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You can read more about the LOC here in this Ministry of Home Affairs site. First point of this circular says For the future, it is considered that whenever any authority issues a warning circular to the immigration authorities, the period of validity should be clearly specified in the circular. If this is not done, the circular will be considered to be ...


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The comment section is becoming very long, I will summarise the most important information: schengenvisainfo.com is not a very good source and should not be relied upon. You are better off looking for information on the EU website, on various foreign affairs ministries/consulates or in our archive. You can also simply ask about your current problem, it ...


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As a US citizen, you generally do not need a visa to enter the Schengen area for short-term tourism, family, study and business purposes. Travel medical insurance is not mandatory for visa-free third country nationals. Although, it is strongly recommended that you get a travel insurance. These insurances are usually cheap for healthy adults (except seniors) ...


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Britain and Canada share immigration data under the Five Eyes treaty. You should assume that the Canadians are aware of your ban. Do not be tempted to try to cover up the ban. If the Canadians know and you don't tell them you're likely to get another ban. Since the Canadians are likely already aware of your ban and the circumstances it is likely that it ...


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No, you were refused entry into the Schengen Area due to the lack of a needed visa. You did not, officially, enter the Schengen Area You cannot be removed or deported from a country when you, officially, never entered it. These terms apply only in cases where you: you are illegally within (overstay or illegal entry) the country you are considered an ...


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