I’m already in the Schengen zone as I type this. My entry stamp has the date 26th December 2018 on it and my return flight out of the schengen zone is on the 9th February.
My Visa validity is 21st December, 2018 to 19th February 2019 but the ‘duration of stay’ field says 45. My question is, given my travel dates, am I overstaying? According to this link I’m right on the dot with my dates (exact 45 days) but it does NOT include the 26th itself. How long am I allowed to stay granted I enter Schengen zone on the 26th December?
EDIT: I have a multiple entry visa.
Drow High Magic states:
You learn more of the magic typical of dark elves. You learn the Detect Magic spell and can cast it at will, without expending a spell slot. You also learn Levitate and Dispel Magic, each of which you can cast once without expending a spell slot. You regain the ability to cast those two spells in this way when you finish a long rest. Charisma is your spellcasting ability for all three.
Since you learn the spell, you can also cast it using spell slots, like Sorcerer spells (see this tweet and this one).
There’s also this question, but still, I can see it going either way.
3 days after applying, I received my UK standard visitor Visa a few days ago. Now I need those funds I showed, to book my flight tickets and other stuff.
How quickly can I withdraw funds from my bank account after being granted a UK visit visa? Can I withdraw the amount full or should I leave some? Do they still check my account even after being granted visa and/or at the time of arrival in LHR-Heathrow airport?
i’ve applied for japanese work permit with certificate of eligibility, now the application process is completed and i’m waiting to receive the application via post. before that i want to know whether or not the visa is grant. since it’s a weekend today embassy is closed. please kindly suggest me an alternative way to know whether or not my visa is granted. i want to check it by Passport Number + Nationality.
A couple of days ago, I received the following email from Home office(UK) for my spouse visa. I have deposited my IHS fee and it’s been a week since I submitted my passport. Is there any chance where they can still refuse my visa? Additionally, how long would it take for them to return my passport?
The decision to refuse your visa application has been overturned and our office will now proceed to the next stage of your application. To complete this process we require you to undertake the following steps:
- Immigration Health Surcharge (IHS) payment needed On 6 April 2015, the UK Government introduced a Health Surcharge payment requirement for non-EEA nationals who apply to come to the UK to work, study or join family for a period of more than 6 months. Shortly, you will receive a further email providing a link for your IHS payment. If you do not receive an email within 7 working days of this email, please contact IHS.Sheffield@fco.gov.uk with your name, GWF reference and request the IHS payment email be sent. Want to find out more?
To speak to someone about this, please visit: https://www.gov.uk/contact-ukvi To find out more about IHS: www.gov.uk/healthcare-immigration-application To find out about refunds: https://www.gov.uk/browse/visas-immigration
- Once you have received the IHS email and made your IHS payment, please take your passport along with a copy of this e mail to the visa application centre where you initially made your application.
- If you require a TB certificate for travel, please ensure you have this with your carry-on luggage, in order for you to present to the Immigration authorities on arrival.
To prevent any further delays with processing your application, once you have made this IHS payment and submitted your passport please send an e-mail to IHS.Sheffield@fco.gov.uk containing your name, GWF reference, the amount that you have paid for IHS and when you submitted your passport.
UK Decision Making Centre
I had a heavily corrupted MySQL database, so I tried to restore the files from a recent backup (a local time machine snapshot), but that failed with the error:
The operation can’t be completed because you don’t have permission to access some of the items.
How can I restore these files?
In trying, I added my account to the “_mysql” group with
groups now lists me as being in the “_mysql” group), which is supposed to be granted read/write access to all files and folders, and tried restoring from Time Machine again with the same result. The folders also still display the “inaccessible” icon overlay (⛔️) in Finder. I can copy (slightly) older versions of the files stored on an external Time Machine drive from a shell with a
sudo ditto, but get a permissions error from MySQLd when it tries to read one of the files (the binary log index).
If I want to import “Sheet A” from one workbook into “Sheet B” in another workbook by using
=IMPORTRANGE() inside of Sheet B – when I grant it access to Sheet A is that permissions only 1 way? Meaning that If I add additional data to Sheet B will the users who have access to sheet A be able to see it? I assume not but wanted to verify.