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Yes, this will affect your chance to enter any other European countries, and probably some non-European countries as well. But it won't normally result in an automatic refusal. A past refusal of entry will certainly serve as a red flag to any visa officer or border officer who is evaluating whether to grant you a visa or allow you into a country. But if ...


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Under the terms of the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) you have a right to know what information is held about you by any company or organisation that is in the EU. This applies even if you aren't a EU citizen or resident. However, state organisations do have the right to withhold some information for state-security reasons. You can ask the ...


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