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How is France and Germany different from United States?

How is France and Germany different from United States? Topic: france homework
July 16, 2019 / By Jannine
Question: I need 5 facts atleast. This is totally urgent LOL.I'm lazy and I need to finish my homework now! :D Thanks! I need 5 FACTS. hello! For example: Us: In South America Germany and France: In Europe. Like THAT. People i need HELP. Lol, thanks but more info plz!
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Ethna Ethna | 5 days ago
French and German use euro we use $$$ We speak English they speak German and French. Germany loves Turks, France loves Armenians, USA loves Latinos
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Ethna Originally Answered: Schengen visa refused for France, approved for Germany, can I travel to france from germany?
Yes. A valid Schengen visa gives you the right to travel to any country in the Schengen zone regardless of prior denials. Note that when you applied for a German visa, you declared that your intent was visiting Germany, not France. Spending your entire time in France could theoretically be considered a violation of your visa rules and could be a reason to deny you a subsequent visa. However these rules are extremely hard to enforce (unless of course you admit to such a violation yourself when applying for the subsequent visa).

Claudie Claudie
France is in Europe. People in France speak french. People in France have different traditions. People in France eat different food. In France they have different monuments.
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Becka Becka
They're on a different continent. They're a different shape. They have a different political leader. The people speak a different language. I don't live there.
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Becka Originally Answered: Is the FE and PE valid throughout the United States?
The FE is recognized in every state and US territory. If you pass the FE exam in, say, Guam, you can apply for license in any other state, provided you meet the work experience requirements. With the PE, it's different. The PE exam, administered by NCEES, is the same in every state; you may even sit for an exam in one state while applying for a licence in another. States, however, are free to impose additional requirements. Many states require applicants to pass the Engineering Law and Ethics exam in addition to the PE. Civil Engineering applicants in California, in addition the Law and Ethics, which everyone has to pass, also have to pass Surveying and Seismic exams. Once you have a Professional Engineer licence you can only practice Engineering in the state that issued your licence. So, if you have PE in Georgia, you cannot practice engineering in Tennessee, or New York, or Florida or any other state or US Territory. Some states can theoretically go after you for passing around your business cards with the P.E. initials after your name if you don't have a licence in that state. You can apply for a licence in another state by reciprocity. You won't have to take the PE exam again, but you will have to satisfy the additional requirements the state imposes on the applicants. If you're planning to practice Engineering in many states you may apply for a Model PE status from the NCEES which will confirm your credentials to any state that you apply for a licence. This makes getting the licences in other states easier. Additionally, many states require Professional Engineers to meet the continuing education requirements. These requirements vary widely state to state; classes approved for Continuing Education Credits in one state may not necessarily be approved in another. You must satisfy the Continuing Education requirements in every state where you have your licence. Until about 20 years ago some states granted Professional Engineer licences via the Experience and Evaluation process. I believe Vermont was one of the last ones to do so. I have a distant relative who got his PE that way in 1996; it so happens that his VT PE licence number is only a few numbers from mine. The licences granted this way, however, are not "portable," other states will not recognize them when applying for reciprocity. I passed the FE exam in 1989 in New York. In 1994, when I applied sit for a PE in Vermont I attached a copy of my NY EIT Certificate to my application. I got my Vermont PE licence in the Summer of 1996 and immediately applied for a New York licence, which I got in the fall of that year.

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