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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom & Nok View Post
    I suspect that Spain granted my wife a 6 month multi-entry Schengen visa (Oct 2019 to April 2020) because she applied as the family member of an EU citizen and I used an Irish passport and not a UK passport as proof of EU citizenship.
    could well be but my wife applied as a family member of an EU citizen and at the moment no rules have changed .only the length of the visa granted by the Germans ,Enjoy and make use of it i would have .
    Just a bit more time and expire date is close.
    For what it cost and hassell will be no problem getting another.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tobias View Post
    Well, that depends on Brexit and whether or not there is a deal. If there is a deal she will almost certainly be able to travel on the visa she has now. If there is no deal, then it is likely she will have to apply (and pay) for another visa.
    Why would Brexit affect a visa that's already been granted ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by -Keith- View Post
    Why would Brexit affect a visa that's already been granted ?
    Quite simply because there will have been a material change in circumstance, at the time of application the applicant was married to an EU citizen who was entitled to exercise free movement rights within the European Union for both himself and his family members.

    If there is a Brexit without a deal (from the date of Brexit) the free movement provisions will no longer apply to UK citizens and their family members. This means any visa issued under the free movement provisions will no longer be valid for the family members of British citizens as the right to free movement within the EU will no longer apply.
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    If there is a Brexit without a deal (from the date of Brexit) the free movement provisions will no longer apply to UK citizens and their family members. This means any visa issued under the free movement provisions will no longer be valid for the family members of British citizens as the right to free movement within the EU will no longer apply.
    i would say this is why the Germans only give my wife till 31/10/2019 and i have seen another poster who only got this on there Germany visa

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