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  • Καλημέρα/Kalimera!
    there among other things It s somewhat ironic that I can have a frank discussion with most Greeks in Greece in English or Greek about the situation here and my Greek friends abroad don t want to hear about it Yes νόστος a root of nostalgia is definitely a Greek word Kat Reply March 15th 2010 at 20 22 My favorite response to a story I tell from my life or the news is That s not really the way it is in Greece Really For some reason it requires a Greek witness to testify on my behalf in order for my reality to be true I find that ridiculous since I have no time or motivation to lie Brain Drain wrote March 15th 2010 at 09 02 Poor Dr Melina Homesick for Greece but earning a fat salary in the USA Her post sounds more like Ellinikoures than anything else Kat Reply March 15th 2010 at 20 00 Don t feel sorry for her feel sorry for the parents and children who seek her counsel FMS wrote March 15th 2010 at 14 18 Well the usual Greek nationalism and chauvinism are appearing and hilariously from Greeks who left the place in despair and now reside in better managed countries I don t know what that comment is doing here anyway on a post about the tourism motto Maybe she thinks that she is somehow aiding tourism in Greece by attacking foreigners who live here Yet she wrote in Greek meaning that the intended audience is other Greeks and not tourists Many doctor friends tell me that psychiatrists generally are rather screwed up people so i guess we can put it down to that Kat Reply March 15th 2010 at 17 52 Commentators who leave comments in Greek even when it s obvious the entire site blog is in English are either testing me the stupid foreigner to see if I know Greek and or for some reason wishing to not reveal their level of English I continuously promote Greece by informing people of solutions discounts and news not otherwise published in English so attacking me can only reflect poorly on her and her country Sad Karen wrote March 15th 2010 at 18 23 Good Morning I have never seen such a wonderful and informative website I am hoping you could assist me I live in Chicago and will be visiting Methoni in June I have sent 3 emails and a fax to the Methoni Beach Hotel with no reply I finally called them but their machine is in Greek and although I am Greek I cannot understand what it says 3027230 28720 is the number if you have a minute to provide a translation I m not sure who in the states I could ask to do this for me and I know this is an imposition Since Methoni does not have all that many hotel choices I would like to know if they are no longer in business Thanks ever so much Kat Karen who is very excited to visit Greece Kat Reply March 15th 2010 at 19 58 The hotel is still in business and open so I don t know why they haven t answered your fax and emails The message welcomes you and then asks you to press a selection to be redirected However if you press nothing and stay connected someone is supposed to come on the line to assist you It cost me nothing to call and was no trouble Have a nice trip Vasileios wrote March 18th 2010 at 05 48 I have not commented on your site in a long time but I have been trying to keep a close eye on it not to mention the number of people that I have recommended it to for all the rich information that you managed to collect throughout time Following this short prologue I felt the need to respond to our compatriot Melina even though I usually avoid direct responses because I am a true believer that confrontations of this type lead nowhere For those who may question the initiative of my post allow me to say that I was born and raised in Greece where I studied received all the necessary high level degrees served the military opened a professional Engineering business without having or chasing any political ties and partly succeeded A couple of years later though I decided to move to the US for reasons that are far from the point of this conversation What is not far from the point though is that I consider it home just like the UK France and Spain because I feel that every place that earns you a living is home and after having lived in all of the countries mentioned above they all deserve a place in my heart People who see it any different are just plain selfish and cannot see beyond their nose In that sense I hope you feel the same way about the US Melina It s totally pointless getting into comparisons between countries because as she correctly mentioned it s like comparing apples with oranges What s not comparing different type of fruits though is the people People can always make the biggest difference above all and that is the very reason why Greece has the same backward mentality in terms of professionalism and productivity for the past 30 years whilst the society and the nation has advanced due to the technological innovation of other nations and the monetary funds of the same nations that Greece blames for its current financial troubles today How ironic The same type of mentality is sustained and has been highly rewarded by the governmental bodies during the past 30 years who have done very little to promote the biggest source of income that Greece has which is tourism I can only imagine the people who are responsible for this huge responsibility and it makes me sick to my stomach knowing

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  • Do you know who Derek Redmond is?
