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I can't tie my suggestion for a notarized letter in with UK law, but it is recommended (not required) by the USA. Because of increasing instances of child abduction in custody cases, and a growing number of children who are the victims of trafficking or pornography, an immigration officer, airline, or travel company may ask you to provide some form of letter ...


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The point of the Schengen agreement was to abolish border checks and create a single (short-stay) visa policy, which has mostly been achieved, but not necessarily to create actionable rights for non-EU citizens. There is therefore no “right to free movement” in the Schengen area as such. There is something called the “freedom of movement” in the European ...


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Travel health insurance is not mandatory for people who do not need a visa to enter the Schengen area (including people from annex II countries like Brazil and people from other countries who hold a residence permit from a Schengen country). The travel medical insurance requirement is defined in article 15 of the Schengen Visa code and then mentioned again ...


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The French embassy site in Brazil in it's portuguese version states: All foreigners, required or not to obtain a short stay visa, who wish to enter France must have a 30.000 Euros health insurance that covers all Schengen territory." Strange that the same requirement is not mentioned in the french version of the same website. The Nederlands ...


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Norwegian citizens are treated like Polish and other EU citizens in this respect. That's because Norway and the rest of the EEA applies free movement rules and Directive 2004/38/EC. The relevant UK visa is in fact called “EEA family permit” and official documents on related topics like the UK residence card or visa-free entry for the family of people making ...



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