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The US shares criminal records with several other countries, including the UK. UK border officers will be able to access your US criminal history. You should disclose the criminal conviction on your visa application. Doing so does not automatically mean you will be refused; that depends on the specific crime and how much time has passed since you served ...


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German public transport typically only offers single tickets in standard fare or child fare with a child being under the age of 15. Since a university student is most likely port than that and doesn’t look young enough, they won’t be able to chat their way into a child fare. Long-term passes often come in additional flavours such as senior citizens or ...


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Third country nationals can only benefit from EU law when they join or accompany an EU citizen making use of their treaty rights in the UK. That's true for short-term visits (with or without EEA family permit) and for longer term stay. If they live with their EEA citizen sponsor, they are certainly allowed to study in the UK. Otherwise, they are still ...


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