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 on: June 15, 2018, 06:20:13 pm 
Started by Hoysala - Last post by Mack

What is the outcome and I am facing a similar situation

 on: June 15, 2018, 01:39:59 pm 
Started by Franchette - Last post by MariaU
Hi! I am going through the same thing with my husband right now. I am also a Filipina and he is a Spanish national. My visa expires on Monday (45 days) and we are still in the process of getting our libro de familia.

I just want to know if you had any problems because you overstayed? Or do they understand since you are in the process of processing your residency?

Any information you can give me would help me so much!

Thank you!


 on: June 09, 2018, 12:20:40 pm 
Started by Prissy - Last post by Prissy
Hello, kindly advice. I am a Ghanaian Pharmacist and a registered member of ESHRE.  I applied for a VISA to enable me attend the 2018 ESHRE Conference in Barcelona but was refused. I really don't understand why and I think it's unfair giving that the reasons given for refusal were fully provided in my application documents.  I want to go and enrich my knowledge and network. Kindly help. What do I do knowing I have very limited time too

 on: June 04, 2018, 10:42:33 am 
Started by clara - Last post by clara

I am the American spouse of a French citizen. I entered the EU through France on a Greek C visa as the spouse of an EU citizen to join my spouse in Greece. We separated and my spouse moved to Asia before I filed any residency paperwork. I ended up staying anyway, working remotely to support myself. My visa expired 3 years ago.

Now, I need to leave for some time to return to the US. I wish to return to Greece in the near future, but legally. My spouse and I plan to officially divorce after I exit the EU in a few weeks.

My question is - realistically, am I looking at a ban for overstaying? I realize I should have gotten my papers in order and I only have the right to stay in the EU if my spouse is with me exercising EU treaty rights. However, it seems that since we are still married, there may be some gray area here regarding the consequences.

Has anyone been in or heard of similar circumstances? Do you think it would be best to exit the Schengen zone through France or a country like Spain or Italy? Not sure if it's relevant, but we have been married for 11 years.

 on: May 17, 2018, 03:33:40 pm 
Started by Jasamja - Last post by Jasamja
Hej svima, zanima me taj period 90 dana u 180. Ja sam u Austriju prvi put usla 06.12.2017 i bila do 24.12.2017. to je 19 dana, zatim od 29.12.2017. Do 23.02.2018. to je 57 dana i od 01.05.2018. Do 14.05.2018. to je 14 dana sto je sve ukupno 90 dana. Kada ja sada ponovo mogu da udjem? Po mome racunanju to je 04.06.2018. ali ne znam da li je to tacno?!

 on: May 09, 2018, 07:32:26 pm 
Started by Katotie29 - Last post by Katotie29

Dated today 09/05 My Spain schengen Visa is Rejected! The reason of rejection is : The reason of visa rejection is : The information submitted regarding the justification for the purpose and condition of the intended stay was not reliable”

Can anyone tell me what does it really mean ? I’m Indonesian working and living in amman-Jordan,and i applied for Tourism visa for only 7days in total,they gave me a piece of Paper saying that it’s an Appeal letter to the Embassy,does my Nationality is effecting my Application ? As i can see today that i’m the only Asian and the only one is REJECTED! And if i have to submit my Appeal,how long does it take ? Thank You

 on: May 03, 2018, 08:56:23 am 
Started by elgatoloco - Last post by elgatoloco
Hi there,
I'm an American currently living in Spain and teaching English on a barely expired tourist visa (99 day). I'm flying to France tomorrow and I'm just wondering if I'll have any issues passport-wise when entering France or returning to Spain? Thanks!

 on: April 24, 2018, 05:59:02 am 
Started by Hoysala - Last post by Hoysala
Thanks a lot for valuable information & help.
I will post if I get any information from SIS

 on: April 23, 2018, 12:37:13 pm 
Started by Hoysala - Last post by danisara
You need to find out your status that is recorded for you in the SIS (Schengen Information System). SIS II con­tains da­ta on non-EU na­tion­als for whom an alert has been is­sued for the pur­pos­es of re­fus­ing en­try (e.g. for hav­ing com­mit­ted an of­fence). Each Schen­gen state has ac­cess to this da­ta in the form of a na­tion­al in­for­ma­tion sys­tem (NSIS). Ger­many's NSIS is man­aged at the Fed­er­al Crim­i­nal Po­lice Of­fice. Under the Freadom Of Information Act and also under the General Data Protection Regulation you are eligible to know what information is stored in this system about you. The outcome of your query can be in the following two scenarios:

a) You have been issued a ban. The information shall provide also detail about when this ban will expire.

b) You have not been issued a ban. In that case you can apply for new Schengen visa (I would suggest applying through some other Schengen country). How long you should wait before submitting new application? Unfortunately, there is not definite answer to this question. Technically, you could apply right away, however, it is obvious that your application probably would be denied again. A general rule of thumb is to wait a year or two. With the current global immigration situation being pretty bad, unfortunately there are not many good news to offer.

For more information on how to get the information in Germany, see here:

Right of ac­cess to da­ta stored in the Schen­gen In­for­ma­tion Sys­tem (SIS)

See also this document - Germany on page 33:


 on: April 23, 2018, 10:48:58 am 
Started by vishal123 - Last post by steven
It also depends on what papers you have signed upon your departure at the immigration office. Some offices have the traveler to sign power of attorney, i.e. some representative will represent them in front of the court. The traveler does not receive the decision from the court and never hears from the court because all and any documentation is sent to the authorized representative who keeps it and does not follow up with the traveler. The final outcome of this is quite often that the traveler has a record on file and his future visa applications will be rejected (because of the negative course ruling).

See this post - different traveler but the same problem in more details:


To resolve the problem, you would need to find out what papers were signed and who the authorized party is.

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