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I have been deported from UK two years ago, because I was charged and sentenced for criminal offence. Would there be any issue if I apply for schengn tourist visa

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    Can you apply? Yes, everyone can apply. What kind of issue are you afraid of? The worst thing that can happen is that you will be denied a visa. – Neusser Mar 12 at 18:57
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    @David Richerby Why so? Being deported from another country or sentenced for a criminal offence does not bar a person from travelling to Schengen. The application form doesn't even ask that. – uberqe Mar 12 at 19:09
  • @uberqe Sorry, my comment was vague. Deleted and reposted. You should probably post an expanded version of your comment. – David Richerby Mar 12 at 19:17
  • @Neusser But being denied a visa would be a waste of quite a lot of money. It's pretty obvious that they're afraid that their criminal record will result in denial of the visa. – David Richerby Mar 12 at 19:18
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    Please don't vote as a duplicate of a question that was closed as 'Unclear what you're asking' – Jan Doggen Sep 18 at 21:04