    Keep it coming Nihal wrote August 28th 2008 at 19 40 Interesting journal Being the one interested in Greek culture yours grabbed my attention totally Shall be back to read more Smiling Hello from CrossRoads N in Istanbul photene wrote August 30th 2008 at 18 19 I so absolutely love his story I remember that moment when it happened granted on time delay but it still makes cry and fills me with joy It s a great story thanks for posting PS I m not sure what was televised overseas but the VISA commercials with Morgan Freeman were fab corporate s t aside Your comment Name required E Mail Required not published Website optional Click to cancel reply Notify me of follow up comments via e mail HTML Tags a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite strike strong Greek News RT PGiannakouris Clouds over the ancient Acropolis hill Ap photo Petros Giannakouris https t co jFy9mSPzNA RT nytimesworld Tales of break ins burglaries and robberies accompany the Greek debt crisis http t co dPVxf6vOb2 http t co diLJm39OQa RT graemewearden Greek parliament approves bailout reform package as it happened http t co qs5iiGi4Ju http t co 64IhO9LCts RT TheEconomist Here is an effort to explain the Greek deal in all its absurdity http t co M5vRLtUHr3 http t co a245q6cV6h Banks open today in Greece but many limitations and capital controls still in place naftemporikigr http t co JgPaqMcgIK RT TheEconomist No means yes Signing a humiliating agreement is just the start for Greece http t co UyDFKUZ6rB http t co G26avOjX3E RT graemewearden Greek crisis Protests in Athens ahead of tonight s bailout vote live Photos Reuters AP http t co qpBFeTSk6F http Follow livingingreece Best of 1 KTEL Buses of Greece 2 Acquiring EU citizenship through ancestry or naturalization 3 Jobs and salaries in Athens Greece 4 Free Greek language lessons 5 Best places to work in Greece 6 Should I move to Greece 7 Taste of America in Greece 8 How to start a business in Greece 9 Athens Greece Cost of living Best of An American in Athens 1 Four songs in Greek that make me cry 2 Why don t you speak Greek fluently 3 Thanks to Greece I ve been reunified with myself 4 More windows on Greek TV than my house 5 Cockroaches and courthouses leases and landlords in Athens 6 Girl of the Greek green clover 7 The nightbird For Americans non EU citizens 1 How Americans non EU citizens can get a permit to live and work in Greece 2 Common jobs for English speaking foreigners in Greece 3 Jobs at the American Embassy in Greece 4 Overstaying a visa in Greece 5 Residence work permit for American non EU family members of Greek EU citizens 6 FAQ Greek work and or residence permits 7 Value of a university degree in Greece For Greek citizens 1 Greek citizenship by claim

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  • Floges and togas — Greece afire
    people get informed about prevention and its benefits instead of tackling the issue after it has become a sizable obstacle arammos wrote August 28th 2007 at 00 41 Now we must help we must help Nothing more nothing less Global Voices Online Greece On Fire wrote August 28th 2007 at 01 17 an American living in Greece published a comprehensive post about what is taking place a lists of major fires the events leading up to it and what can graffic wrote August 28th 2007 at 01 59 From a national newspaper spanish one The ones who burn Spain 31 of the fires irresponsible farmers 13 of the area burned 21 thoughtless livestock farmer 26 of the area 2 The bad hunter 4 area 7 The unwise citizen 8 area 7 The arsonist 5 area 3 The guy with social problems 5 area 0 6 The guy with personal interests 0 3 area 3 The VIP 7 area This is a report from Greenpeace Spain 2007 I guess in Greece the arsonists gained some percent Kat wrote August 28th 2007 at 07 21 I don t doubt there is something amidst however I ve been living here too long to assign blanket blame to conspiracy This is never the only reason for why things happen i e placing second in Eurovision Sakis Rouvas in Turkey or the soccer team performing poorly or the metro failing when the Transport Minister rode to the airport the first time If part of it is arson the human mind is not something we can solve But I have a few questions Is it really arson Or is it someone playing out a bitter feud between families and fingerpointing his rival Will actual evidence be produced to support these arrests which purportedly have no criminal element i e an old woman with a BBQ How many times in the past have arrests been made only to not stick Will the Greek justice system truly bring people to justice in the end and how many years decades will that take i e Nov 17 I d rather see the time and money spent on helping people than investigating alleged and or imaginary crimes Even in the unlikely case of arson this does not absolve the government of its full responsibility for the people they profess to protect They are failing the