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#1 Posted : Thursday, March 31, 2011 2:06:58 PM(UTC)
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There are things I'd rather not find out. It turns out that Europeans don't laugh about for 90-day visa in the EU countries and that people received a fine of EUR 1000/red stamp in their passport are not allowed entry to the European Union!
The question.
Has anyone experienced a similar experience??? Does anyone travel than EU countries this time and everything was fine.
Consider the trip to Western Europe and to Eastern Europe or something else if you do those things. I would love a tips I flew a week.
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#2 Posted : Thursday, March 31, 2011 2:58:10 PM(UTC)
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Well, I have some information.

1. I know some people who have an Israeli passport in Europe were more than three months and have experienced problems (about last year)
2. you can go to the Atlas mountains in Morocco, Spain flights around 50 euro (visa.) and probably return get another 90 days.
During the trip, search for cheap hotel deals from Europe back to Israel
4 I haven't checked, but maybe you can do a visa for Europe for a longer period (as you want in PIs Lara gets 90 days but if Israel also receives visa for a longer period)

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#3 Posted : Thursday, March 31, 2011 3:39:12 PM(UTC)
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You should check if it is treat every State in the Union, so you might be able to move from one country to another. In one Embassy in the country.

Basically there is a Covenant of countries in SHENGEN zone called all in the category of 90 days, not included in which they and what was Yugoslavia, England

There is a limit of 90 days during 6 months IE extra entry limited once every six months. Not just. Need to check this calendar year limitation or wash that is one date or six months each, which I think is a calendar.

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#4 Posted : Friday, April 1, 2011 2:57:17 PM(UTC)
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All information for letting me know-as I understand after several investigations and after talking with Italy Embassy – all ה"שנגן countries which most EU States are considered one country in terms of visa and passport control — so there is no problem for them. The problem arises when you leave or move to a country that is not in the Union (for example, when I move to Croatia Slovenia) so you can be fucked hard. At least this information gave me a girl who traveled for a long time in Italy and met people who took 1000 euro fine. Unpleasant.
90 days to understand are ongoing and six months calendar and exit the country and back to resolve the issue as in Asia for example.
The Italians haven't given a tourist visa to more מ90 day if I get it earlier might have been trying to get a work visa.
Anyway it's kinda sucks but I probably skip-Corsica and Northern Italy which get straight and Slovenia, Croatia and move before the end of 90s.
Then have time to reach Romania-Bulgaria.
It sucks to walk with it-not what I had planned, but the rules have changed as far as the Pyrenees.
Again, if anyone can enlighten me with information not mentioned here I'd appreciate him a lot.
Being the people you know take the Union countries? Did have problems when they went out? My main concern is the cross-Slovenia-Slovenia and itela Croatia realised they insist.
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#5 Posted : Friday, April 1, 2011 4:41:59 PM(UTC)
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France and Spain were Andorra (entry and departure from Spain), did not have problems when they went out.

If the Italians tough you can make the entry to and exit from Spain

Out by all duty I would suggest:
Try to get out of the Union before 90 days to explore Slovenia and Croatia and try to come up with might not let you go (although it seems a little surreal won't let you come back), fines will not accept that didn't pass the law.
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#6 Posted : Friday, April 1, 2011 5:05:45 PM(UTC)
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A I in Andorra on 11 G as far as I know, won't book me a passport. Correct me if I'm wrong.
At the entrance and the exit is not enough because it's just a cumulative time of 90 days in 180 days (read the whole EU website.)
C I am probably going to Croatia (Slovenia is also part of the Union) before and continue to early day Montenegro (Serbia), Romania and Bulgaria. I might try to enter Greece again.
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