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A type of visa often required to pass through one country in a short period of time if it's necessary to get to another country. Don't forget to include your citizenship when asking!

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As explained in Do I need a visa to transit (or layover) in the Schengen area? Egyptian citizens do not need an airport transit visa anywhere in the Schengen area except in the Czech Republic. So if y …
answered Jul 22 '15 by Relaxed
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The purpose of a transit visa is… to transit through a country on the way to another destination. In some cases, a transit visa is simply a regular visa with a different name based on the purpose of t …
answered Feb 18 '14 by Relaxed
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You will need to go through UK immigration to change airports. I am assuming you are an Indian citizen and don't have a European residence permit. In that case, you will need a visa. Merely holding a …
answered Jul 7 '14 by Relaxed
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No, you don't need any other visa. You would not get one if you tried to apply for it. On the other hand, your point of entry is indeed Germany, it's not even something that's a matter of interpretat …
answered Feb 17 '16 by Relaxed
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There is no contradiction, the Lufthansa website you found should be read as meaning transiting through either Munich or Frankfurt but not both at the same time (an exclusive "or" or XOR if you are fa …
answered Dec 25 '16 by Relaxed
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It's sometimes difficult to find the right information but everything is somewhere on the EU website. Wikipedia has a good summary as well. Some embassies or government websites from the various Schen …
answered Jun 17 '14 by Relaxed
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If your visa is really only valid for Norway, then you do need another visa to go through Germany (and it needs to be a regular Schengen visa or possibly a special German visa but not merely an “airpo …
answered Jun 22 '15 by Relaxed
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As @phoog already wrote, you do not need a transit visa. Note that all the info you might have read about transit visas apply to people who come from outside the Schengen area and leave it immediatel …
answered Mar 2 '15 by Relaxed
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The Canadian visa, duration of transit, etc. are all irrelevant. As a Syrian citizen, you need a visa to leave the airport. The same rules apply for a one-day transit en route to somewhere else and fo …
answered Sep 11 by Relaxed
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The information you found is outdated. There used to be a transit visa for the Schengen area but this is not the case anymore. And as you correctly surmised, the exemption for US visa holders only app …
answered May 9 '16 by Relaxed
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You don't need a visa for airside transit in Paris thanks to your US visa. Assuming you are an Indian citizen, you would otherwise need an airport transit visa (ATV). If you would need an ATV, you cou …
answered Aug 28 '14 by Relaxed
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Starting from the destination, Trinidad and Tobago has two airports with commercial services. Unfortunately, all the long-haul or transcontinental flights listed in the Wikipedia articles on Piarco In …
answered Sep 18 '15 by Relaxed
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Airlines can and do check whether people meet some basic requirements to enter their destination. Of course, they can't guarantee that someone will ultimately be let in (e.g. they don't know how the l …
answered Jun 2 '15 by Relaxed
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The travel insurance requirement derives from article 15 of the Schengen visa code, which reads: Applicants for a uniform visa for one or two entries shall prove that they are in possession of …
answered Apr 4 '16 by Relaxed
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You don't need an airport transit visa. Article 3(5) of the Schengen Visa code provides that The following categories of persons shall be exempt from the requirement to hold an airport transit vis …
answered Jul 21 '16 by Relaxed