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You were removed from the UK in 2011 when you made an application for a post-study work visa and they determined that you had submitted a forged document. You do not have your removal paperwork, and hence do not know the conditions of your removal. You may need to visit Sweden and want to know if your removal will have a pejorative effect on your ...


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This may sound harsh, but if you show the Swedish embassy proof that you have a lot of economic resources, it will be easy to get a visa. If you don't, think twice before you try again. Sweden is cold and dark and may be a difficult place for someone used to living in tropical conditions. Sweden is currently overwhelmed by Syrian and Iraqi immigrants. This ...


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Several things tell me too that you were not planning to leave Sweden after your visa has expired. I am sorry you were denied the visa, but the outcome seems reasonable to me. First, you talk about visiting friends and family, then it's your boyfriend, then your man. Second, you are a student but won't be a student anymore in one month. So, no reason to ...


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I believe that the "real" reason for the denial of your visa was number 2, "Your intention to leave the territory of the member states before the expiry of the visa could not be ascertained." A complicating factor appears to be the "boyfriend" issue. The country may already be uncertain about him, and therefore about you. Since you have not told us your ...


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Given the knowledge I obtained through years of applying to residence permits and visas, I can say (in my non-expert opinion) that this was to be expected. If I were your case officer, I'd have reported enough red flags for you to have a negative decision. Let's see the reasons they've given you: 1.Justification for the purpose and conditions of the ...


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Long term ties to your homeland There are multiple obvious reasons why your visitor visa was declined - you fail to prove that you can't possibly have any intention in staying in Sweden, and a number of factors indicate such a risk. You need to demonstrate serious long-term ties to your homeland, and lack of such ties to Sweden; you need to show that you ...


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CGCampbell has provided a good answer. It is likely that you will not be granted a Schengen visa (that is what you are applying for, there's no Swedish visa) because your situation is precisely the one where governments often deny visas - you are from a less developed country, cannot show a source of income, and cannot show strong ties to your home country. ...


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TL:DR: I don't think you can. Potential issues to overcome: no history of income Every country that is asked to admit a foreign national as a tourist, needs to ensure that person won't become a drain on resources provided for its citizens. You state your boyfriend is to provide your means to subsist. However, from Sweden's point of view, what if you ...



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