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You can apply for a UK Visitor (general) visa in any country that you entered legally. The only stipulation is that you must remain outside of the UK while your application is being processed and there must be a designated issuing post in that country. Nationality of the applicant does not matter. This is covered in Paragraph 28 of the rules... An ...


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Unfortunately, while this offer is competitive, it has some caveats. One of the main, regarding included roaming in some countries, is that you should be a customer for more than 60 days. It is written in their conditions (page 3, in Services inclus): Pass Destination (valables après 60 jours d’ancienneté au Forfait Free): ... Regarding the prepaid ...


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A quick search on Google yields Canoe Val d'Allier as a valid rental company. The linked page shows the tariffs. For more results you want to try googling location kayak val d'Allier which is French for kayak rental Allier valley.


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You have asked how to apply for a visa for two different sovereignties. Accordingly, you will need to file two applications... For the UK... Read the guidance at Guide to Supporting Documents Assemble all of the requisite documents, including photographs Determine if you will need one of the priority services Create an account at Visa4UK and be sure ...


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In general, most restaurants in Paris will accept childs/babies with no particular issues, except maybe in the expensive ones. A good way to check the restaurant acceptance is to ask for a 'siège enfant' (child seat), many restaurants have one or two ready for customers. If you intend to keep your baby in it's trolley, just be careful not to disturb other ...


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If you have some plausible explanation for doing that, there is no reason postponing a trip for a few weeks should be an issue. Simply make sure you have all the documentation corresponding to your new itinerary (e.g. airline and accommodation bookings) with you when crossing the border. By contrast, going to the other end of the Schengen area without ...


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As you can read at Can I use my Schengen visa for a completely different purpose and entry point? for example The visa is not specific to a country or purpose, it's valid for all short stays in the Schengen area. It's also perfectly fine to enter the Schengen area through another country So another country fine, however this thread warns you that the ...


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I have raised three children and know the problem intimately. This answer is about bringing the baby along (you asked: "is there another solution to this problem?") At the Northern end of Rue Mouffetard, you'll find a covey of small restaurants, all of which provide a venue for comfortable, family-friendly restaurants. There's about a dozen of these ...


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First, it would help if you told us where you permanently reside. Indeed, if you are from the Quebec province, there is an agreement between the RAMQ (medical insurance in Quebec) and the French Sécurité Sociale. If you are from somewhere else, you might still find some insurances covering for more than a year. I found Bon Voyage, Desjardins (but they say ...


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Based upon what's written, you will not be successful in applying for a Schengen visa. This is because your status in the UK is visitor. Even though your visa has a two year duration, the limit of 6 months does not qualify as a South African who is resident in the UK, and hence the French will refuse your application. You may be able to qualify for a ...


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Residence permit holders in the Schengen area (certainly in France) typically don't have or need a visa to enter either their country of residence or the Schengen area as a whole. The common format residence permit is enough for that. You simply present the card (together with your passport) to the border guards or, if needed, to the airline when boarding ...


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This information is not recorded. To boot, you are not crossing the French border, you are crossing the Schengen border. From an EU memo: There are already measures and tools available at EU border crossing points, such as the Schengen Information System (SIS) and Visa Information System (VIS). However, none is intended for the purpose of recording ...


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If you have valid Schengen visa issued by one of the Schengen countries, you can visit any countries which signed Schengen agreement during your visa valid dates. For example, you can get Finnish visa and then spend all the time given by visa in Spain. It's absolutely legal, however, next time you apply for Finnish visa, they can deny issueing visa to you ...


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Going surface travel via ferry to Italy and land travel from there, like train, will keep you within the Schengen zone, as will flying. You are not likely to see border officials although they can check randomly on and within the borders. But the company that transports you across borders can and should check your documents and if they do not trust that your ...


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There should not be any systematic control at the airport for flights between Paris and Athens. This means that your passport won't be stamped and you will probably not even see any border guard on the way to or from Paris by air (on the other hand, going by land through Serbia, Romania or Albania would mean leaving and reentering the Schengen area which ...


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The Père-Lachaise/Gambetta Neighborhood in Paris For a taste of how real Parisians live, head over to the Père Lachaise/Gambetta neighborhood ... you’ll find quirky, family-owned cafes and bars In a forum thread on Fodor's you will find statements like: I live in this area ... for "safety and Parisian character", Gambetta can hardly be beat!


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Renting Accomodation Long-term rentals everywhere around the world typically require the tenant to prove the ability to pay the current and every future month rent. This is done by showing salary slips (usually the last 3 in France), payment receipts from previous rental agreements, a reference letter, and/or binding someone else to be your guarantor to ...


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I know here in Antwerp/Brussels in Belgium there are huge facebook group communities where people are putting there flats for rent or asking for a flat. Most of these facebook groups I know are usually for cohousing (living together in a flat) and I guess it's easier to find such a flat for only 1-2 months. You could try searching for these groups and see ...


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Renting in Cahors is likely to be easier than in many places, it's not unpleasant but it's not a very hip or economically successful town. So you might just ask if you can pay upfront for one month instead of providing all the documentation. Beyond that, landlords do typically ask for pay stubs (“bulletins de salaire” or “fiches de paie”) over several ...



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