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First of all, thanks to Crazydre for his answer and guidance through this tedious procedure of obtaining a transit waiver. Until now I have not received a confirmation from the Hunagarian police and there are some financial consequences if I don't cancel the trip today. Sometimes this kind of requests take time, I get that. I should have done this earlier. ...


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A Dutch citizen cannot possibly be refused entry to their own country; simple as that! Austria has no entry restrictions at the internal Schengen border (e.g. from Germany/Hungary). Germany allows entry for professionals on duty such as deliverers. The obstacle will be Hungary, which refuses entry to all foreigners except EU/EFTA citizens residing there ...


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Does the 90 day rule apply to me (when I travel alone), given the 2 documents I possess are a Brazilian passport and a UK residence card? Yes. You are exempt from the 90-day rule when you travel with (or to join) your Italian spouse. Otherwise, you are supposed to comply with it. How exactly is the rule applied? Based on my understanding of the rule, ...


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I am writing my experience with this question which may help few travelers. I have personally contacted at least 3 different border control authorities over email (in Europe) for questions regarding immigration. In all cases, I contacted the Airport Helpdesk and asked them to redirect question to proper authorities. In all the time I got response from the ...


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I have a valid récépissé and I know this is not a valid document to travel (back) to France. As explained before, a récépissé can replace a visa but only if it's a récépissé for a renewal. As you wrote, a récépissé for a first application would not open any right to come back to France after a trip abroad. But anyway, I'm from a country which gets 90 ...


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