Month: March 2020

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

How to Apply for a Schengen Visa in the UK and Elsewhere

An up-to-date ultimate guide on everything you need to know when setting a Schengen visa appointment and heading to the Schengen area  The Schengen Zone The Schengen Area is a zone consisting of 26 European countries that share rights of unrestricted movement of people, lack of internal borders, common rules for the control of external…
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Schengen Visa Types – All You Should Know When Applying for a Schengen Visa

What is a visa and why is it needed? Visa policy for the Schengen zone For which European countries are Schengen visas required? Schengen visa types – validity and duration of stay Short term Schengen visa Other short-stay Schengen visa types Long term Schengen visa Schengen visa expiration date Selecting the right type of Schengen…
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Italy Schengen Visa UK – Your Guide to Getting an Italian Visa

ITALY’S CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK The number of people infected by the Covid-19 Coronavirus is increasing quickly: from March 12 to March 13, 2020 it increased by about 22%. More than 1,000 people have already died from the disease. Italians are still in quarantine and all shops have been closed two days ago, except for groceries and…
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Travelling to the Schengen Area despite the COVID-19 Coronavirus

The latest information What is the Coronavirus? The real name of the virus is SARS-CoV-2 for Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2, responsible for the COVID-19 disease. Coronavirus Transmission, Symptoms and Recommendations The coronavirus has been first transmitted by animals to people (the scientists are still unsure if pangolins or bats are responsible for it)…
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British Passport Design Shortlist

The New British Passport after Brexit – The Blue British Passport

The European Union The European Union – frequently referred to as the EU – is an economic and political alliance involving 28 European nations. It began after World War Two to promote economic co-operation, with the belief that countries which trade mutually are more likely to shun warring with each other. It has since evolved to become a “single…
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