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My cancelled flight caused me to overstay my visa and now my visa application was rejected

Actually, you did overstay. Your best defense is that it was negligent rather than intentional, but you are responsible for reading the regulations. For the benefit of other readers of this Q&A: ...
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Does my Indonesian friend need to prepare the visa for her 8 year old son (US passport holder) to visit Slovakia and the Czech Republic?

No: since her son is a US citizen, he does not need a visa for the Schengen Area. As for your friend, Slovakia and Czechia are both members of the Schengen Area, so she only needs to apply for one ...
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Czech Republic registration requirements for UK citizens

Is this really the case? Yes, when you are staying somewhere where the registration is not done for you by the accommodation (i.e. private residence) for EU citizens: 30 days for others: 3 days A ...
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Can I use an ÖBB ticket for an alternative international route?

To the best of my research, bahn.de sells "Wien - Krakow" (via Breclav, using the EC 130) as "Flexpreis Europa" and presents it as "Unrestricted choice of trains". This ...
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Can I use an ÖBB ticket for an alternative international route?

Strictly speaking you do not buy a ticket for a train. So you do not buy a ticket for EC 106. What you buy is a ticket "Vienne to Krakow". And the default is for such tickets to be valid on ...
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When Schengen Visa issuing country is different from first entry Schengen country

Things like this happen. Also see this. Despite these cases, I do not believe the mistake you have mentioned is a common occurrence. Anyway here is a short advice: arrive well in advance to your ...
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When Schengen Visa issuing country is different from first entry Schengen country

Except for some less knowledgeable subcontractors at some airports, you are very unlikely to have any issues boarding your flight to the Czech Republic, people do that every day. what if the airline ...
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