Category: Schengen Visas

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

Australia Work Holiday Visa – Travel and Work in Australia on Your Gap Year

The Australian Work Holiday Visa (WHV) is to allow young people to travel and work at the same time if they need more funds to keep the adventure going. This will drive money into the local economy and allow travellers to make lifelong connections with their Australian and international coworkers. Hopefully, those people participating in…
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Brexit: Visa-Free Travel for Artists Saga Continues

In recent months, the British government has come under heavy fire from high-profile artists and prominent producers across the music industry.  Without an agreement allowing performers to tour visa-free in the EU, live performances will be a “struggle” even for established UK bands. When the UK was part of the EU, entering Europe was straightforward.…
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Spain Plans to Reopen For All Tourists in June

Spain has announced that it is looking to welcome all travellers by June. The sun-soaked country made the announcement at the World Travel & Tourism Global Summit in Mexico. Spain will be ready in June to tell all travellers worldwide that you can visit us with certainty. Spain Secretary of State of Tourism Fernando Valdes…
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Schengen Travel Ban: EU Looking to Welcome Vaccinated American Tourists

After more than a year of EU border restrictions due to the pandemic, a piece of positive news has finally come from the European Commission regarding lifting restrictions to jumpstart travel this summer. In an interview, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen indicated that American tourists who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 would…
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Brexit: Debunking Myths About the Rights of British Nationals in France

Leaving the EU has left a lot of confusion on what needs to be done to retain the rights of British nationals in the EU after it was finalised on 1 January 2021. The post-Brexit situation for British nationals living in or visiting France is complicated, and not helped by a series of persistent rumours, misconceptions,…
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