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From wikipedia: Andorra has stayed outside the Schengen Agreement and maintains border controls with the EU. However as travellers to Andorra have to pass through the Schengen Area, and Andorra does not issue any visas, but accepts Schengen visas, Andorra is in practice a virtual part of the area. Third country nationals wishing to visit Andorra need a ...
As you probably know, as an Egyptian citizen, you can transit without visa if you stay in the international arrival lounge. However, it will not be possible to leave the airport without Schengen visa and you will not be able to apply for such a visa at the airport.
In deciding whether or not to grant a visitor visa (i.e., entry clearance) to a visa national, considering the applicant's family already in the UK is important. Based upon what you wrote, you were in a position to know that you had family in the UK when you made your application, and you were in a position to know that the information was significant. ...
No you don't. Switzerland is in the Schengen zone, that will be your point of entry into Schengen. Your further flight from Switzerland to Spain is a flight inside Schengen zone, which means no passport checks by immigrations/customs.
The UK is part of the EU, but not part of the Schengen border-free region. As part of the EU rules on freedom of movement, EU Nationals can travel to the UK without needing a visa (but they do need a passport or National Identify Card to show at the border to show their entitlement to this). Additionally, the Non-EU family members of EU nationals can travel ...
You do not need a transit visa if you remain airside when you transit through Germany. Auswaertiges Amt (the Federal Foreign Office) publishes a list of countries whose citizens require a transit visa, and Egypt is not on it. In addition, holders of a valid Canadian visa or permanent resident card do not need a transit visa at all. If you must leave the ...
As @jpatokal wrote, you will need a regular type C Schengen visa and not an “airport transit visa”. In practice, it does not make much of a difference though as the form to apply and the costs are the same. Just check “transit/transito” instead of “airport transit/transito aeroportuale”. It might be a bit confusing since you don't intend to leave the ...
Short response: No, foreign citizens flying to Europe and transiting Istanbul don't need a visa given that they stay in the transit zone of the airport.
You mention in a comment that "It's a multiple entry visa." Assuming you mean the Canadian visa is the multiple-entry one, then what you're proposing is OK. She will arrive in Vancouver, you will drive her to the US (her only entry to that country), and then by some unspecified means she will return to Vancouver (her second entry to Canada). You mentioned ...
You can apply as a business visitor in any country that you entered legally AND has an Entry Clearance Issuing Post, and that would include Germany. It is doubtful, however, that you would qualify for expedited handling or fast-track processing because Egyptian nationals are visa-nationals. Also, expect your application to be referred to the hub in Paris, ...
Per the webpage you found, Egyptian citizens generally do need a visa to transit either landside or airside in London but can be exempted in some cases. Travelling to the US is one of those cases, having an EEA residence permit is another one. You might be eligible for the ‘transit without visa concession’ if: you arrive and depart by air have ...
Since Rome to Amsterdam is a "domestic" flight within Schengen, yes, you will need a visa to transit.
The UK is not part of the Schengen agreement. So you would need a seperate visa. The only situation you wouldn't is discussed inthis answer.
According to the Turkish website about visas, Egyptian tourists do need a visa for Turkey. So far I didn't find details like whether you have to pay, how much, and what duration the visa lasts for. I spotted some news articles from a couple of years ago saying that Georgia was about to get an Egyptian embassy but other sources such as Wikipedia say that ...
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