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  1. Hi Ken, thanks for your detailed answer, let me land there and see what I options do I have. I have exactly same plan to give power of attorney to my family members who will later proceed with the documentation needed. I will surely stay till my interview.
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  2. We had a similar issue. In brief: Not only the property has to be residential, the applicant has to be actually living in that property in order to apply for residence based on property ownership. We very recently bought a small and cheap studio apartment just so we can finally apply for 2 years and this was after spending months unable to find a nice place that we'd wanna live in. We thought we did everything properly and even hired consultants who saw no issue in us buying an apartment that has tenants, one lawyer even assured me I could buy commercial property (he was wrong). I a
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