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 on: September 20, 2018, 12:23:09 pm 
Started by Hoysala - Last post by vishal123
Update From a similar situatuin in another thread!!

Hello,

Its been a long wait period, and we finally have the information we need.

1. firstly, the so called 'Authorised Representatives' were of no use, as they barely did anythign to help us out.
2. through some research and phone calls to different courts, we finally got the information on our own that we were supposed to contact the District Attorney (Amtsanwaltschaft) in frankfurt. As this issue happed in frankfurt, and we were supposed to recieve information from them. Their link to their office is as below. There will be similar offices for different cities.

Google this - staatsanwaltschaften hessen frankfurt


3. when contacted the public prosecutor, they informed us that the matter has been closed. Below is their exact reply via email (Personal Details Blocked out). Official document will be sent by post.

"Dear Mr. XXXXXXXXXX,
 
Your file got the Registration number XXXXXXXXXXX:
the file was closed without any punishment for you and there will be no consequences for you from the Amtsanwaltschaft.
 
 
Mit freundlichen Grüßen/Sincerely
 
XXXXXXX
Oberamtsanwältin"

 2 
 on: September 20, 2018, 12:20:34 pm 
Started by vishal123 - Last post by vishal123
Update!! Grin

Hello,

Its been a long wait period, and we finally have the information we need.

1. firstly, the so called 'Authorised Representatives' were of no use, as they barely did anythign to help us out.
2. through some research and phone calls to different courts, we finally got the information on our own that we were supposed to contact the District Attorney (Amtsanwaltschaft) in frankfurt. As this issue happed in frankfurt, and we were supposed to recieve information from them. Their link to their office is as below. There will be similar offices for different cities.

Google this - staatsanwaltschaften hessen frankfurt


3. when contacted the public prosecutor, they informed us that the matter has been closed. Below is their exact reply via email (Personal Details Blocked out). Official document will be sent by post.

"Dear Mr. XXXXXXXXXX,
 
Your file got the Registration number XXXXXXXXXXX:
the file was closed without any punishment for you and there will be no consequences for you from the Amtsanwaltschaft.
 
 
Mit freundlichen Grüßen/Sincerely
 
XXXXXXX
Oberamtsanwältin"

 3 
 on: September 08, 2018, 06:00:01 pm 
Started by Abelaine - Last post by Abelaine
Hi guys! Thank you for helping me in advance. I am filipino citizen. I am overstay for almost 4 months. The purpose of leaving Italy because I have opportunity in Asia. Does affect my processing of visa to other country because in my passport they will show my overstay stamp? What stamp they will put in my passport once i depart from Rome airport?

 4 
 on: September 03, 2018, 11:27:01 am 
Started by thanebob - Last post by thanebob
Hello,

I am a US citizen currently in Lithuania where I have applied for my student visa at the german consulate (a M.A student in Germany).

My 90 days is expiring soon, and this is the reason I have applied for my student visa rather than arriving to Germany and getting my residence permit there are US citizens can do.

My 90 days may run out before I can receive my student visa. Should I just stay in the schengen until I receive or leave with a few days left so that I can fly back into Lithuania when it is ready?

Thanks.

 5 
 on: August 28, 2018, 02:21:58 pm 
Started by robiitw - Last post by robiitw
My girlfriend has a Danish residence permit. She came to Romania on the 20th of January, left for a day to Hungary on 10th of March, came back the same day then left Romania on the 13th of April.

She came back on the 14th Of August, and they told her she can only stay for about 35 days (because it counts backwards to February, and she's been here for 55 days from February to April).

If she leaves the country for a day in the middle of September an comes back, will she have another month left? (Because it should count from March then, and she's been here 1 month from March to April + the month she stayed now from August to September).


Thanks and have a nice day!

 6 
 on: August 16, 2018, 07:36:11 am 
Started by Niryl - Last post by Niryl
HI!

I and my host family in Denmark applied for a residence permit for Au Pair. After 2 weeks, I got a refusal letter. The reasons for the refusal are the following:

(translated by google)
1. "you are searing with a different purpose with your stay than intended with the au pair scheme"
2. "the desired stay does not have a natural connection with your past life"

I don't understand the reason for refusal. I have 2 years and 6 months of working experience in community organizing. My work were all temporary and contractual. And my purpose is also for cultural exchange.

I already appealed against the decision. The immigration had also sent a letter to my host family after a month informing them about my appeal status in which they also sent a support letter. Does anybody here has an idea how long does it take for an appeal? Your respone is highly appreciated.

Regards,
Niryl

 7 
 on: August 13, 2018, 07:31:53 am 
Started by Canadiantryingtoavoidaban - Last post by Canadiantryingtoavoidaban
Hey guys, thanks for helping me out with this unique situation in advance. I wish I found this forum when I made the rash decisions to stay in Europe without digging deeper into the details.

I'm a Canadian citizen who's been in Europe for 7 months now. I arrived in January on a 6 month French student visa and decided to stay in Italy for the summer.

I'm realizing now that I was probably misinformed that I could simply begin my 90 day tourist visa in Italy right after my French one expired.

I haven't left the Schengen region since April and I arrived in Italy at the beginning of June.

Have I been overstaying for a month now and will I be in trouble at departure no matter what? If I remain in Italy for another month, will my punishment likely be much more severe or is one month or two months  of overstay likely going to result in the same consequences?

My biggest concern at this point, aside from the fact that I could be so stupid as not to look into this in advance, is where should I fly home from to have the best chances of avoiding a ban with the smallest possible fine? (Ideally none at all lol)

Thanks again,

Sincerely,

Just an idiot trying to enjoy his travels

 8 
 on: August 08, 2018, 06:59:00 pm 
Started by Doug - Last post by Doug
I entered Schengen December 4, 2017. I left on April 14, 2018. (42 days over).  I did not get a fine or penalty when I left.   Can anyone tell me when I can go back?

 9 
 on: July 26, 2018, 01:05:17 pm 
Started by Franchette - Last post by leena
I had previously overstayed my UK visa for two years. But I left voluntary no stamp on it, no ban and no deportation. It was 4 years ago. Last year I applied for UK visitor visa got rejected and did not appeal. Now I need to visit Nederland for a business visit. will I get rejected for Schengen visa? Please advice.

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 on: July 26, 2018, 01:04:11 pm 
Started by fghfgh - Last post by leena
I had previously overstayed my UK visa for two years. But I left voluntary no stamp on it, no ban and no deportation. It was 4 years ago. Last year I applied for UK visitor visa got rejected and did not appeal. Now I need to visit Nederland for a business visit. will I get rejected for Schengen visa?

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