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I am applying for Schengen visa soon. I have two consecutive pages on passport but they are almost in the front. Page no 4-5 are blank in 34 pages passport. Is it still fine?

I know there are lots of questions around two consecutive pages, but just to confirm one additional condition I am asking this question.

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    Why would it not be fine?
    – Kuba
    Jan 28, 2018 at 13:34
  • Just making sure because the second country I applied visa for missed those pages and all the visa I got later never used those pages. And saw someone asking about the chronological order on stamps. Thought might be needed in visa too. @kuba
    – Manish
    Jan 28, 2018 at 14:09
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    There's no chronological order requirement for visas and entry stamp that I've heard of. I've been denied a visa for not having a two opposing consecutive empty pages (by Kosovo), while the UK only requires two consecutive pages back to back. But never heard of a chronological order of visas being an issue ever
    – crayarikar
    Jan 28, 2018 at 15:00
  • got visa today. I had two consecutive blank page in the front and a page with just one blank side in the end. Got visa in the end.
    – Manish
    Feb 23, 2018 at 2:55

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According to OP:

Got visa today. I had two consecutive blank page in the front and a page with just one blank side in the end. Got visa in the end.

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