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You shouldn't do this. The Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs says: A D-type national visa permits to enter the territory of the Republic of Poland and to stay continuously or for several successive times in this territory for a total duration of more than 90 days during the period of validity of the visa, but not longer than one year. A D-type ...


Yes, you can leave Germany for as long as you want with a youth mobility visa. However, you cannot spend more than 90 days in any 180-day period in other Schengen countries with that visa. You could exceed that limit in another Schengen country if you had another D visa from that country. Similarly, if you go to a non-Schengen country such as Canada or ...


Yes. For example, a decade ago there was a big corruption investigation in the German visa section in Kiew. German language news report.


Check out the answer to this link. I also posted the answer I got from the Austrian Ministry of the Interior (office responsible for border Control).

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