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 on: March 10, 2019, 12:58:29 pm 
Started by cranderson - Last post by cranderson
Hi! Question from an American citizen.  I entered Schengen (Spain) on Jan 13, 2019 and am leaving on Mar 28, 2019 (75 days).  I am in the process of getting married to a Spanish long term resident, so we are waiting for paperwork.  I want to re-enter the beginning of May 2019 for a few days just to sign our marriage license (5 days so 80 days total).  So this would still put me under the 90 days in the last 180 days requirement.  My question is, if I want to re-enter in July, am I able to do that starting July 13 (6 months from my previous entry on Jan 13) and stay my next 90 day stay? Or would I have to be out of Schengen from the date I leave in May for 90 days before my new 90 day stay is permitted?? Thank you!!

 on: February 08, 2019, 08:27:51 pm 
Started by connieljh - Last post by connieljh
Hi everyone, greetings and thank you in advance for reading and any advices.

I am Australian living in France with an 1 year Long Stay (Visitor) Visa. The long stay visa expires in 10 days on the 21st of Feb 2019. But after that I need to go to Madrid and stay there for a few more weeks. If I leave France and go to London on the 21st of Feb, can I come back immediately to Schengen area (Madrid) on the 22nd of Feb to stay another 90 days?

Some extra information about my situation
I didn't extend my Long Stay Visa in France when there was still enough time to do so. This morning, something happened and I need to extend my stay by 6-8 weeks beyond 21st of Feb. I don't think the fact of my husband is German citizen will help with my situation, will it?

Does anyone know how I can stay legally stay a few more weeks?

Thank you!

 on: January 27, 2019, 02:44:20 pm 
Started by abrar - Last post by abrar

i got my visa from Hungary embassy for Lithuania (Hungary embassy is dealing for Lithuanian short term visas ). i booked a flight from Islamabad to Vilnius. my itinerary was below,

Islamabad to Abu-Dhabi
Abu-Dhabi to Amsterdam
Amsterdam to Vilnius

boarding card was given at Islamabad airport for Islamabad to Abu Dhabi and Abu Dhabi to Amsterdam and i was being told by airline that at Amsterdam airport you will be given new boarding pass.

when i landed at Amsterdam airport and i was heading to my flight Amsterdam to Vilnius. they stamped my passport for arrival. i told them that my port of entry is Vilnius not Amsterdam. they replied, its okay that's a normal procedure and we have to stamp your passport. after getting my passport stamped i went straight for my next flight from Amsterdam to Vilnius ( i didn't go out from airport ) after reaching at Vilnius airport, nobody stamped my passport.

my question is that when i was applying for a visa. i mentioned that my first port of entry will be Lithuania and i booked the ticket for Lithuania but there is no Lithuanian immigration stamp on my passport but Amsterdam. will that effect my commitment with you embassy because i told immigration staff that my port of entry is Vilnius not Amsterdam.

i have all my boarding passes and tags.i got my luggage from Vilnius airport.

please reply me if there is any issue then i can go immigration staff again and get this issue fixed.

Thanks in advance.


 on: December 31, 2018, 10:23:19 am 
Started by zimmer550 - Last post by Vandeveo47
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 on: November 28, 2018, 06:27:39 am 
Started by Zaphod - Last post by Zaphod

I'm an American Citizen who has over stayed his Schengen 90 tourist visa by a loooong time as the topic says.

The whole time I have been here I supported my monetarily self with busking almost entirely.
I became depressed and started making not the best decisions for my self.
I haven't been involved in any criminal activity.
I don't think I even have any unpiad tickets.

But now I've put my life back together and want to return home. I am in Portugal. I want to minimize all risk an penalty in leaving Europe.
Can any one suggest the safest way out of Europe into the US, are there better countries to fly from?
I was planning just to fly into the US from Lisbon?
What are the chances of being caught flying from Lisbon?
If caught what can I expect (I plan to cooperate with the police) to happen?
I will be flying with my dutch girlfriend, if this changes any thing i dont know I am just trying to provide aas much info as possible.
If I am caught, how long would I be held by the police typically before being deported? If it's going to be a long time like 3 months maybe I want to plan ahead.

Any and all advice and info you can give me would help. Huh

 on: November 10, 2018, 01:18:26 pm 
Started by Sktees - Last post by Sktees
i am pakistani citizen and have  well settled business here in pakistan..
I travelled

Uk 2 times
Saudia (with wife)

And got refusal from switzerland embassy 2 years bwforw  when i applied for swiss visa with my mother who also have visit visa of Usa.

Now my family is insiting to plan a few days holidays tour to europe ..i just wana ask either there is chances of getting schengen visa of my family
My wife(travelled once with me to saudia?
Kids 6 year and 3 years old (no travel history )

I can support and bear all the expanses of holiday trip

Anyone who have experience of gettinh family visit visa of schengen…(also share his case detail)
And which country is more lenient for giving visitor visa?
What about netherland?

Plz share.ur experience

 on: November 02, 2018, 09:00:28 am 
Started by karen - Last post by Fugats22
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 on: October 18, 2018, 01:47:33 pm 
Started by GGG - Last post by GGG
Dear all,

I am an Asian research student in UK. I took part in a European project so that I have to work abroad in Schengen countries. I spent 2 months in schengen using a tourist visa from mid-April to mid of June and my visa was expired in August. I flew back to Uk to apply for a new tourist visa then I got a new 2-year visa from August. After that, I went back again to continue my work in Schengen countries and spent another 2 months there. Then I came back to uk without any issues. And I just knew about 90/180 from my friend. According to the 90/180, I have already spent more than 90days within the last 180 days. So im a little confused that why I did not get a penalty when I passed the border or the new visa can reset the 90/180?
What i have to ask is that next week i have to enter the Schengen country again due to my work. Consequently, could you please suggest me? Should we go there? or could you please answer the above question about resetting the 90/180 regarding the new visa.

Thank you very much in advance

 on: October 16, 2018, 12:14:38 pm 
Started by Hoysala - Last post by vishal123

 § 153 (1) StPO - this means that the case is dropped for you. I dunno if you can apply for a visa again. havent tried. We had the same section number referred to us as well.

Call up the bpoli number (polizei) as mentioned in your letter and check with them once.

Another idea could be going to the consulate and checking with them with the letter.

 on: October 16, 2018, 06:20:32 am 
Started by Hoysala - Last post by Hoysala

@Vishal123: thanks for guiding

I followed similar method as guided and sent mail to " Amtsanwaltschaft in frankfurt". I got reply as below.

"In the above case, with reference to your e-mail dated 28.09.2018 08:11, the press office of the Frankfurt am Main public prosecutor's office is notified that the proceedings were closed on 14.11.2017 pursuant to § 153 (1) StPO." (translated from German to English)

Is my case closed completely..? (what it is meant)

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