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    Re: 991 Turbo S - Short Driving Report (owner)

    keithos27:

    Nice, good luck!  :)

    It may be the last lottery year. You should have seen us: During our stay in Miami, a friend from Nashville called and while we were talking, he asked me if I entered the Green Card diversity lottery this year. I forgot about it and the deadline was November 2nd. It was October 30th. We needed four photos and these photos needed to be in a certain way (size, no shadows, background, no photoshopping, etc.). I took a couple of dozen of photos of me, the kids and the wife with my iPhone(!) and chose four photos, which were apparently fine(the US government has a special online verification tool for these photos). So I completed the survey and uploaded the photos and entered the lottery from our hotel room in Miami. Smiley Now we have to wait until May 1st 2014...this is when the lottery results come in.

    Sorry for being off-topic but this is the first time we "played" the Green Card lottery and I am very excited. Smiley


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    Re: 991 Turbo S - Short Driving Report (owner)

    Good luck with the process! - Got my Green Card in 2006 and not looked back (at the UK)!


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    Re: 991 Turbo S - Short Driving Report (owner)

    Anyone know when the sport tailpipes will be available?  I don't see them in the online configurator (hardtop or cabriolet).


    Re: 991 Turbo S - Short Driving Report (owner)

    RC:
    Sorry for being off-topic but this is the first time we "played" the Green Card lottery and I am very excited. Smiley

    Good luck!  Conversely, I am in the process of applying for dual German citizenship while keeping my US (my Dad was born in Berlin).


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    Re: 991 Turbo S - Short Driving Report (owner)

    RC:
    "Cheap", loud, good looking and comfortable too.

    That also describes a lot of the Miami residents... :)


    Re: 991 Turbo S - Short Driving Report (owner)

    RC:
    keithos27:

    Nice, good luck!  :)

    It may be the last lottery year. You should have seen us: During our stay in Miami, a friend from Nashville called and while we were talking, he asked me if I entered the Green Card diversity lottery this year. I forgot about it and the deadline was November 2nd. It was October 30th. We needed four photos and these photos needed to be in a certain way (size, no shadows, background, no photoshopping, etc.). I took a couple of dozen of photos of me, the kids and the wife with my iPhone(!) and chose four photos, which were apparently fine(the US government has a special online verification tool for these photos). So I completed the survey and uploaded the photos and entered the lottery from our hotel room in Miami. Smiley Now we have to wait until May 1st 2014...this is when the lottery results come in.

    Sorry for being off-topic but this is the first time we "played" the Green Card lottery and I am very excited. Smiley

    I hope you know that as a US green card holder you have to pay US federal income tax on your world wide income, with a 95K USD deductible. The same rules apply to US citizens and US green card holders. 


    Re: 991 Turbo S - Short Driving Report (owner)

    andyFE:

    I hope you know that as a US green card holder you have to pay US federal income tax on your world wide income, with a 95K USD deductible. The same rules apply to US citizens and US green card holders. 

    Isn't there something like a double-tax agreement?


    Re: 991 Turbo S - Short Driving Report (owner)

    There are tax agreements in place for most developed countries with the USA so you don't pay double taxes. But it does get rather complicated.


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    Re: 991 Turbo S - Short Driving Report (owner)

    I met a US green card lottery winner. She is a former Miss Latvia and now sells....metal palm trees in the US. or so she says.....

    Anyway good luck, hope you win!

     

     


    Re: 991 Turbo S - Short Driving Report (owner)

    RC:
    SciFrog:

    The perfect car for Miami is the Ferrari California. That's why I got one 😛

    Nope. It is the F-type V8 S in my opinion. "Cheap", loud, good looking and comfortable too.

    I would rather get a Gallardo Spider than a California for similar money.

    I get your point though but to each his own I guess. Smiley

    No room for kids... Bentley? Only if you are over 70... I should have said the perfect daily driver car for Miami is the California. The perfect fun car right now? I would have to be a Singer. I would even take one over any supercar. In Miami, I would loose my license in days in a supercar.


