in the door and the office is in front of you.
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