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As a matter of fact, it does mean that almost all applicants at the consulates you mention do get a MEV. Now, does it mean that you will get one to if you plan a trip to Italy? Generally, consulates are free to issue whatever they want. There are legally binding rules in the Schengen visa code and guidelines in other documents produced by the EU commission ...


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First things first, the title question: Yes, it's possible to apply for a single-entry visa and be given a multiple-entry visa. My wife and I were previously in a long-distance relationship while she lived in Russia, and had that experience regularly from multiple Schengen countries. No doubt related to the fact that she has a very long travel history with ...


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