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I've contacted the Borders & Coastguard Agency of Gibraltar with exactly the case described above and have received the following answer: We do not accept residency cards issued outside of the United Kingdom unless they have been issued on the basis that the holder is a family member of an EU National. For us to accept the residency card it would need ...


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Should I say yes? Or should I say no because I was under 18 and it wouldn't count. You should say yes. Then you should explain the details, and let the visa officer decide whether it counts or not. In general, you're right that it doesn't count because of your age at the time, but it's your responsibility to tell the truth. Failing to do so, if the ...


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You should disclose any relevant information, including any prior refusals. Your Canadian refusal may make it more difficult to get a UK visa, but consider the alternative. Canada and the UK share immigration data under the Five Eyes treaty. You should assume that the UK already knows you have been refused. If you fail to disclose this fact then the UK may ...


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I don't really know what you consider "unusual" (other than fresh/store-made rather than packaged); I can't think offhand of styles of shortbread that would be available in Edinburgh but not elsewhere in the UK. However, millionaire's shortbread (shortbread layered with caramel and chocolate) is yummy, and this place appears to have it (and still ...


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They check your passport to see if you are eligible to enter their country. They often also check if you are on some wanted list for EU Citizens, entering or leaving the Schengen area, nothing more is done Depending on the jurasdiction and citizenship, the enter/exit information may be stored. Starting the 1st of January 2021, EU Citizens should assume ...


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No, just as a Schengen resident permit does not exempt someone from the UK Standard Visitor visa requirement, the Gibraltar Immigration, Asylum And Refugee Act, 1962-12 forsee's no exception - despite the fact that certain holders (presently: nationals of Morocco, the People’s Republic of China, Mongolia, India or Russia) of a valid multiple entry Schengen ...


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Italy doesn't record entry/exit for EU/EEA citizens. Italy is member of the Schengen Area, so their rule apply first. According to this Wikipedia page, recording the entry and exit is not required. GDPR, in particular, requires that all personal data processing are done only when they are required by a need or regulation. If you are a EU/EEA citizen, which ...


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