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According to the website of the Chilean Ministry of Foreign Affairs, visa applications are handled either by a consulate (embassies also act as consulates, but usually there are additional consulates) or the Department of Immigration. There doesn't seem to be any consulates near you, so you'll have to contact the Department of Immigration. The page I linked ...


As noted in a comment, the agreement mentioned in that news article has not yet gone into effect. In fact there are several outstanding changes to Turkish visas which are pending but not yet active. There will be changes to quite a few countries' visas that go into effect on February 1st of 2012. That would be the earliest date I would expect the Nigerian ...


You should check if a Nigerian citizens need a visa to transit France on their way to Greece. Or for that matter, does a Nigerian citizen need a visa to visit France. You can check this at http://www.iatatravelcentre.com/passport-visa-health-travel-document-requirements.htm.


When flying into the Schengen zone, the first airport you visit is where you will clear immigration (have your Passport stamped). Your checked luggage continues to your final destination where you clear customs. Your luggage is differentiated from local Schengen traffic by the lack of green stripes on the bag tags (green stripes are printed on the tags only ...


Yes. While you are meant to apply for a visa to your main, intended destination country, it doesn't really matter that much once you get your visa. There's nothing to stop you changing your mind about where you go when you get to Schengen. You can travel freely within the Schengen Area and leave from wherever you like. Once you leave Schengen (in your case ...


There isn't a passport check to get out of the country. The airline will generally check your passport to make sure you have permission to enter the destination (they have to bear the cost of returning you if you are refused entry) and the staff at security and boarding will normally check some form of Id matches your ticket - but mostly to make sure you ...


Of course. A visa is merely a statement of period of validity - you're asking the country for permission to enter between dates x and y. If you also need permission for dates y to z, or different dates entirely, you can do so. Depending on the country, reason for second visa, and type of visa, they may either allow you to have two valid visas in your ...


Yes you should be able to get another UK visa without any issues. Of course you must make sure that you don't violate any other visa conditions. As mentioned by @DumbCoder, UK specifically stops pregnant women, becuse they can give birth in UK and then demand UK residency because of the child


With a Schengen visa, you can enter/exit any country within the Schengen area, no restrictions. It does not matter which country issued the visa. With a longer-stay national visa (e.g. a Greek student visa), rules might be different.

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