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comment UK visa to sit for PLAB 1 without savings or job
@MichaelHampton, nice call.
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comment UK visa to sit for PLAB 1 without savings or job
The part that says "...they do not relieve the applicant of demonstrating ties..."
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comment UK visa to sit for PLAB 1 without savings or job
Be sure to read travel.stackexchange.com/search?q=plab and travel.stackexchange.com/questions/66104/…
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comment German environmental auto badge (Umweltplakette)
Your question, as stated, is answered in the canonical.
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comment Will I be refused entry to the UK if I have stayed more than 90 days in the Schengen countries?
@Tor-EinarJarnbjo, thanks for that clarification; good to see there's solid research behind some comments. I still don't think it's fair, but that's another story.
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comment Will I be refused entry to the UK if I have stayed more than 90 days in the Schengen countries?
@Tor-EinarJarnbjo it doesn't seem fair to exclude Americans from getting a Schengen if they want to have one. Even though most do not need one, maybe a felon might. Or somebody who just wants a flashy sticker in their passport. Are you sure they are excluded?
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revised Does being an Irish person born in the UK make me a previous British citizen?
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comment Will I be refused entry to the UK if I have stayed more than 90 days in the Schengen countries?
Your first question should be how to get out of Schengen without being served or fined. The outcome of that event will weigh heavily on how the UK reacts to your arrival. All the rest is pure conjecture and we are not prophets. Read the archives here about getting out of Schengen when you are in breach.
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revised Refused UK Visit Visa - now I want to study there
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comment Refused UK Visit Visa - now I want to study there
Hi, student visas have a different topology from the visas we're familiar with (i.e., standard visitor visas). Different assumptions, different criteria, and so forth. The sister site, Expats, will help you. expatriates.stackexchange.com/questions close voting as off-topic.
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comment Does being an Irish person born in the UK make me a previous British citizen?
In the future, get a British passport and then travel on the one that provides the most flexibility. The British passport may be more helpful in the Commonwealth etc etc
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comment Does being an Irish person born in the UK make me a previous British citizen?
No, you are not 'previously' British. You are a dual now. Unless you have formally renounced you will always be British. You're dual, you need to come to terms with it and put it down on the form.
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comment Does being an Irish person born in the UK make me a previous British citizen?
I know what it means. For an Irish national it means they live here. Read the act for more info.
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comment Does being an Irish person born in the UK make me a previous British citizen?
@CMaster the Ireland Act 1949 says that all Irish residents in the UK will be automatically treated as permanently settled. So if the OP was born in the UK to those parents he is a dual national. There's no 'previously' about it.
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revised Do I require a UK visa when I already have a Schengen multiple entry 3 year visa?
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comment What is a change of circumstances that outweighs a previous overstay in a UK visa application?
Per the above comment, you can scan your refusal notice and upload it into your question. It should be two pages and you can use Paint to blacken out your name and GWF number. The question will most likely be closed until it's uploaded (or transcribed).