It wasn't just an ordinary thief because he didn't just go for monetary items, he also went for documents I worked so hard to gain. For instance, he took all my passports including the old one. Took every form of identification I possibly had. If not for my new residence permit that was due for collection in a week, I would have been so screwed. I wouldn't have even been able to get the police on board to at least document that my passports were stolen and that I was robbed, nor would I have been able to get money from the bank to survive. I knew the person was not going to use my license to practice as a physiotherapist in Hungary, but he took it. It took me 3 extra months after my normal programme to acquire that license. Most of my colleagues finished their study and left, but I kind of projected into the future a bit and decided it was worth it to put in some extra time to get that. It took me some voluntary work experience, extra expenses and a lot of strategizing. I worked so hard for that ish, and the person probably just took it and dumped them in a bin because he'd need my degree as well for it to be valid.