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Your departure date (2021-12-11 20:00 EST) is 2021-12-12 02:00 CET. The date of arrival (and departure) on the corresponding passport stamp is what counts. I don't recall any regulation that deals with any timezone difference between WET (Portugal), CET and EET (Finland/Greece), so assume that the local timezone of the country that issues the passport stamp ...


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I recently applied for the Schengen Visa at the German Consulate in Toronto. All of my papers were black and white. The guy at the consulate took a quick look to compare my original passport and the copy version, and returned the copy to me. So you will probably be fine, tho I can't speak for the German Consulate in other countries. I got approved in less ...


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If you plan on touching down in a country as part of an international trip, you will always need to follow the rules of all countries involved. Specifically in your case: you need to follow the rules of your country of origin (here: the US) for leaving and re-entering including potential quarantine you need to follow the rules of your layover(s) (here: ...


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