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Summary: Not from a legal/policy perspective, as the restriction only applies to Mainland Chinese residents. It is difficult to gauge how that affects the ferry you are planning to take though (given there will be less tourist traffic). The BBC article the OP linked contains a link to a notice by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism of the PRC. It reads: ...


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In this regard you are requested to present this letter to the pertinent Maltese consulate or the foreign consulate representing Malta in matters regarding the issue of a visa in order that facilitation may be given to you to be issued with a visa. The latter will enable you to travel to Malta. In ordinary English, this means: We're asking you to take ...


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Let me answer my question. I was granted a visa and was travelling to South Korea. The officer did not ask specifically about the validity of my German residence permit but was focussing on my bank account and was asking whether I have been living in Germany for more than 2 years (because this is one of the requirements for Indonesian citizens who want to ...


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As mentioned in the letter, you need to go to the Consulate to get the Malta Visa. The consulate is situated in N60, Panchsheel Park North, Panchsheel Park, New Delhi, Delhi 110017, India. The details below. https://foreignaffairs.gov.mt/en/Embassies/Hc_New_Delhi/Pages/HC_New_Delhi.aspx Once you have reached the Malta, you can proceed with the actions ...


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Is obtaining an EEA family permit enough to be granted an entry to the UK? No. You also need a valid passport, and your spouse must be in the UK already or arriving with you. Does EEA family permit automatically give me the right to work? No. Your right to work flows directly from law, in light of your relationship with an EEA national. Unfortunately, ...


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When I look it up in Timatic, the following comes up: Residents of Italy with an expired Residence Permit are permitted to re-enter Italy. They must also have a receipt issued by the Italian Post Office or Police Department proving that they have applied for the new residence permit in less than 60 days after the expiration date. They must ...


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The only plausible scenario for enforcement of this rule is for someone living outside the country that issued their residence permit coming to the attention of the police, and the police noticing that they don't have a valid permit. The Schengen area doesn't even track external border crossings of third-country nationals (yet -- they're working on it). ...


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Schengen trusts people who receive a national 'D' visa to abide by the rules. This is a necessary consequence of abolishing routine border checks for Schengen citizens. There are also ways how your violation might caught. There are random checks at the borders which may lead to questions you cannot answer. Hotels (and similar institutions) in many Schengen ...


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