people of Greece They took our votes they took our money they raise our taxes they took EU funds they made us promises and in return they gave us NOTHING It is less than insulting to tell someone their house is only worth 3 000 euros and a human life is only worth 10 000 euros while millions stand in the wings either unused or diverted to other interests And how do they have the nerve to fly to Brussels and ask the EU for 1 5 billion more Please Isn t there someone in this country with b s who will do the decent thing and be accountable or at the very least apologize At least earn our respect even if you ve lost our trust The people of Greece are strong and will help each other get through this even if our government will not We re used to it buruburu wrote August 28th 2007 at 11 17 I don t buy the assymetrical threat conspiracy theories Typical Greek reaction of blaming someone else for our problems This was going to happen eventually it was only a matter of time I m sure arsonists played a role but only a small one probably with the Ymettus fire But burning down all of ilia where s the economic angle in that According to SKAI news since June there have been 33 arrests of which 16 where due to negligence That s half I believe the heat wave and winds were a huge catalyst and yes peoples negligence provide a spark but these are things that will always happen and are somewhat predictable And that s why I put much of the blame on the government for lacking a comprehensive plan and it s becoming clear by now that the ad hoc movements of forces during the past few days are a result of badly organized institutions which are under funded Characteristically a volunteer firefighter yesterday in a talk show attended by the interior minister asked we have no idea of the hierarchy involved when setting out to fight fires Ironically the residents of rural Greece are partially to blame as well And this I base on reports of the negligence of people to clear out weeds which help fires move so quickly from one place to another Where is the local government Map Shortages Crispy Greece and Lola Granola Among Other Things Obi s Sister wrote August 28th 2007 at 16 33 by arsonists Or terrorists Much worse than the wildfires Georgia suffered earlier this year An American in Greece has the rigas wrote August 28th 2007 at 20 06 Your post is excellent I agree with you and buruburu This is not a question of conspiracy I was impressed by a small video on French TV showing the french firefighters and there was a greek firefighter saying he was happy to have professional people intervene The whole aspect of managing the close environment is still not a question that Greek people consider important But I do believe as the guy from WWF ini Athens declared that the fires are changing that PS With this I discovered both blogs yours and buruburu Excellent I wrote a paper on a journalists website in FR on the fires Παναγιώτης wrote August 28th 2007 at 20 43 Hi Kat Last March after an almost dry winter the PM and one of his ministers were declaring that all the necessary plans were elaborated to confront the oncoming difficult summer And now at least 60 people dead and unspecified number of missing ones I thought that Pilio Parnitha and

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  • Death and resurrection: Paschal journey, life journey
    when someone is quite ill or older there is foresight and you can prepare yourself talk to them say goodbye or at least slow down and know that their time may be coming But when someone is young strong healthy and suddenly they re gone you fall through a trap door and must somehow find a way to catch yourself It took some time for me to deal with the shock before I could even get to the grief I never thought I d be the oldest person in my family at such a young age It s been a huge lesson in acceptance My mom was 57 when she left and my dad 62 and I m grateful to have spent even one moment of one day in their company so in retrospect 30 years was a very long time G There s nothing wrong with crying once in awhile it can be very cleansing and cathartic You are a very joyful person and I think many who know and live this kind of happiness have also been very sad These opposites live side by side Maybe that sounds philosophical but it s true There was a time in my life when I lost my grandfather my role model my best friend and nearly my own life in 60 days And yet I could understand there was still joy in small things a home food friends health sunlight stars life itself So I understand what you mean when you say there is always something to be happy for There s a saying that goes something like If a man is not happy with one he will not be happy with two A lot of people don t like change because of the unknown and yet to change is so natural A seed does not stay the same it sprouts it grows it blossoms and then it dies But next year