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Most likely the reason they were concerned with your attendance was concern that you were seeking illegal employment. It is a very common scam for foreigners to enroll in college merely as a pretense to obtain a student visa, then skip out on classes while working: either more hours than allowed for a student, or in jobs not allowed for a student. Your ...


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Yes you can, says the cabin crewmember who was "removed" from the UK back in 1998 due to attendance issues (and other stuff), and then got back to the UK in 2004 or 2005 as a cabin crew with no issues. I wasn't "refused entry", I was asked to leave the country by the immigration (the school reported me), I changed the ticket date and left from the airport ...


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No, with the default Irish Visit (Tourist) Visa you cannot enter the United Kingdom (including Northern Ireland). Only with a visa issued against the British Irish Visa Scheme or a combination of Irish and UK Visitor visa is traveling between the Irish Republic and the United Kingdom possible. Note: The Common Travel Area rules apply mainly to Irish and ...


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This is generally not possible, as visas for the CTA are not valid for both countries : You cannot travel to Northern Ireland using an Irish visa, except if travelling under the British Irish Visa Scheme (explained above). You need a visa issued by the United Kingdom. If you travel from the Republic of Ireland to Northern Ireland and then wish to ...


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You are not only allowed to fly this route, it is mandatory that you do so. In order to use the Irish Short Stay Visa Waiver, you must first clear immigration in the UK, then travel to Ireland. You cannot take a flight directly to Ireland without going through the UK first. This doesn't apply to exiting; you can exit via whichever country you wish.


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Not necessarily, since a 'Short Stay (C)' Visa may be issued that allows you to enter up to a specific date and then remain up to 90 days. Applying for a visa on such a short notice was not a good idea. Visas for Ireland: Make sure to apply in good time (see "How to apply" tab below). To be fair to all applicants, applications are processed ...


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