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3 Month Visitor Visa Waiver Agreement Between Italy And New Zealand

New Zealand message, if you are reading this, come together and make sure that you publish all bilateral visa rights with relevant treaties and information about our rights around the world appropriately, so that your people you work for and represent can read and understand them appropriately. Note, however, that upon entry into the Schengen area, border guards may stamp your passport and you may be challenged by the local police or other authorities upon your departure if they consider you an overstayer, and you may be accused of being one if you leave the Schengen area, unless you prove otherwise. For your information, see Schengen Borders Code (Articles 10 to 11) eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/HTML/?uri=CELEX:32006R0562&from=EN. If you wish to benefit from the provisions of the bilateral agreement, please inform the border guards (your passport is not stamped on entry into Greece, as you are on an intra-Schengen flight, but you will be checked at the subsequent entry into the Schengen area. You should therefore expressly ask border guards entering Greece that you want to use the provisions of the bilateral agreement between Greece and New Zealand and that they should not enter Greece and then travel to another Schengen Member State during the same period, as it will be very complicated to start/stop/restart the Schengen calculation of short-stay days. Hey, since the text on the Safe Travel website has changed to “ New Zealand has concluded bilateral visa agreements with many countries in the Schengen area. Some of these visa waiver agreements allow New Zealanders to spend limited time in the relevant country, without reference to time spent in other Schengen countries. Entry and duration of stay under these visa waiver agreements are subject to the decision of the local immigration authorities. „Would you always recommend quoting this to embassies via email, or does it give them room to easily say no? Note: Bilateral agreements between New Zealand and EU Member States may vary depending on the new legislation. Yes, technically, the rules allow you to stay indefinitely in Europe as long as you change countries every 3 months. You may have a hard time explaining it to customs officers — I would inquire three times about embassies just so you have written everything down. But technically, it`s legal.

Valid passport – You need a passport. In addition, you must ensure that the passport is valid for at least 6 months upon arrival. The New Zealand government confirms that the European Commission continues to respect these visa exemptions and that they are suspending the Schengen agreements. Maybe a slightly related story – a horror story – that I barely remember because I hadn`t slept in 40 hours. After not staying in the EU for three months, dealing with many lax immigration officers and going through all my T`s and I had scored points – I was in and out of the Schegen area and had a variety of stamps in my passport – I made the mistake of going to Heathrow Airport…