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Your friend's leave was curtailed at port and they were issued temporary admission for three weeks. It's not unusual at all for this to happen, especially if the visitor has personal affairs that need attention and they are not a flight risk. There is no such rule limiting a person's stay to 90 days per year or any other period per year. When a person has ...


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Let's take this one first: Can she appeal? No. When your friend was removed, she was served with a removal notice at the port, this explains the reason(s) for the removal and whether or not there is recourse for their decision. Since she arrived on a visit visa, she has no recourse (including appeal). We can't understand whether this is right. When ...


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UK visit visas are usually granted for 3 or 6 months and 1, 2, 5 or 10 years. Even if you are staying a day in the UK, visa will be granted for a minimum of 3 months (could be 6 months depending on the entry clearance officer) One of the general requirements for a Visitor Visa is You must intend to leave the UK after the end of your visit... Changing ...


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You should definitely consider an appeal, not to salvage this trip (there is not enough time) but to avoid having an annulment on your record (in Schengen terminology, an annulment implies fraud and is definitely worse than a revocation or a mere refusal). It is however very difficult to lodge a successful appeal and not something you can hope to do ...


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Specifically, there's a question on the application form, "Have you ever had Russian visa cancelled or revoked?" Well, have you? You have, so you should choose the "yes" option. When I filled an application for a Russian visa a few months ago, all yes/no questions where you might need or want to provide additional information about your answer offered a ...


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You should contact the consulate of the country that issued your visa and ask them to cancel it. Make sure they put a "cancelled without prejudice" stamp. If they do, you shouldn't have problems getting Schengen visas in the future. If your visa is about to expire, consulates will have no problem cancelling it. But your circumstances are different and very ...


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Can they? Yes, probably. Will they? No Although you should have cancelled in time but one single room booking is not going to be enough for them to take the claim to a court for an international tourist who never got a permission to come to their country in the first place. Since you agreed to pay in cash, there is no hold on your credit/debit card. At ...


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You applied for a settlement visa whilst simultaneously holding a valid family visit visa. Your settlement application was refused. You want to know if they can cancel the family visit visa because of this. Yes, they can cancel any visa any time they want. In your case they did not cancel the visit visa when they refused your settlement application, so ...


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It does not matter. Your D visa gives you extended rights to stay in Italy and has for all practical purposes the same validity as a C visa in all other Schengen countries.


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While theoretically a country's decision on granting you a visa may depend on your visa application history with other countries, unless they're closely tied (as in Schengen countries) or you deliver them the information yourself (such as your passport that you use in the application being stamped Rejected), they have practically no way to get that ...


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If you already have a valid visa, it remains valid. The restriction is for new visas only. Existing visas are not automatically invalidated. Further, you cannot request the embassy to cancel your visa. It can only be canceled by the sponsor (at least they have to start the process, and eventually it is marked as revoked by the Ministry of Interior of Kuwait)...


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The company probably won't be happy with you, but No - not using a visa that you were granted will not have any negative impact. A visa is just being granted permission to visit the country. It's not an obligation to do so. The visa was paid for either way, so the government is happy. The worst that you may see is being asked why you didn't go if you do ...


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No, unless specifically asked at the interview. No Unlikely in my opinion. It depends on whether or not the counselor knows about the cancellation, why it was cancelled, and how that affects your credibility and intentions as a non-immigrant to the USA. I wouldn't bother with a covering letter because if there is an issue, you will have the opportunity to ...


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Your visas were issued independently so the answer is NO. The cancellation of you wife's does not affect you. Unless the issuance of the visa was predicated upon the same information that you both provided.


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“Unwilling” would be more accurate. They are certainly able to do both, legally speaking. On applying for a visa before its expiry, cf. article 9 of the Schengen Visa code: Applications shall be lodged no more than three months before the start of the intended visit. Holders of a multiple-entry visa may lodge the application before the expiry of the visa ...


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