I have applied for a Schengen-Visa few days back. Today I got a mail from the airline reservation desk saying that my flights ( both up and down)are cancelled due to some operational issues and gave me an offer to fly on the closest available flights (one day prior to my original dates). Will it lead to a visa denial? What do I do in this situation?

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    Can you give your nationality, country of residence and country you have applied for the visa for?
    – Willeke
    May 15 '16 at 8:34
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    I am an Indian citizen, residing in UAE. I have applied for czech visa.
    – J_James
    May 15 '16 at 9:06

No it will not. The flight reservations are part of documentation you provide to establish the nature of your itinerary. You are free to change the flights dates and times.

The only impact it has is on the validity period of your visa - especially if this is the first time you are applying.

The embassy may choose to pin you validity dates to within +/- a few days of your supplied itinerary.


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