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Extensions are limited to very specific circumstances and even applying for another separate visa is typically not possible without being a resident in the country where you apply. So the answer is almost certainly no, it's not possible.


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Tourist travel in Europe can easily cost USD 50 a day or or more if you are a typical tourist. That doesn't count the flight to Europe. Your trip will probably cost you several thousand USD. The visa officials want to see if you can reasonably afford that much. That doesn't just mean you need enough money in the bank account, you also need a steady income to ...


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I work closely with the immigration systems of UAE on the software development side. The following applies to you: Once you get your new passport, then your passport number is changed; that means that your UAE visa is no longer valid. There is no process in UAE immigration system to transfer the visit visa to a new passport. However, this can be done for ...


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You bank statements have several purposes. They show how the expected costs of travel will be paid. Having someone else pay helps in this regard. They show that you have a job or other ties to your home and that you are not likely to become an illegal immigrant in Germany. Having someone else pay for the trip does not help in this regard. It might help if ...


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According to UkImmigrationSpecialist: Applications for transit visas, visit visas, and EEA Family Permits may be submitted in any country offering a UK Entry Clearance (=visa) service. So the answer is: yes, you may submit your application in Denmark. However be aware that you'll have to receive your visa in Denmark as well and cannot receive it back in ...


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Airlines use Timatic to display information about visas necessary for particular travelers going (or transiting in) a specific place. Putting your information into the Timatic web interface yields this: 26FEB19 / 1441 UTC National Zimbabwe (ZW) Transit Saudi Arabia (SA) Destination Zimbabwe (ZW) ALSO CHECK DESTINATION INFORMATION BELOW Saudi Arabia (SA)...


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Not all Schengen countries stamp passports of residence permit holders; this depends on national practice. Germany (along with, for example, Switzerland and Slovenia) doesn't stamp passports of residence permit holders. And being that you have a valid residence permit, that is what dictates how long you can stay, so you will have no problems exiting or re-...


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The Schengen rules require only that you (a) have realistic and credible plans for when and how you're going to travel, and (b) convince the consulate that you have the means to carry out those plans. The means can be either tickets in hand, or money to buy them later. Schengen consulates generally advise not to actually buy tickets before applying for a ...


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The visa application dates are the dates of your planned departure and arrival. In the Schengen application form, there are a few fields similar: Field 25, "Duration of stay". This is how long your plan to stay in the Schengen area; so if you are applying to Germany, plan to visit Germany for 3 days, then France for 2 days - you would put 5 here. Field 30, "...


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One of the key criteria for short term visit visas (not just for Schengen, but almost anywhere) is that the applicant must be able to support themselves (and their dependents) and should not be a burden on the state. There are many ways to show proof of support; for example, you could have a sponsor that can provide an affidavit of support, your ticket and ...


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