I want to apply for a Schengen visa. I am planning to stay in Paris for 3 nights and 7 nights in Switzerland.
Which visa do I need to apply for? If I choose France then is it possible that I can stay for 2 nights in France and 8 in Switzerland after visa approval.
I am a Filipina on a short-term training program in Greece (3 months only) and was only given a single entry Type C Schengen Tourist Visa. I am nearing the end of my maximum 90-day stay but have been invited to extend for another 3 months. Can I apply for a visa here, or would I need to go back to my country and go through the whole application process again? Alternatively, would I be able to extend past the maximum 90-day stay usually held for tourists? Thank you very much in advance.
I have a question about the 90 days in Schengen within the period of 180 days.
My partner and I lived abroad in Malta for one year. I am a European citizen and she is a third country non-EU citizen.
She was in Malta with a resident permit which is expiring 03/2019 but quit her job and left the country. Her employer may have invalidated her visa.
I moved to another Schengen country and two weeks ago she came to visit me for the holidays. Can she now stay up to 90 days again in the Schengen zone?
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.
I entered Sweden July 17 from the US. My 90 days were up on Oct. 14 however I applied for a tourist extension to extend 30 more days. I never got a response and the consulate told me I was okay to stay in the country until I got a response (even though I was there longer than 30 extra days). I ended up leaving Nov. 20. The 180 days from July 17 would be Jan.12 2019. I stayed 120+ days of the 180 legally. Does a new clock rest on Jan.12? I would like to re-enter Schengen country on Jan.13
I want to travel turkey for a few days. Can I get e-visa for Turkey if I don’t have Schengen or any other visa on my passport?
I have been issued my first Schengen visa (7 days) so please excuse my lack of understanding. Visa label says it is valid for ESTADOS SCHENGEN.
I applied via Spain as I am to attend a conference there. I will most certainly be entering the Schengen area from Barcelona. I will also be spending three nights in the city, so thus the most amount of time during my visit to the Schengen area.
From there I am to proceed to the Netherlands in order to attend a meeting at my company’s HQ. I will spend two nights there. The final night I wish to spend in Paris before exiting the Schengen area from Paris.
My concern is the following: My application for the Schengen visa does not mention onward travel to the Netherlands or France. The air ticket I had submitted when applying also had me exiting from Barcelona on the final day.
I have just booked my tickets where by I enter the Schengen area through Barcelona and exit through France on the specified days. I’m wondering if I might run into any troubles with immigration in Paris on the way out. I’m also a bit worried due to the fact that I am from a country that many would consider high-risk for not complying with visa conditions. (Pakistan).
Any help in clearing up these doubts will be much appreciated. I still have a month to go before I travel so there is ample time to clear up my itinerary should this cause any problems for me.
I applied for two schools in Europe and got admitted to both, while I was waiting for my Hungarian type D visa I got admitted to study in Estonia, I currently have a 6 months type D visa and I have an appointment coming up next week for another type D visa at the Estonian embassy, I am currently confused about what to do, is it possible to have two type D visas
I am a non-EU citizen currently studying at the Univeristy of Barcelona (Masters Degree).
- My type D schengen visa is from 09-Sep-2018 to 08-Dec-2018. (MULT-90 Days)
- I arrived in Barcelona (passport stamp) on the 10 September 2018.
- I got my empadronamiento one month later – 10 October 2018.
I had major problems booking a cita previa. I finally found a company to assist me in processing my residency card (NIE) however they say I might have problems because my visa is already expired but they are going to gather more information.
All my other documentation is legal and valid (travel insurance. enrollment at University, etc). Will I run into problems?
What are my current options?
Good day, i posted about my third schengen refusal a couple weeks ago and i was advised to consult an immigration lawyer. I contacted one i found on the France embassy website who is an attorney in paris. He charged 125 euros an hour and made me pay for 4 hours. He asked for all the documents i submitted with my previous application and he just emailed me with his resolution. I asked him in a previous email how the consultation thing works, was wondering if he would inquire from the france home office for the refusal reasons. I have attached a copy of the last email he sent me and i was wondering what i should do. What would making a new application change?