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An agreement among many European countries whereby the borders between them may be crossed without border formalities but for which citizens of various other countries need an overall visa.

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Yes, you can. The Schengen area implies free travel of persons. That means, your passport will not be checked by immigration (you still have to identify yourself to the airline for which you may have …
answered Sep 22 '17 by Abigail
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No they won't. The EU makes airlines fly passengers without valid documents back to where they came from, without compensating the airlines. Hence, airlines will check whether you have a valid visa, a …
answered Sep 14 '17 by Abigail
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Yes. Schiphol airport has a "Schengen" and a "non-Schengen" zone. To move from one area to another you have go through security and passport control (passport control happens if you enter/leave the … Schengen zone, not if you travel between countries in the Schengen zone (assuming no temporary measures)). You do not have to go land-side, you can move between the zones air-side. On top of that …
answered Dec 6 '18 by Abigail
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Yes, you can. As @Greg Hewgill points out, you don't have a problem with visa. You do have to clear immigration and customs leaving the secure area to go landside, and clear security and immigration w …
answered Jan 3 by Abigail
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All the airlines cares about is whether you have the papers to be accepted into the Netherlands. Since you have are a US citizen, there is no visa requirement to enter the Netherlands. As long as your …
answered Jul 8 by Abigail