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Jean-Baptiste Trannoy
Name: Jean-Baptiste Trannoy
Expert in: Relationships
Company: Blusherseduction.com
Title: Dating Coach
Personal Info: Jean-Baptiste is a French dating-lifestyle coach and has been living in Amsterdam since 2003. Originally from Paris, he studied political science and economics at University of Paris-Sorbonne and in Canada. He is a Business Graduate and studied Arts and Heritage at University of Maastricht in The Netherlands. He is also a qualified make-up artist and organises events in Amsterdam with the “Bon Esprit” collective.

Fascinated from an early age by the game of seduction, Jean-Baptiste became a noted dating and relationship columnist for Frenchtouchseduction.com in 2006. He was hailed as a “Master Seducer” by Le Journal Du Dimanche in 2008. He founded Blusher Seduction that same year to help single men and women to create the love-life they really want. Since then, he has been coaching single expats of various ages and nationalities through one-on-one workshops, masterclasses and seminars.
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I’m a single guy and just arrived in Luxembourg for an assignment. I have no idea of what Luxembourg people are like culturally and how I would go about striking up friendships with women. The people seem friendly enough - too friendly almost - and speak loads of languages and I cannot cut through the banter somehow.

Brit in Luxembourg

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Dear Ipek,

I would like to get a PACS with my girlfriend from FYR Macedonia, is this something you can arrange for us?

Kind regards,

Tim
Read Answer by Tim
Hi,

I am a non-EU citizen who applied for a work permit in Luxembourg. During the process I've married and my last name has changed. My temporary work permit will be granted according to my maiden name because dcuments that I used for application were on my maiden name.. What is the procedure for me to follow to change my name on work permit? What do I need to do to prevent any type of trouble while entering the country or getting my permanent work permit.

Thank in advance.

Regards.
Read Answer by V.
Hi,

I am EU citizen in a relationship with non-EU girl (Indonesian). She's a student here (bachelor) and she has a valid visa until 07/2015 - then she'll graduate. She is worried that her visa will not be renewed unless she finds a job before that date. Isn't there any period of time to look for a job after graduation?

My question is - if we will enter in PACS, will here visa be extended even if she won't find a job by then? What would be the requirements for us?

Thank you for your help,
Ada
Read Answer by Adam
Hello,

I am Canadian. I will be relocating to Luxembourg to be with my husband ( a Belgian citizen and permanent resident of Luxembourg). I read that the process to get my carte de séjour is very easy. It looks like I only need to go to the commune with my marriage certificate and passport. Is that really all they need? That seems way to easy to me. Thank you!
Read Answer by anne
My fiance lives in Croatia now and is being offered a position in Luxembourg.
It is a high rate of income so financially we have no problems. I am a United States citizen, still currently residing in the US and we are interested in getting married in Luxembourg after she relocates. We both want to live there indefinitely, but are uncertain about the legality of our situation. I am an ex-felon in the US and we are wondering how this may or may not affect our circumstances.
Read Answer by Jeremy H
 
 
 
 
 
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