    Re: 991 Turbo S - Short Driving Report (owner)

    andyFE:
    RC:
    keithos27:

    Nice, good luck!  :)

    It may be the last lottery year. You should have seen us: During our stay in Miami, a friend from Nashville called and while we were talking, he asked me if I entered the Green Card diversity lottery this year. I forgot about it and the deadline was November 2nd. It was October 30th. We needed four photos and these photos needed to be in a certain way (size, no shadows, background, no photoshopping, etc.). I took a couple of dozen of photos of me, the kids and the wife with my iPhone(!) and chose four photos, which were apparently fine(the US government has a special online verification tool for these photos). So I completed the survey and uploaded the photos and entered the lottery from our hotel room in Miami. Smiley Now we have to wait until May 1st 2014...this is when the lottery results come in.

    Sorry for being off-topic but this is the first time we "played" the Green Card lottery and I am very excited. Smiley

    I hope you know that as a US green card holder you have to pay US federal income tax on your world wide income, with a 95K USD deductible. The same rules apply to US citizens and US green card holders. 

    Not only that but you need to reside in the US for at least 6 of any 18 months period else you loose it.

     

    RC do you have lottery application and acceptance numbers for german citizens? A few years ago for France it was 400 spots for 800 applications...


    Re: 991 Turbo S - Short Driving Report (owner)

    Me and my wife are running under a different citizenship in the lottery since we both were born in a different country.

    Yes, there will be some issues with moving to the US immediately (within 6 months I think) if we win the lottery, we will take a lawyer to help with an extension of the time frame (up to two years are possible but you need an importsnt reason for that). 

    Right now, we are not even thinking about what will happen if we win. After we win, if we win, we will take care of the details and any possible issues along the way. A friend of ours had his Green Card for over seven years before they actually took it from him (unfortunately during an entry attempt to NY, he had to return back to Germany) and he didn't even have an address in the US, believe it or not. Apparently the US authoroties do not monitor the exit of citizens or Green Card holders as much as they do with foreigners and/or visa holders.

    Our main concern are actually the kids, we would want them to finish their school in Germany. 

    To keep the Green Card "valid", we need an address in the US, we need to enter the US at least once a year (so there is evidence of our presence there) and most important, I need to file my tax documents to the IRS  every year. These are the minimum requirements not to risk to loose the Green Card. Of course this doesn't mean we couldn't get in trouble since the Green Card actually requires a 'real' immigration within 6 months (or up to 2 years depending on an official extension approval). This is why a lawyer will be important to get everything right, I do not want to do anything illegal. This would be a bad start into a new life in a new country.


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    Re: 991 Turbo S - Short Driving Report (owner)

    Why do you want To move to the USA?

    Are things really that bad in Germany? Just curious...


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    Re: 991 Turbo S - Short Driving Report (owner)

    ag23:

    Why do you want To move to the USA?

    Are things really that bad in Germany? Just curious...

    The grass is always greener on the other side.

    I cannot be privy to the thoughts of others, but as general observation people tend to fall for places they go on holiday to, when everything is nice and relaxed. Plus people tend to become aware of the success stories of foreigners in other countries, but sometimes fail to see the downside.

    And anyway in the USA someone cannot become the President unless born there, so there would be no interest indecision

     


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    Re: 991 Turbo S - Short Driving Report (owner)

    reginos:
    ag23:

    Why do you want To move to the USA?

    Are things really that bad in Germany? Just curious...

    The grass is always greener on the other side.

    I cannot be privy to the thoughts of others, but as general observation people tend to fall for places they go on holiday to, when everything is nice and relaxed. Plus people tend to become aware of the success stories of foreigners in other countries, but sometimes fail to see the downside.

    And anyway in the USA someone cannot become the President unless born there, so there would be no interest indecision

     


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    "Form follows function"

    Agreed.

    I could see myelf and my family living in France, Germany or Austria for example. Even Italy is not bad at all IMHO.

    BUT, USA? Well... NO.

    Why?

