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    No. Not unless you manage to reach the border and...

    No. Not unless you manage to reach the border and speak with a border control officer and can provide him/her with your passport, her passport and marital papers plus possibly a legalized...
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    Most EU/EEA memberstates do not grand freedom of...

    Most EU/EEA memberstates do not grand freedom of movement rights to the foreign family member of their own nationals as per Directive 2004/38. They could if they wish but they are not keen on letting...
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    Bramble's partner has a regular residence permit...

    Bramble's partner has a regular residence permit which does not explicitly say 'EU/EEA family member' (which would have been the case if they did the Surinder Sighn route, then you get the 'special'...
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    The visa rules of most western countries are very...

    The visa rules of most western countries are very much alike, though with differences in variables like maximum stay etc. Indians, Thai etc all would need a visa to entee the Schengen area. But...
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    Thanks. Cheers. I'm afraid she isn't eligible....

    Thanks. Cheers.

    I'm afraid she isn't eligible.

    D 2003/38:


    Source: http://eur-lex.europa.eu/LexUriServ/LexUriServ.do?uri=OJ:L:2004:158:0077:0123:en:PDF

    If you really want to dive into it:
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    RASG is spot on. Though to nitpick: You need to...

    RASG is spot on. Though to nitpick: You need to apply at the country that is your main objective, so you can apply at say the German embassy. You can enter and exit via any member state but Germany...
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    Actually the are almost spot on in explaining how...

    Actually the are almost spot on in explaining how the system should work. That is if Spain respected the Freedom of Movent directive 2003/38 and the Schengen Code on Visa. Which they do not.. As can...
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    I have no experience with that. Might it not be...

    I have no experience with that. Might it not be easier to print out a PDF version of the Schengen application form, fill that out, gather the evidence (marriage paper, translation etc) , e-mail the...
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    gibbage travel insurance is not required for the...

    gibbage travel insurance is not required for the visa. Sounds like a poor electronic form. Try entering 00-00-00 or something like that. If it's wise to travel without is an other matter ofcourse but...
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    Yes you can make an appointment directly with the...

    Yes you can make an appointment directly with the embassy, fill out the form seperatly (skipping the * marked questions and instead show evidence that the Thai national is married to a EU national...
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    Are you a UK citizen? If so you barely need any...

    Are you a UK citizen? If so you barely need any paperwork, no need for financial records for instance and any question on the application form marked with an * can be skipped. The simplified and...
  12. see:...

    see:
    http://thailand-uk.com/forums/showthread.php?16572-EU-directive-on-freedom-of-movement-and-Schengen-handbook


    In the sticky topic and the links contained in there (such as the website of EU...
  13. That is a visa agent, not the embassy or...

    That is a visa agent, not the embassy or embassies appointed (and still entirely optional) service partner, thus explaining the large fees. Visa fee is 60 euro's for regular visa and free for EU...
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    Morning Bubbles, Generally it's best to carry...

    Morning Bubbles,

    Generally it's best to carry a copy of all paperwork submitted to the embassy for a visa application so that a border guard can review all evidence him/herself. Officially there...
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    Hello 1- I'd include a copy of her old...

    Hello

    1- I'd include a copy of her old passports ID page, residence status and the old Schengen visa (the Germans and any other Schengen member can see her visa history in their computersystem VIS...
  16. That is not the page on EU/EEA spouse, which they...

    That is not the page on EU/EEA spouse, which they cannot aak for bookings, reservations, paid tickets etc.

    It's even silly to ask for fully paid tickets for regular applicsnts, most embassies...
  17. Too late for an edit: it's the Spanish consulate...

    Too late for an edit: it's the Spanish consulate that deals with direct applications, not the embassy. They seem to ask for application via regular mail which is silly ofcourse since EU/EEA...
  18. Get an appointment at the embassy (it's free) by...

    Get an appointment at the embassy (it's free) by e-mailing them or get an appointmentvwith VFS (costs you a service fee). An appointment must be given within 2 weeks of the request. The application...
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    The other way around (free, fast, minimal...

    The other way around (free, fast, minimal documentatin visa to the UK for EU family members) is not exactly smooth either unfortunately.
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    Being well informed, polite and persistant aswell...

    Being well informed, polite and persistant aswell as somewhat practical and willing to complain (to the embassy, their ministry, contacting Solvit and the EU Parlaiment) ussually does the trick. It's...
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    Luckily VFS is an avoidable disease. VFS is not...

    Luckily VFS is an avoidable disease.
    VFS is not mandatory for Schengen visa's! Applicants are at all times entitled to a direct application at the Schengen embassy in question. Many seem to promote...
  22. You're welcome SW. If one type of applicant...

    You're welcome SW. If one type of applicant generally enjoys an easier time then an other type is hard to tell. One officer could argue "you have an EU spouse (or serious relationship), perhaps you...
  23. Your wife should apply at the Schengen embassy of...

    Your wife should apply at the Schengen embassy of first entry. She can apply directly at the embassy (an appoinment should be granted within 2 weeks, processing cannot take more then 15 calendar...
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    Is a UK workvisa a residencepermit? If one has...

    Is a UK workvisa a residencepermit? If one has residency in the UK then go to the Spanish consulate in London. The Spanish embassy in London doesn't process visa applications. You can apply directly...
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    1) depends on what you apply for, assuming you...

    1) depends on what you apply for, assuming you get what you request (an embassy may issue a visa with better or worse conditions if they think this is more appropriate). A visa can be valid anywhere...
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