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Visa-free access to the Schengen area by refugees is not harmonised across all Schengen states, and each state still has different requirements. Of those you mentioned, you can travel visa-free to France, Italy and the Netherlands visa-free for 90 days out of every 180 days. You must travel with both your refugee travel document and IRP (Irish Residence ...


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Currently, Australian borders are closed with few exceptions to foreign nationals due to Covid-19 pandemic. Parents of an independent adult are not considered immediate family for the purpose of exemptions. Weddings are also not usually considered a compassionate and compelling reason to travel. At this time, even if you obtain a visa, you won't be allowed ...


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Today, Timatic now says that: The following are exempt from holding a visa: Passengers with a US Travel Document (Form I-571) issued to refugees with nationality of Jamaica shown on the bio-data page of the travel document. Passengers with a Permit to Re-Enter (Form I-327) issued by the USA with nationality of Jamaica shown on the bio-data page of the ...


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In principle you can be a tourist anywhere in the Schengen area for 90 days out of every 180 days using your permesso di soggiorno. Going to Zurich is not a problem. You will also need to carry your documento di viaggio. This is your passport-replacing travel document. You do not need a visa to transit in the UAE as long as you remain airside. If you want ...


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