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VFS accepted the passport and returned it after 3 days, with the Shengen visa in it. So in my case, having two pages available in the passport, even though non-consecutive, was fine.
A 1 day overstay, especially if you can show that it was caused by circumstances outside of your control, is almost certainly not going to cause any issues - although I would make sure to have some form of proof of the change when exiting the country. However at the end of the day it is technically an overstay, and thus there may be negative consequences - ...
Precautions: Have a copy of your passport (on the internet). Carry separate spare cash or bank card. Note down the contact details of the embassy/consulate. Note down the account details to check in online for a boarding pass. Residing in a Schengen country and lost your passport or had it stolen? contact the local police and have them file a crime ...
Yes, this is ok as long as he can submit the required documents (bank statement, employer letter etc.). It's common for people to take their families on their business trips (but on tourists visas). Usually a tourist Schengen visa does not require you to show up at the embassy (personal experience).
Technically the Schengen Visa allows you to enter via any Schengen country. Officially you are supposed to request a Schengen visa via either the country you intend to first enter the Schengen zone via (in this case, Germany) OR the country in which you intend to spend most of your time (Holland). However in general this rule is not strongly enforced unless ...
As far as I know, this scheme, like other visa-related bilateral agreements with Schengen countries, only applies to one country at a time (several other Schengen countries are also part of the working holiday scheme). What you will get is a type D visa that does allow you to travel elsewhere in the Schengen area, but not to exceed the ...
Switzerland is now part of Schengen. If you travel from a Schengen country, you will not go through immigration. So long as your Schengen visa is valid, you can remain within the Schengen space including Switzerland.
If you start in Rome, then it's easiest to apply to the Italian embassy of your country though not strictly necessary. They will anyway ask you for the purpose of your visit at which point you can show your itinerary.
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