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You will need a multi entry visa. The first entry to the Schengen area is when you arrive to Italy from South Africa, the second entry is when you get back from Croatia. When you leave to Croatia this is considered as leaving the Schengen area.


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The situation you described is EXPLICITLY addressed in Paragraph 12 of the Immigration Rules, which says... 12.A person claiming to be a British citizen must prove that he has the right of abode in the United Kingdom by producing either: (i) a United Kingdom passport describing him as a British citizen or as a citizen of the United Kingdom and ...


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There's a really great post on it on travelstart.co.za: You'll need a Schengen visa, as you're on a South African passport and that's what the Schengen-Zone countries dictate for South Africans (I'm also a South African, but fortunate enough to have a second passport from New Zealand) The main points of requirements for a Schengen visa: 1 filled out ...


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The discussion here is basically about whether "Travel Without Visa" concession is applicable to South African citizens. The short answer is "in certain special cases". Citizens of most countries only need to fulfill three simple requirements: you must arrive and depart by air; your onward flight must be confirmed, and must depart within 24 hours; and you ...


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Short answer: Yes. I have several friends from South Africa who have either moved to the UK, or who have been just visiting the UK. They regularly then apply for Schengen visas - multiple entry, especially if they're doing a big trip - like one that includes darting off to Egypt or similar. A multi-entry Schengen visa certainly exists, and you can ...


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Both of you need a Schengen visa, which will allow you to travel to both France and Spain. You should apply to either of those countries, depending on where you will spend the most time. If you plan to stay about the same time in each, you should apply to the country you will enter first. The UK visa is only relevant to the extent that it allows you to ...


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Timatic, which is the immigration system used by most airlines globally, states the following for a South African citizen travelling to Canada via the UK. United Kingdom (GB) TWOV (Transit Without Visa): Visa required, except for Passengers who may be granted permission by the Immigration authorities to enter the United Kingdom, for a stay not ...


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The regulation as it is explained on the Finland's Embassy UK site: According to the EU Directive 38/2004 (Art. 2) family members of EEA nationals who are in possession of a British residence permit named "Residence Card of a Family Member of an EEA National" do not need a visa for visits up to 90 days in the Schengen area if they are joining or ...


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The maximum validity of a Schengen visa is 5 years (article 24 of the Schengen Visa Code). What you get is left at the discretion of the consulate to which you apply but I think a UK work permit does indeed improve your chances of getting a multiple-entry visa valid for a year or more. Note that you cannot in any case stay more than 90 days in any 180-day ...


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Based on available information you will likely need visa for both countries since you're traveling with the South African passport. You can find relevant discusson on Lonely Planet as well as this site and VFS Global for Schengen, and Visas Unlimited for Morocco.


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You will still need a Schengen visa to travel to Europe as it is the Issuing Country of your Passport that will be taken into account and not any endorsements that you have inside it.


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South Africans need a visa for the UK. Your Schengen visa doesn't automatically give you a UK visa but I'm sure it will make your application look much better. You can apply online at gov.uk.



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