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The main page relevant for EU (from France) and rabbits in English can be found here: https://www.sozialministerium.at/siteEN/Health/Information_for_Travellers/Movement_of_other_pets_between_Member_states_of_the_EU_the_EEA_and_Switzerland It contains a link for an English pdf, where rabbits (not intended for food production) is explicitly listed. Short ...


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The other question already covers the 5 hour delay so I will not repeat that part here, but I assume you're also interested in smaller delays (in case of 2h meeting, a 2-3h delay is enough to ruin your agenda and make the travel pointless). While such situation are partially covered by the EU regulation, you also have to consider tort law. The latter may ...


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If I were you, I would (of course) mention the refusal when asked. I would not address the validity of that refusal, nor of the evidence on which it was based, unless asked. For an EEA family permit, you're only supposed to have to establish a limited number of facts: Your identity, The EU, EEA, or Swiss nationality of your family member, Your ...


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The flights are on the same ticket, so the airlines should make sure you can take all flight (else they are actively blocking you to fulfill the travel contract). The EU right allow you to cancel the flight and get full refund, in case of delays (instead of compensation). This has few rules, but it should be better than flying and returning without exiting ...


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I have used planes, trains, ferries as foot passenger and as car passenger. In each case it mostly depended on whether you were the first in the line or behind a lot of others. For the trains you go through passport control before you get on the train. In that case you have to be there about 40 minutes before the train leaves, before that the passport line ...


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I am not aware of any restriction regarding nuts. For the sausage, it's slightly more complicated because animal products are heavily regulated under EU law. A quick summary from the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture's webpage: In order to prevent the introduction of animal epidemics, it is prohibited to bring meat, milk and products derived ...


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Freedom of movement is a matter of both EU and UK law, namely Directive 2004/38/EC and the Immigration (European Economic Area) Regulations 2016, which implement the directive. Also relevant is the UK law concerning giving notice to marry. These requirements can be found in the Marriage Act 1949 (as amended) and the Immigration Act 2014. Under the spirit ...


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I'm assuming that you're not already visa exempt due to your nationality. Then Timatic states that as an Italian resident, you will not need a visa: Visa Exemptions: Passengers with a residence permit issued by Italy for a maximum stay of 90 days. The maximum stay is granted within 180 days. Passengers with a valid D visa issued by Italy for a ...


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You can apply as an unmarried partner if you can show that you’re in a lasting relationship with your EU partner. However, unmarried partners are not guaranteed to get a permit. https://www.gov.uk/family-permit/eea-family-permit


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Immigration Officers have to establish that the ID card/passport is a genuine document (not forged or counterfeit) and that the person presenting it is the rightful holder of that document (not an impostor).Tech equipment goes a long way but a conversation with the passenger helps to establish credibility. For example an Officer may ask a few clarifying ...


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When you're asked a question, you give more information to a trained examiner than simply what's in your answer. Your tone of voice, degree of eye contact, your body language and facial expressions, how long you take to give an answer: all these and more communicate information. El Al famously extensively train their security personnel to pick up on and ...


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Freedom of movement does not imply freedom from immigration inspection. The border agent may ask you whatever they want, including nothing at all. Freedom of movement is about the right to travel to, live and work in another member state without the administrative issues of visas and work permits, etc. Freedom of movement is not absolute, either. If you are ...


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