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comment Visit to London from Belgium as a Myanmar citizen
@CGCampbell, indeed. It's the 'visa-begats-visa' phenomenon at work. But still best to assume there may be complications. Does it say 48% approved? Or processed?
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answered Visit to London from Belgium as a Myanmar citizen
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comment Visit to London from Belgium as a Myanmar citizen
@AleksG, there is no such requirement to be a resident to apply for a UK visitor visa. It's misinformation. You too, Relaxed. The rules are explicitly stated on this point.
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comment Are ukranian girls really pretty?
@rocking, true that it's a widely held opinion, but it does not hold up under scrutiny. The girls there have a very different approach to their appearance in public and spend more time and energy and money on it. The links you gave are a DIRECTED sample, they are not a RANDOM sample or even a REPRESENTATIVE sample. If the Ukraine isn't safe to travel at the moment, try Stavropol or Samara for the same perceptions
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answered I have two Schengen visas with adjoining dates, is it OK to travel?
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comment Is an EEA registration certificate (EEA1) valid ID for travel within the Common Travel Area?
@anotherdave, a pleasure, but no need for thanks: stackoverflow.com/help/someone-answers #
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answered Is an EEA registration certificate (EEA1) valid ID for travel within the Common Travel Area?
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comment A year long Schengen visa but I have passed the three months maximum stay
They would have made a memorandum entry in your passport. What does it say?
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comment Consular help for EU national in a country with a limited consulate of own country?
It's a different question. I suggest posting it as such.
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comment Deportation from Ireland
If either country concludes that the person intended to circumvent immigration controls, that will be the end of it for ALL countries in the CTA.
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comment Consular help for EU national in a country with a limited consulate of own country?
@Relaxed, the distinction is between honorary consulates and diplomatic consulates. Two different kettles of fish. But generally outside the scope of the OP's question: "As an EU national am I entitled to consular help if my own country only provides limited services through its consulate or embassy?" And thus belabouring on a 'red herring' :)
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comment Consular help for EU national in a country with a limited consulate of own country?
Answer amended, please read
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comment Consular help for EU national in a country with a limited consulate of own country?
@JoeBlow, amended the answer following your suggestion...
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comment Consular help for EU national in a country with a limited consulate of own country?
"the embassy of another country can probably help you even less" This is a broad generalization that is not supported anywhere and contradicted both by law and practice. What a member state can do is highly specific and definitively enumerated.
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comment Consular help for EU national in a country with a limited consulate of own country?
Um... No, that's not the case. Can you cite an example where a member state acted outside of the law and failed to support an EU citizen? Or otherwise supports your answer? If not, I suggest correcting your answer.