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It is possible, though he will need a separate visa for the UK than the schengen visa. Its a well known problem for many non-EU people in the UK/I or mainland Europe that they can't easily go to the other one. Since he is working in Germany, can prove he is settled there, etc... he shouldn't have any problems getting the visa. But he still has to go through ...


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Technical note: Nationals of country B are not issued a 90-day visa upon entry to the Schengen area; rather, they are allowed to enter without a visa. That means that country B is an "Annex II" country. When you leave the Schengen area with your Annex II passport, the border guard will probably notice the lack of an entry stamp and consider whether to ...


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Having residency in a Schengen country does not allow entry to the UK. Entering the information from your question into the UK government's site to check whether a visa is required shows that your friend will need a UK visitor visa.


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Yes, your residence card (Aufenthaltstitel) allows you to travel within Germany, but does not allow you to cross the national border. You are, however, required to show and/or hand out your passport and/or residence permit to an authorized official such as police and customs officer government employees, such as foreigners and registration officials upon ...


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Yes https://www.gov.uk/check-uk-visa/y Permanent residency status elsewhere in the EU does not allow Ukrainian citizens to enter the UK without a visa.


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In theory, the Aufenthaltstitel (Residence Title) card need not be translated, since there is a PRADO entry that gives an English translation of the different types. Relavant may be for them the Type of title you have, that can be found in the Field: Art des Titels. In the Anmerkungen (comments) field contains the legal base on which the type was issued ...


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For anyone interested, my electronic residence permit was enough for this trip (considering I was staying at the first port of entry for a period of less than 24 hours).


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The UK runs a governmental website which contains plenty of information on the topic. It is complete and interactive. What you can do is use the dedicated tool to check whether or not you need a visa. In your case: You’ll need a visa to come to the UK The visa you need depends on your partner or family member’s situation. They’re a British citizen In most ...


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Can I fly from another EU country to the US? Of course. You can fly from any country to the US. Do not forget to list those countries in your customs declaration. I heard some issues from my colleague that, even if I am allowed to fly from another EU country, it will be a problem when I arrive at the US. Because the immigration officer will strictly ...


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You are operating under a couple of misconceptions. As an Australian citizen I am granted an extra 90 days in Germany ON TOP of my Schengen travel, as long as that stay is at the end of my journey. ...and... I have spent 22 days on the Schengen Clock, which 'paused' when I entered Germany due to the bilateral agreement. No. Bilateral agreements ...


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You’re safe without the passport on domestic flights in Germany. As a Norwegian citizen living in Germany for over 30 years, I have never had to show my passport on a domestic flight.


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You cannot get the visa changed. You can apply for a different visa while you have a short-stay visa, but a tourist visa has a maximum of 90 days, and might be granted for less.


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Neither country requires visa applicants to apply from their country of citizenship, so you can apply from Germany. You can apply online for both countries. Fill out the online application form, and scan and upload supporting documents. For Australia, the process is entirely electronic as applications from Germany are (as of time of writing) not required ...


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If they are citizens of a country which is allowed visa free entry in Germany, such as the USA, then they can travel to Germany and apply for residency when they are here. However, if they are not from such a country then you have to apply for a family reunion visa for your family members in the country where they are currently resident. If they are ...


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Residents of the European Union are not eligible for VAT tax refunds when taking goods outside the European Union. Since you are not a visitor (i.e. no entry stamp based on the 90/180 days rule), but a resident (you have a residence permit), customs will see that you are not eligible after a quick look at your passport. You should, however, look into the ...


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Caveat: IANAL so I may be misinterpreting things and getting things wrong where we enter legal territory. As a legal resident of an EU member state you appear to have two sets of rights: one that derives from your status as the spouse of an EU national, which allows you to exercise full Freedom of Movement rights when travelling with your spouse and one ...


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