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This is a very dynamic and unprecedented situation, so nobody knows for sure what will happen. So below is more of an opinion rather than known fact. As it currently stands, travel into the 26 EU states as well as Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland, is prohibited for 30 days and as such travel is banned for all non-EU citizens or residents (...


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If you use your credit card abroad, the amount will be exchanged from Euros. The exchange rate is set by the network (Visa/Mastercard) and will be more or less equal to the „official“ rate (interbank exchange rate). Your bank can charge fees on top of that, both per-transaction one-time fees or a percentage. There are also some cards that have no fees at ...


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Generally speaking there are two ways you can pay with a card in a foreign country. The normal method is that the merchant charges the card in the foreign currency, and your bank handles the conversion. In this case the receipt will only show the charges from the merchant in the foreign currency. You will have to check you bank statement to see what rate ...


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Conditions for refund or change of flight dates due to the flight cancellation through a pandemic: https://youtu.be/eV11yGNpe0M and The European Commission has obliged airlines to refund for the tickets on canceled flights! https://youtu.be/XW7uceS_H3U


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R.B, I also submitted my application last Friday in London for France and I got my passport today with a rejection piece of paper. I've had 5 Schengen visas in the past and I was surprised when I saw that it wasn't issued this time. The piece of paper said that due to the current situation and the outbreak of the virus, the consulate decided to not issue ...


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I applied for Netherlands visa from Pakistan, today I received the passport with a visa for 45 duration Multiple entry until 22 May, 2020. I must say that they cannot reject the visa on the base of corona.


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If the delay is due to decreased demand (as opposed to government measures) they are liable for compensation. In fact, if they claim extraordinary circumstances it is on them to prove that to you. I‘d flatly state that the cancellation was their responsibility and therefore you are entitled to compensation. If they refuse, you can still decide if you want ...


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