yes, but the anti-harbouring does not apply for overstayers and illegal immigrants?ecureilx wrote:So you want to have the cake and Eat it ? Dont we all want to do that ?flashn3 wrote: what stops me is that I'd like to stay here to find another job as I made the choice to move over here 5 months ago and now I don't want to run out of a sudden. Maybe I'll find a job pretty soon, maybe not in 30 days but since I am renting a flat until (at least) mid sept I'd like to keep staying in paying the rent for other couple of months. That's it.
I'm concern about LL or some other subject find out me keeping living in the flat for a couple of months without EP (on a tourist vis.a likely).
Though here, the odds aren't in your favor !!
My 2 cents, choose if you want the money or visa !! Then commit.
In my opinion, you have an employer who is taking the risk to keep you on pass for 3 months, instead of terminating immediately and finding a replacement, especially if their foreigner quota is tight.
Go ahead, push your luck Good luck.
WD40, it is illegal to rent while on SVP, so not sure where your logic fits in !! Stand to be corrected.
And any landlord has the right to say NO to SVP visitors, however inhuman it may sound.
After all, there is nothing in the law that says visitors can stay over, and URA and all remind not to rent out to visitors. It is a grey area, and more towards not proper.
I have seen landlords personally tell tenants to leave, when they found their mother/father/relative stayed over for a couple of weeks, as a) the visitor is NOT registered and b) They are NOT resident.
in the moment I get back with a tourist visa I will be legally entitled to stay for the duration of the visa itself. I will not be a overstayer or an illegal immigrant.
Or am I wrong?