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Last September I flew into Paris with a one-way ticket, and nobody said a thing. Later I re-entered France by bus from the UK, and wasn't asked anything, either. Spain and France are both part of the Schengen Area, and as such ought to have the same rules, so you shouldn't have any problem. But it's still possible you might be asked about your travel ...


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I want to travel on 15th of December instead of 11 August. Yes you can, if you hold a Schengen tourist visa (different for work related visas). There is no requirement that you need to travel on the 11th of August. You can travel any day until 28th of February, you exit the Schengen area by 28th of February. Going in the morning of 28th February and ...


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Visas merely specify the time you're allowed to be in the country, plus sometimes the number of times you can enter (eg multiple entry visas). What this means is that the visa is valid for entry any time from August 11th, but you must still leave before February 28th to avoid overstaying your visa. (Note: this sometimes is different for work visas or ...


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Check the transit system website it has been fully updated. You have all fares in each line page, plus a route planner (accessible from "home" page or "find your route" page). This website also works for Menorca island.


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Your best bet is to sign up to a crew-finding website like findacrew.net. A friend who cycled from London to New Zealand did this for the ocean parts - hung out in port and used the site. What was observed is that there are different levels of opportunities. Some berths require that you have licenses or sailing experience, or a particular skill (eg ...


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Traveling with a new passport and a visa in an expired/invalidated passport is pretty common and should be OK. It has however occasionally been an issue in the Schengen area before (specifically in Latvia) and there is a case pending in front the EUCJ about this. But that's for people who still use the same name so there is another complication in your case. ...


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It seems that for Schengen visas, it's actually pretty normal to put your maiden name. And indeed, this is a common question for many embassies about the Schengen visa. Take the Italian Embassy in the Philippines for example - they have an FAQ page: Is it OK that my maiden name is written on my visa? For married female, it is standard that ...



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