Category: Schengen Visa News

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

Unlock The Secrets of Happiness Courtesy of Finland

Finland has been named the happiest country in the world for the sixth time. The United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network has just released the “World Happiness Report 2023,” and Finland has claimed the number one spot. The report takes into account numerous variables, including income, mental and physical health, and societal generosity. The Nordic…
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Croatia Removed Air Border Controls With Schengen Countries

Croatia has removed its air border controls for travel to and from Schengen Area countries. Following Croatia’s accession to Europe’s Schengen Area earlier this year, Croatia eliminated its internal land and sea borders as of 01 January, though its air borders remained operational until 26 March. Now, passengers flying between Croatia and other countries within…
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Paris Olympics 2024: Make History as a Volunteer

Paris is buzzing with excitement as it prepares to host the Summer Olympics in 2024. Paris has a long history with the Olympics, having hosted the games twice in 1900 and 1924. Paris is the fourth city to host the Summer Olympics three times, joining the ranks of London, Athens, and Los Angeles. Paris 2024…
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German Union Calls for Transport Strike on 27 March

German trade unions announced a major transport strike for Monday in a growing dispute over pay and working conditions. Significant disruptions to trains, flights, and local transit are expected on 27 March 2023. Staff at major airports and hundreds of transport workers across Germany will stop work for 24 hours, according to a joint statement…
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Travel To France During Protest

Holidaymakers planning a trip across the channel should note that a general strike is set to take place across France on 23 March 2023. France has had a recent flurry of protests and strikes in response to the unpopular pension reform legislation. Employees in the fuel, utility, education, transportation, and law enforcement sectors went on strike…
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