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First, let me say that you have omitted two critical facts: Does your future husband reside in Germany? Do you plan to settle with him there? If the answer to both questions is yes, then your presence in Germany would be subject to German national immigration law, which is somewhat more restrictive than the EU's free movement provisions. You would still ...


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Does this count for transiting too? Yes, see https://www.iatatravelcentre.com/world.php -> US for details (depends on where one comes from, visa, spouse, kids, etc.). Published 27.08.2020 Passengers who have transited or have been in Austria, Belgium, Brazil, China (People's Rep.), Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, ...


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Yes, this will affect your chance to enter any other European countries, and probably some non-European countries as well. But it won't normally result in an automatic refusal. A past refusal of entry will certainly serve as a red flag to any visa officer or border officer who is evaluating whether to grant you a visa or allow you into a country. But if ...


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The EU has some confusingly-written information about your rights to access data about you which is stored in the SIS: If data about a person are stored, that person has the right to request access to those data and make sure that they are accurate and lawfully entered. If this is not the case, the person has the right to request correction or deletion. ...


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According to https://www.iatatravelcentre.com/world.php, you can enter Germany because of an exception applying to "passengers with a long term visa issued by an EEA Member State or Switzerland." While airlines will check IATA (Timatic, more specifically), it's prudent to check the official source which concurs. https://www.bmi.bund.de/SharedDocs/...


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which information, if any, from my ID do the border police of either country record when they check it? According to Schengen rules, travels are not recorded, especially those of EU/EEA/CH nationals. The police will only check for the validity of the document, not take note of it. I will only carry my biometric passport and driving licence. The European ...


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I am originally from India and have a long-term residence permit for Germany (through work). https://www.iatatravelcentre.com/world.php -> France: you can transit but not enter France. Note that if you need to pick up + recheck your luggages before flying from France to Portugal, then you're likely need to enter France. As recommended for many covid ...


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You can enter the UK without a visa or family permit, with your wife, if your card says "carta di soggiorno di familiare di un cittadino dell'Unione." In that case it is an article 10 card. It could also indicate permanent residence, in which case it's an article 20 card, but I don't know the exact wording in Italian. It will certainly end with ...


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Under the terms of the EU's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) you have a right to know what information is held about you by any company or organisation that is in the EU. This applies even if you aren't a EU citizen or resident. However, state organisations do have the right to withhold some information for state-security reasons. You can ask the ...


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I successfully entered Greece from Vietnam without any problem. (the immigration officer didn't ask anything where I am coming from)


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