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The official information is rather confusing, but as far as I can see, you will be able to use your Irish visa to pass through UK immigration, provided the visa is endorsed with "BC" or "BC BIVS". - ***Warning*** Passengers may make a landside transit if holding a valid biometric visa issued by Ireland (Rep.) endorsed "BC" or "BC BIVS" and traveling to ...


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Yes, a residence permit from one Schengen country implicitly gives you the rights to travel within/through the rest of the Schengen area much as if you had a multiple-entry short-stay visa. You have to comply with the usual 90/180 day rule for days you're in a Schengen country that is not Denmark, but enforcement of this is mostly by the honor system since ...


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The Schengen rules state that you should apply to the country that is your main destination for the trip. This is usually the Schengen area country where you spend the most time. However, if no main destination can be determined, you must apply at the country where you will first enter the Schengen area. Because your itinerary is an intra-Schengen transit, ...



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