I have a UK business visa processed by my old employer. I have now switched to another company and have to visit Great Britain again. Can I travel to the UK on my old visa?
Nice day. I applied for UK and my agent used the wrong document for me. I was placed under V3.7. I was banned for 10 years. I am now engaged to a British citizen who has a child. How do I get to the UK to be with my family?
I have just learned that the return flight ticket to Greece is so cheap and I want to visit Greece for 2 days. My Schengen visa is 9 days long. I told the officer that I would stay in Italy all the time because I had planned and my hotel is non-refundable. But now I want to adjust my travel route a bit and fly to Greece and back for a few days. Do I get in trouble for this?
I and my wife are planning a trip to the UK for tourism. We are both financially independent and need documents to demonstrate connections to the home country and the necessary financial opportunities.
On my wife's bank statement there are entries on the regular salary that we have given in the application form. In a given month of the past 6 months, the company paid out the annual bonus, making it more than twice the regular salary that month. The entry in the statement clearly states the name of the company (a reputable MNC) and that it's a salary. But do we have to write a cover letter and give the reason why the amount is higher in a month?
This month is also 4-5 months back, not up to date. Since we also provide pay slips, the salary entry for that month matches the pay slip that includes the bonus amount. Logically, I see no need to explicitly challenge a perfectly legal entry, but still ask for advice.
I am a permanent resident of the USA with Indian citizenship and would like to travel with AIR Canada from the USA to India and back. Do I need a transit visa and how do I apply for it? Don't leave Toronto airport
What you do is called Visa Shopping and is frowned upon by the Schengen countries.
The rules state that you should apply for the country in which you mainly stay or where you spend most of your time. For your original plan, the Czech Republic is the place where you can apply.
If immigration officials suspect that something has really happened, they can make life difficult for a future visa application.
Nothing emerges from your question, but you seem to indicate that you have already started (and possibly completed) the process with Hungary and arranged your flights.
Changing your itinerary to spend most of your time in Budapest might be a solution, but it's a six-hour trip (longer by bus) from Prague to Budapest that goes through Austria or Slovakia along the way. It will be difficult to explain why you flew to Prague for a vacation in Budapest.
Rebooking your flights and later leaving for Prague may be a better option.
I am applying for a German national D visa for 10 months. But I will probably leave Germany after 2 months.
Can there be a problem in the future? For example, you might ask why I applied for such a long-term visa when I wasn't going to stay that long.
The days of French as a world language are long gone.
Rwanda, an East African country, is currently experiencing a serious economic upswing. Rwanda also rejected French for English. At least we can start by questioning the relevance of French for the modern world, including in Africa.
I speak French fluently. If you live in California and know French, it's definitely easier to learn Spanish. Otherwise, French media based in Europe or Canada mostly sound too provincial and irrelevant.
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My wife has a US CR1 visa with her maiden name. Her married name is on her Filipino passport. Should she have trouble flying to the United States for the first time because of the name difference? She takes her old passport with the maiden name and the marriage certificate for security.
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