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The accepted answer is incorrect. It says The Schengen Borders Code does require that somebody leaves and reenter the Schengen Area so that the compliance with the 90/180 days rule can be checked. In fact, the Schengen Borders Code says nothing of the kind. It says that passport stamps must be checked when people enter and exit the Schengen area, and it ...


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If your flight departs fifteen minutes after your visa's validity period begins, your only problem is that your visa won't be valid when you check in. This shouldn't be a big problem. It's certainly acceptable to the visa authorities, but you might encounter an airline employee who is overly cautious. If so, point out that your visa is valid on arrival. ...


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Since D-Visas, that are issued to take up a residence, are authorized by the Foreigners Authority (Ausländerbehörde), they will know best what type of visa they have issued and how it can be used. The Schengen Borders Code does require that somebody leaves and reenter the Schengen Area so that the compliance with the 90/180 days rule can be checked. A ...


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Yes, citizens of Cameroon generally need a C-Visa to enter the Schengen Area for a short term visit. Assumptions: Your future wife is a family member (Mother in law) of a EU Citizen (polish) residing in the United Kingdom (which is not a Schengen Member state) . has an Article 10 or 20 Residence Card as a dependent family member the EU Citizen, against ...


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Member state refers to a state of the Schengen area. If it reads Member state of first entry, then you fill in the first country of the Schengen area you enter (probably the one you'll fly to).


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