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You are asking what to put down to questions on the UK entry clearance form, and invariably the answer is taken from 'best practices': write down the correct answers. If the form calls for an explicit number like What is the cost to you personally? You are in a position to know this figure and would write it down. If you do not know the figure, then your ...


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Firstly, a small correction. Citizens of Russia have visa exemption which lets them visit Thailand for up to 30 days on tourist purposes with no need of visa. This is different than a Visa on Arrival when you actually get visa stamped at the booth in the airport building. Indeed, many countries require their citizens to provide local passports crossing the ...


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Based upon what you wrote, you are a Russian national who wants to get a Schengen visa and simultaneously sponsor a Thai national who is not a family member (de facto or otherwise) of yours. You have a favourable history of performance in Schengen. Your partner has some travel experience but is unable to prove it. The gay issue is not really a big deal ...


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As others have said, I see no reason to expect trouble. I would like to expand upon something that has been mentioned by others: Back in cold war era Russian tourists would be treated with some suspicion because the Russian government didn't allow the average person to travel. Thus if you did encounter a Russian "tourist" there was a fair chance they were ...


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The Schengen rules have two different aspects: Unified visa and travel rules Most residents or visa holders from one Schengen country can visit any other Schengen country (note that this is a generalization, check your specific case). You are allowed to cross with your existing papers. Lack of internal border controls Internal borders within the Schengen ...



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