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I have a visa d germany Valid for Deutschland and Mult entry For 90 days until 01.09.2019 Can i travel out off schengen area i want to go too Kosovo and back again,but kosovo is out off schengen area and out off europe can i travel to kosovo with bus or not?!

  • You should blank out your personal details before posting a picture of your visa. What is your citizenship? – Traveller Jul 20 at 13:47
  • I am Kosovar citizenship – Nazmi Mehani Jul 20 at 13:57
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    As you note yourself the visa is good for multiple entries. What would be the problem? – Henning Makholm Jul 20 at 14:22
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    It can take some time to get your residence permit, so you should start this process as soon as you arrive in Germany. – Michael Hampton Jul 20 at 16:18
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With your multiple-entry visa you can come and go in the Schengen Area as many times as you like. Just make sure that you do not spend more than 90 days in total in the Schengen Area and that you do not stay beyond the validity period.

Your visa type D is valid for Germany, but allows for visits to the other Schengen States, with the possible exception of Spain, that does not recognise Kosovo as an independent state. You can therefore transit trough several countries without an additional visa. While not in the Schengen Area yet, Croatia will also accept your German visa.

Bosnia-Herzegovina will require a specific visa and Serbia will not accept a Kosovan passport.

  • can I get back from hungary in the schengen area by bus because the visa is writing valid for deutschland can that be a problem or i have to enter schengen with plane in germany?? – Nazmi Mehani Jul 20 at 14:47
  • @NazmiMehani: The visa allows for transit through other Schengen states. – Henning Makholm Jul 20 at 14:47
  • Note that the 90-day rule does not count days spent in the country that issued the D visa. – Henning Makholm Jul 20 at 14:48
  • So i dont have any problem if i left schengen area with this visa and back again? – Nazmi Mehani Jul 20 at 17:14

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