it comes back That s resurrection D Everyone deals with grief differently What I ve learned time and again is there is nothing to get over And what I mean by that is this person impacted and molded your life so they will always be an integral part of who you are In that way there is nothing to get over That s also what I mean about the creative process letting your life come back together in its own time and in new ways I love life too much which is why confronting adapting and accepting really work for me I run from nothing I embrace things that frighten me and I smile at my enemies What works for you may be very different There are times when we must let people go by mutual choice or not Some things do come to a natural end Sto kalo Cheryl wrote April 25th 2008 at 01 54 Great meaningful post Thank you Stavros wrote April 25th 2008 at 07 25 Kat Superbly written The best writing is always from the heart To live is to experience death and loss Unfortunately it is an unavoidable fact of life Two things make it bearable Our faith in God and the loving support of those kind souls around us Thank you SN maria v wrote April 25th 2008 at 10 15 you re right about losing someone unexpectedly i lost both my parents knowingly they were both very very sick in their last days their death was simply the inevitable by staying in greece i also feel i ve lost the chance to live the kind of life i had always to live academic serious but i have never regretted staying here sometimes i feel i don t belong to this place even though my parents were both born in hania but i m still here Kalo Pasxa Kat Stathis wrote April 25th 2008 at 16 30 Καλό Πάσχα και Καλή Ανάσταση Kat πολλά φιλιά EllasDevil wrote April 25th 2008 at 16 55 Καλή Ανάσταση και Καλό Πάσχα I ve read this post quite a few times and don t really know how to put into words an appropriate and fitting response but I know I echo the sentiments expressed by the commenters above Dora wrote April 25th 2008 at 21 20 Run from nothing embrace the fear smile at my enemies truly great ideas to live by Thank you for this post and the strength you ve given me today yeia sas Kat wrote April 26th 2008 at 18 05 George I received your message however your request was not specific and I do not dispense advice on the USA There are already plenty of websites filled with good reliable information out there It s not a matter of ignoring you It s a matter that I have thousands of readers and not enough time I started this site to stop requests for personalized advice and make a resource accessible to everyone to help themselves I have a full time job a part time job this site another part time job in which I am not paid a family and not enough time to give attention to close friends I ve had for decades If you d like to ask something specific post back and I ll write you a reply Thank you for your kind offer but I have my own connections and have plans to leave GR so I won t need them Kalo Pascha K wrote April 27th 2008 at 22 46 It is interesting that you suffer for Greece more than many of its citizens As one greek poet said wherever I go Greece hurts me biosios wrote April 28th 2008 at 11 30 great post Kat esp this Pascha is not only a time to mark the death of Christ and His resurrection but also a time to reflect on our own resurrection this is what Easter means to me mostly because i m not religious i m an atheist for the past 15 or so

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  • Conversations with my Greek guy
    I don t pretend otherwise though Thanks for the Saturday giggle melusina wrote June 16th 2007 at 18 33 This is why my husband and I use different soap Actually I don t like the soap he uses but it is more fun to say it is because of things like this Kat wrote June 17th 2007 at 10 41 DD Well I guess there s always one at least you admit it I thought you might find it funny Mel Soap segregation hmmm We have tried that but he ends up using mine and leaving his I think occasional sparring is funny P S My F read this post and laughed Your comment Name required E Mail Required not published Website optional Click to cancel reply Notify me of follow up comments via e mail HTML Tags a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite strike strong Greek News RT PGiannakouris Clouds over the ancient Acropolis hill Ap photo Petros Giannakouris https t co jFy9mSPzNA RT nytimesworld Tales of break ins burglaries and robberies accompany the Greek debt crisis http t co dPVxf6vOb2 http t co diLJm39OQa RT graemewearden Greek parliament approves bailout reform package as it happened http t co qs5iiGi4Ju http t co 64IhO9LCts RT TheEconomist Here is an effort to explain the Greek deal in all its absurdity http t co M5vRLtUHr3 http t co a245q6cV6h Banks open today in Greece but many limitations and capital controls still in place naftemporikigr http t co JgPaqMcgIK RT TheEconomist No means yes Signing a humiliating