    Answer is little bit too complicated. My first cousin lives for years now in SF and works at excellent biotech company there. Excellent income and he owns a nice house in very good part of SF, his kids goes to nice privat school etc. Just... He already made an decision to return to Croatia within next 10 years or so. Yes, USA is a good place for someone with excellent education degree(he has PhD in Genetics) since some USA companies are constantly seeking that kind of new employees. For me cultural differences are simply said way too big. To visit USA once a year is more then enough for me.

    No disrespect here towards USA here. Just, I love good old Europe much, much more...


    Re: 991 Turbo S - Short Driving Report (owner)

    RC:

    There are all kinds of ways to have an address in US,you can rent a cheap apartment in middle class neighborhood or even less $ will cost a forwarding address.

    For example: http://www.abcvirtualoffices.com/

    ...and you too can "live in Beverly Hills"....Smiley


    Re: 991 Turbo S - Short Driving Report (owner)

    RC and others, be careful what you post here about ways to "play games" with immigration laws.  Web is public, as you know.

    RC, millions and millions immigrated to the US and are happy here. You are a brilliant man and will make a reasoned decision whichever decision you make...


    Re: 991 Turbo S - Short Driving Report (owner)

    KresoF1:
     

    I could see myelf and my family living in France, Germany or Austria for example. Even Italy is not bad at all IMHO.

     

    France only if you have no or little income taxes to pay. The communists rule in France Smiley Let's see what they will end up with in 2-3 years Smiley The damage to France is enormous, I think.


    Re: 991 Turbo S - Short Driving Report (owner)

    Wonderbar:

    RC and others, be careful what you post here about ways to "play games" with immigration laws.  Web is public, as you know.

    RC, millions and millions immigrated to the US and are happy here. You are a brilliant man and will make a reasoned decision whichever decision you make...

    Sydney, I know. I am not trying to "play" with immigration laws. If I win the lottery, I want everything to be 100% legal. Like I said, I don't want to start off into a new future based on a lie or whatever. This is why I will take a lawyer (this is very common) to make sure I am 100% legally OK.

    Speaking of the "why": I am not born in Germany and I have a different, very US-like, mentality. Always had lots of friends from the US and I feel connected to them. I also always feel at home whenever I am in the US, it is difficult to explain but it feels natural. Of course I know that not everything is nice and shiny in the US but I do not like it in Europe too much, I have my issues with mentalities, especially when it comes to money and economics. 

    I think I said it before: Germans (and many Europeans) have a capitalist mind, a socialist heart and a communist soul. I have a capitalist mind, heart and soul. Smiley Don't get me wrong, I'm not against social aid or welfare but there is a certain mentality in Europe which has strong socialist tendencies and they get stronger and stronger. The fact that many former Warsaw Pact countries actually have a leftist government proves my point. People never seem to learn in Europe and the current crisis has aggravated the mentality and feelings further to a more (state) "controlled" environment. I know that Obama kind of started a similar movement in the US but I also know that the American mentality still has the word "freedom" high up in the hierarchy, so there is still hope. Smiley Also Europeans love to play the morale card when it comes to wars and military actions or even the current NSA crisis but actually they always let the Americans do the dirty jobs, worked with them hand in hand and afterwards often collected the credit for it (this is a fact, I worked in diplomacy and I wish I could say more but unfortunately I'm still bound to... Smiley). So while the public thinks that the US are the bad buys, Europeans actually do the same. The current NSA "espionage" outrage is ridiculous and is intended to calm down the public only since all European intelligence services actually work with each other very closely. Even the French who were always a little bit "outside" the game play the same game. The reason why Germany (or any other EU country) don't want Snowden to provide more details to politicians over here is simple: They know this would create some serious problems for their own intelligence services and politicians. This has nothing to do with damaging the US/EU relationship, this has something to do with the truth coming out. Snowden apparently doesn't have a clue how close the tires between US intelligence and European intelligence services were and still are. All the data collected by PRISM was provided to "very friendly" agencies too, so the European outrage about PRISM and other espionage programs is a joke.

