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The UK Border Agency has a page describing just this, including how to apply for travel documents if one was stateless. They note that: A stateless persons' document issued to an adult will usually be valid for 10 years if you have permission to stay in the United Kingdom permanently (known as 'indefinite leave to remain'). If you have temporary ...


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Countries provide travel documents for citizens of other countries, or stateless persons. These documents are called "Laissez Passer" (French for "Let through"). Usually, Laissez-Passer holders are required for visas to any country. Prominent examples: Jews from many countries were forced to renounce local citizenships when they wanted to immigrate to ...


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You are a stateless person or a refugee with a Refugee Travel Document I-571 issued by the United States and wish to know if you must obtain a visa to travel in the Schengen area on your Refugee Travel Document. Generally this varies both by the country you wish to travel to, and the country that issued the refugee travel document. Some examples: Germany ...


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Territorial limitations are listed in the visible region of the Schengen visa (as opposed to the machine readable region). For your specific question: "is this meaning that i cannot go to estonia (not that i plan) or that i can go?!", the answer is NO. A restriction against Estonia (issued by a Spanish consulate) would look like... ESTADOS SCHENGEN (-EE) ...


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Many countries issue travel documents to people resident there who are either 1) stateless, or 2) unable to get a passport from their country of nationality. It is usually called "Certificate of Identity", "Alien's Passport", or "Re-entry Permit", depending on the country. This article talks about the many forms of such documents. It could be a 1954 ...


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The point of the Schengen agreement was to abolish border checks and create a single (short-stay) visa policy, which has mostly been achieved, but not necessarily to create actionable rights for non-EU citizens. There is therefore no “right to free movement” in the Schengen area as such. There is something called the “freedom of movement” in the European ...


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When in transit at Ataturk international airport, you do not pass through passport controls. Therefore, you would not need a transit visa. However, if you have to pick up your bags and re-check your bags, or if you have to move from Ataturk to Sahiba Gokcen (or vice versa), you will go through passport control and will need a transit visa. I don't see how ...


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Here's what the French consulate general has to say: The foreign spouse of a EU national enter France without visa if holding: A valid travel document ; A valid UK residence permit with the endorsement "family member of EEA national" (this endorsement is compulsory to be visa exempted); and if they are joining or travelling with the EU ...


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Germany, Hungary and Slovakia are so far the only Europe countries that allow visa free entry for US Refugee Travel Document holders.


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The visa validity is what determines the length of your stay. If your visa is valid till 24 Jun then you can stay inside Schengen till that date, period. Edit: I am wrong, some visas do have a specified length of stay, see my comment on @GayotFow's answer. While it is impossible to answer the other half with surety without seeing the visa, I have some ...


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We do not travel. We can not. like myself stateless persons have no legal identity, so it has become almost imposable since 9-11 for us to get through all the paperwork and list of requirements needed for any travel document. Many stateless persons can not travel within the borders of the country they call home because they lack "official" documentation, we ...



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