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I am an Indian student who went to Lund University, Sweden last year for an Exchange Programme. My visa was single entry Schengen. A group of our friends planned a trip to Croatia and I was invited to join. I had to return back from Dubvronik airport because my visa was single entry. The mistake was of the german police who allowed me to board the flight (i had no idea then about the single entry thing and my friends who had sent the mail to croatian embassy said anyone with the…
I'm planning on travelling to the UK and Ireland for 4 months. I'm Australian and planning on flying in and out of Edinburgh in Scotland. I am planning to spend 3.5months in Ireland and wondered if the 180day tourist visa you get when entering the UK can be used in Ireland or do I get a new tourist visa when I fly to Dublin?
In saying that, I will be doing short weekend trips to Europe, so is that going to make it difficult to re-enter Ireland each time?
Any info would be great!! I'm…
I received a text message from the UK Visa Office this morning stating that my processed application has been received. Does that mean that I can collect it? I'm not able to make it there for two weeks. Is there any way to find out if it's accepted or rejected?
A few of us are planning to visit Scotland in late September 2017, we will not be renting a vehicle and will not be taking any scheduled tours. What we would like is some suggestions on hidden treasures in Scotland places that are a must see, places to eat and stay.
We are finding the more we look and read we get overwhelmed, there are some of the popular places we will be going to, but would like some inside suggestions.