agreement is just the start for Greece http t co UyDFKUZ6rB http t co G26avOjX3E RT graemewearden Greek crisis Protests in Athens ahead of tonight s bailout vote live Photos Reuters AP http t co qpBFeTSk6F http Follow livingingreece Best of 1 KTEL Buses of Greece 2 Acquiring EU citizenship through ancestry or naturalization 3 Jobs and salaries in Athens Greece 4 Free Greek language lessons 5 Best places to work in Greece 6 Should I move to Greece 7 Taste of America in Greece 8 How to start a business in Greece 9 Athens Greece Cost of living Best of An American in Athens 1 Four songs in Greek that make me cry 2 Why don t you speak Greek fluently 3 Thanks to Greece I ve been reunified with myself 4 More windows on Greek TV than my house 5 Cockroaches and courthouses leases and landlords in Athens 6 Girl of the Greek green clover 7 The nightbird For Americans non EU citizens 1 How Americans non EU citizens can get a permit to live and work in Greece 2 Common jobs for English speaking foreigners in Greece 3 Jobs at the American Embassy in Greece 4 Overstaying a visa in Greece 5 Residence work permit for American non EU family members of Greek EU citizens 6 FAQ Greek work and or residence permits 7 Value of a university degree in

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  • It’s time to play, “Name that Dimitri”
    husband does for me to remember people especially when he has multiple friends with the same name is to pick out character personality traits of each person that I pick up on and use that when talking about them ie Yiannis drums his fingers when he talks Or when I think someone looks like a U S friend of mine ah Elias the Mark guy I m big on giving people funny nicknames ie Mr Wears Pants Too Small so that helps too don t worry I give myself equally funny nicknames I don t do it to be cruel really My husband just knows better than to say someone only by name As far as difficulty pronouncing surnames I LOVE these long Greek surnames They are so much fun and I love saying them properly And sure maybe Papadopoulos is like Smith to Greeks but it sounds so much more glamorous But I do think it is more common for people especially in families to have the same names in Greece than it is in the U S even though popular names go through cycles in America It is simply because of the Greek naming tradition which I think is kinda nice albeit confusing to outsiders Still it makes for lots of naming fun Kat wrote August 12th 2007 at 14 27 I appreciate your comment because it perhaps clarified things for people who misunderstood the post Because of the naming tradition in Greece where grandchildren are named after the grandparents many people from the same family of the same generation have the same name I realize other countries may follow the same tradition but I m in Greece so I m talking about Greece in comparison to America where I m from or Sweden or other countries in which citizens do not follow the same path So I could be with my fiance s family and there are 5 Kostas with the same surname last name I am also good friends with Nikos and some of his cousins so they all have the same name too I try to narrow it by profession but this is not a foolproof method I try to avoid nicknames unless they re endearing to the person in question because some are easily offended even though these same people use slightly offensive nicknames for me And that s the ironic thing Even though my name and surname are unique I m still given nicknames or designated by qualities The girl from California the foreign one the pineapple cutting woman I agree with you Mel I always loved the fact saying Alexandropoulos immediately identified someone s family as originating from Pyrgos and first names such as Athanasios originate from saints and mean something It s wonderful to just say your name and have history familiarity and significance instantly associated My first name was given to me for no special reason and my surname actually isn t ours but belonged to a family who let

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  • How to file a complaint about Greece with the EU
    diaspora not living in Greece to call Athenians unfriendly and manipulative but a non Greek living in Greece full time must disclose details on his background and reasons or an outside cause for stating his opinion That s chauvinistic Foreigners in Greece and Greeks deemed not Greek enough are in a difficult position If we say how glorious things are we are called clueless tourists who don t know how things work If we say anything less than flattering we are called ungrateful or traitors and told to go home even if what we re saying is factual and Greece is our home I find the people most sensitive to the latter are Greeks living outside Greece who only visit the patrida on vacation or may have lived here a brief period and native born Greeks who leave the patrida and come