I am a citizen of Moldova and I plan to travel to Finland from Turkey, where I currently reside, as an interpreter for two people on a business trip. I am a freelance interpreter, so I am not a registered employee of the company whose representatives I will be traveling with.
Under the current travel regulations Moldavian citizens do not require a visa for short visits to the Schengen area. However I am worried about whether my visit purpose is covered by the visa exemption. Should I mention that I travel as an interpreter to the immigration officer at the border? If I do, could there be any issues?
I will be able to provide proof of accommodation, return tickets etc.