    Now I stop...bottom line is: I like Europe but I do not like the direction it is heading to. I want a different life for my kids. We come from a communist country and we know what it means to live in such a system, not more stuff like that for us, never again. I see the future in the US, not in Europe. Sorry.

    Btw: Those who immigrated to the US and don't feel at home there or seem to have issues made a huge mistake. They didn't adapt. I know so many people who immigrated, not only from Germany. Many do not feel good in the US and you know why? Because they stick with their own nationals, they do not try to get American friends, they stick with Germans, Austrians, Russians, Romanians, always their own nationality. They even watch TV in their language (paying big bucks to get their national programs on TV in the US), they read newspapers in their language, they go to shops owned by nationals of their countries and so on. So why the heck did they actually move to the US? Smiley Sorry but this can't work.

    A good friend of my wife, she works as a doctor on a US military base in the US and is married to a guy of her own nationality, has given birth to a child four years ago. Guess what: The child know speaks better their "former" language than English. They kept the old traditions, which isn't necessarily bad but if you want to start a new life, you have to adapt. They always travel to their "homeland" once a year and they always wonder why me and my wife haven't been there for years. Like I said before, I do not get it. Why move to the US if you actually live your "old" life? Doesn't make sense to me at all.


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    Re: 991 Turbo S - Short Driving Report (owner)

    MKSGR:
    KresoF1:
     

    I could see myelf and my family living in France, Germany or Austria for example. Even Italy is not bad at all IMHO.

     

    France only if you have no or little income taxes to pay. The communists rule in France Smiley Let's see what they will end up with in 2-3 years Smiley The damage to France is enormous, I think.

    Miami is FULL of French and Italians...very rich people (I am a little fart compared to them Smiley). I wonder why. Smiley


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    RC (Germany) - Rennteam Editor Porsche 991 Turbo S, Cayenne GTS (958), BMW X3 35d (2013)


    Re: 991 Turbo S - Short Driving Report (owner)

    reginos:
    ag23:

    Why do you want To move to the USA?

    Are things really that bad in Germany? Just curious...

    The grass is always greener on the other side.

    I cannot be privy to the thoughts of others, but as general observation people tend to fall for places they go on holiday to, when everything is nice and relaxed. Plus people tend to become aware of the success stories of foreigners in other countries, but sometimes fail to see the downside.

    And anyway in the USA someone cannot become the President unless born there, so there would be no interest indecision

     


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    "Form follows function"

    True but in our case, things are different. We are in the US at least 2x per year...for the past 20 years or so. We have friends there, we know people who immigrated. We know that not everything is perfect and that US mentality is very different to the European one. 

    Let me give you an example: My wife works as a doctor in Germany. She gets, in average, 40 EUR per three months work per patient. What would a US doctor do for let's say 60 USD? Would he treat a patient for 60 bucks over a period of three months, no matter how often the patient visits his practice? I doubt it. Payment is a joke, unless you are specialized and have 150-200 patients per day (no joke).

    Then, let's take a look at my business: I basically live from investments, not from my business. My business has become a hobby. Not really something I would have hoped for.

    No, I have no absurd dreams about a future in the US. I just want to live in a better weather (warm) environment (I hate the weather over here in Germany) and I want to provide my kids with a better (brighter) future. I do not think that Europe is the right place for that, unless you are REALLY rich (which I am not).

    Now back to TOPIC: Since yesterday, I have winter tires on my Turbo S (Pirelli Sottozero Winter with N designation). There seems to be a slight understeer with these tires but they are still new, so I have to evaluate them when I have a couple of hundreds of kms on them.


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    Re: 991 Turbo S - Short Driving Report (owner)

    RC:

    Our main concern are actually the kids, we would want them to finish their school in Germany. 

    It would probably be easier for them to assimilate here, while they're still young. What grades are they in?
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    Re: 991 Turbo S - Short Driving Report (owner)

    RC, we need more immigrants like you into the U.S. 