back Is it so difficult to believe that a country discriminating against its own native born women could also be rude to foreigners Racism discrimination chauvinism and nationalism aren t born overnight and saying it is very free here or it s Greek pride as an explanation for bad behavior borders on egoism If I had a dime for everything said about Americans but instead I just let it roll off my back I closed comments on this post because the same discussion has played out 100 times on my website and there is no winner I pray that we all have better things to do Sorry comments are closed at this time Greek News RT PGiannakouris Clouds over the ancient Acropolis hill Ap photo Petros Giannakouris https t co jFy9mSPzNA RT nytimesworld Tales of break ins burglaries and robberies accompany the Greek debt crisis http t co dPVxf6vOb2 http t co diLJm39OQa RT graemewearden Greek parliament approves bailout reform package as it happened http t co qs5iiGi4Ju http t co 64IhO9LCts RT TheEconomist Here is an effort to explain the Greek deal in all its absurdity http t co M5vRLtUHr3 http t co a245q6cV6h Banks open today in Greece but many limitations and capital controls still in place naftemporikigr http t co JgPaqMcgIK RT TheEconomist No means yes Signing a humiliating agreement is just the start for Greece http t co UyDFKUZ6rB http t co G26avOjX3E RT graemewearden Greek crisis Protests in Athens ahead of tonight s bailout vote live Photos Reuters AP http t co qpBFeTSk6F http Follow livingingreece Best of 1 KTEL Buses of Greece 2 Acquiring EU citizenship through ancestry or naturalization 3 Jobs and salaries in Athens Greece 4 Free Greek language lessons 5 Best places to work in Greece 6 Should I move to Greece 7 Taste of America in Greece 8 How to start a business in Greece 9 Athens Greece Cost of living Best of An American in Athens 1 Four songs in Greek that make me cry 2 Why don t you speak Greek fluently 3 Thanks to Greece I ve been reunified with myself 4 More windows on

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  • European Ombudsman: Complaints about the EU
    Cedex France 2 By telephone 33 0 3 88 17 23 13 3 By fax 33 0 3 88 17 90 62 4 Website www ombudsman europa eu 5 File online Online complaint form These languages are available Czech Danish Dutch English Estonian Finnish French German Greek Hungarian Irish Italian Latvian Lithuanian Maltese Polish Portuguese Slovak Slovene Spanish and Swedish Other articles After I published this article in October 2007 Kathimerini followed and did a similar story in May 2008 with a Q A about Greece Note The ombudsman is Greek and his name is P Nikoforos Diamondouros Permalink No comments yet Your comment Name required E Mail Required not published Website optional Click to cancel reply Notify me of follow up comments via e mail HTML Tags a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite strike strong Greek News RT PGiannakouris Clouds over the ancient Acropolis hill Ap photo Petros Giannakouris https t co jFy9mSPzNA RT nytimesworld Tales of break ins burglaries and robberies accompany the Greek debt crisis http t co dPVxf6vOb2 http t co diLJm39OQa RT graemewearden Greek parliament approves bailout reform package as it happened http t co qs5iiGi4Ju http t co 64IhO9LCts RT TheEconomist Here is an effort to explain the Greek deal in all its absurdity http t co M5vRLtUHr3 http t co a245q6cV6h Banks open today in Greece but many limitations and capital controls still in place naftemporikigr http t co JgPaqMcgIK RT TheEconomist No means yes Signing a humiliating agreement is just the start for Greece http t co UyDFKUZ6rB http t co G26avOjX3E RT graemewearden Greek crisis Protests in Athens ahead of tonight s bailout vote live Photos Reuters AP http t co qpBFeTSk6F http Follow livingingreece Best of 1 KTEL Buses of Greece 2 Acquiring EU citizenship through ancestry or naturalization 3 Jobs and salaries in Athens Greece 4 Free Greek language lessons 5 Best places to work in Greece 6 Should I move to Greece 7 Taste of America in Greece 8 How to start a business in Greece 9 Athens Greece Cost of living Best of An American in Athens 1 Four songs in Greek that make me cry 2 Why don t you speak Greek fluently 3 Thanks to Greece I ve been reunified with myself 4 More windows on Greek TV than my house 5 Cockroaches and courthouses leases and landlords in Athens 6 Girl of the Greek green clover 7 The nightbird For Americans non EU citizens 1 How Americans non EU citizens can get a permit to live and work in Greece 2 Common jobs for English speaking foreigners in Greece 3 Jobs at the American Embassy in Greece 4 Overstaying a visa in Greece 5 Residence work permit for American non EU family members of Greek EU citizens 6 FAQ Greek work and or residence permits 7 Value of a university degree in Greece For Greek citizens 1 Greek citizenship by claim of

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