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As a South Korean citizen, you can definitely enter either France or Italy and travel between the two for 90 days after the expiration of both your permit and your student visa so you certainly won't be staying illegally in France or Italy, be subject to removal or anything like that in September/October. For more details on this, see Getting a tourist ...


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Linate is a 24hours airport in the sense that the building is open 24hours. The shops and facilities contained in the building however are not. This means that you can indeed spend the night landside waiting for your plane, but you can't expect to purchase food, drinks (with the exceptions of vending machines) or services. Moreover, you will probably find ...


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No, a Turkish visa does not allow you to either enter or transit in the Schengen area. While Turkey has many special rules for Schengen visa holders, that's not reciprocal (i.e. the Schengen area has no special rules or exemptions for Turkish visa holders). If citizens of your country need a visa to enter the Schengen area, the only visas that can be used ...


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If you're not from one of the countries that doesn't require visa to enter Schengen states (see Do I need a visa to transit in the Schengen area?) and you're not transiting through Italy for which there may be additional exceptions listed in the same question the Turkish Visa doesn't equate in any way to the Schengen Visa. So if you need a visa to enter ...



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