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    Re: 991 Turbo S - Short Driving Report (owner)

    MKSGR:
    KresoF1:
     

    I could see myelf and my family living in France, Germany or Austria for example. Even Italy is not bad at all IMHO.

     

    France only if you have no or little income taxes to pay. The communists rule in France Smiley Let's see what they will end up with in 2-3 years Smiley The damage to France is enormous, I think.

    Hmm... I work in wine business and I am at least 5 times a year in Burgundy, Recently, I had a nice dinner with very, very wealthy family from Burgundy(they payed over 25mil Euro for tiny piece of one Grand Cru vineyard year ago in Burgundy) and we talked about who runs French politics these days... They do not intend to move to USA or something else... But, they will make a nice donation to some more right wing political parties in France for next ellections. Also, very interesting thing is that thier USA sales in droping each year by year. USA is no longer a dream market for fancy stuff. New import dream market for expensive French wine is China(with Hong Kong as leader).

    I also met in Rhone region two winemakers from California who recently moved to France(!!). They claim that life in USA is not good any more, especially after September 11th events and that only industry that makes sense in USA(on big scale) is arms industry.

    So, different people, different views...


    Re: 991 Turbo S - Short Driving Report (owner)

    SoCal Alan:
    RC:

    Our main concern are actually the kids, we would want them to finish their school in Germany. 

    It would probably be easier for them to assimilate here, while they're still young. What grades are they in?

    Kids are 10 and 13.


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    Re: 991 Turbo S - Short Driving Report (owner)

    KresoF1:
    Hmm... I work in wine business and I am at least 5 times a year in Burgundy, Recently, I had a nice dinner with very, very wealthy family from Burgundy(they payed over 25mil Euro for tiny piece of one Grand Cru vineyard year ago in Burgundy) and we talked about who runs French politics these days... They do not intend to move to USA or something else... But, they will make a nice donation to some more right wing political parties in France for next ellections. Also, very interesting thing is that thier USA sales in droping each year by year. USA is no longer a dream market for fancy stuff. New import dream market for expensive French wine is China(with Hong Kong as leader).

    I also met in Rhone region two winemakers from California who recently moved to France(!!). They claim that life in USA is not good any more, especially after September 11th events and that only industry that makes sense in USA(on big scale) is arms industry.

    So, different people, different views...

    Trust me, I would rather move to China or Iran than to France, so you can already see my mentality here. Smiley Smiley (no offense meant but French mentality is very similar to German mentality if you exclude South France). Btw: I speak French, my wife even fluently and still...no thanks. 


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    Re: 991 Turbo S - Short Driving Report (owner)

    I think that this debate needs to end in this thread. We can discuss further in off-topic section...

    Back OT-how are you pleased with front LED lights overall? I am interested since I will get the same car and I did not drive it at night.


    Re: 991 Turbo S - Short Driving Report (owner)

    KresoF1:

    I think that this debate needs to end in this thread. We can discuss further in off-topic section...

    Back OT-how are you pleased with front LED lights overall? I am interested since I will get the same car and I did not drive it at night.

    Sorry about that...back to topic, you are right. Smiley

    The LED lights are great, I wouldn't want to miss them. The light is bright and very uniform, I really like it. It is also slightly brighter in color than the usual Bi-Xenon light and the PDLS works like a charm (I set it to auto mode and it works great). You will love it at night, amazing light and brightness. Smiley


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    Re: 991 Turbo S - Short Driving Report (owner)

    Feel free to move the posts...


    Funny enough I have met two french winemakers who only think about selling and going somewhere else. They've had it with taxes and expensive labor.

    In the USA, in big cities, cultural differences are non existent since you can exclusively see the group of people you want. Definitely in NYC and Miami.


    Re: 991 Turbo S - Short Driving Report (owner)

    reginos:

    And anyway in the USA someone cannot become the President unless born there, so there would be no interest indecision

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    "Form follows function"

    Intersting point - Ted Cruz who was born in Canada is planning to run for President (claiming to be a natural citizen at birth due to his parent being a US citizen).  May be challenged in the courts...


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