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The A to Z about Visa policy in the European Union
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Yeah sure and thanks for pointing out the error.

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I think you have given the wrong link in the first post of this thread for the German visa.

The correct link is this -

http://www.edulix.com/forum/showthread.php?tid=156540

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Rogue As a way of proving that I appreciate your work in the forum and that I did read through the entirety of your elaborate post, I would like to point out that you have spelled organization wrong here "which of these orgranizations/areas and hence" under The European Economic Area (EEA)

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Could you also please change the German VISA queries link to the one pointed out by nimbus and scofield?

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Changes incorporated!! Thanks for pointing out antidive. My bad indeed!! Error rectified right away! Very Happy

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I have applied for category D (sudent visa) for Germany. So on the basis of the info, its a schengen visa for first 3 months and then after reaching there I have to extend it i.e. I have to apply for residence permit.

Supposing, I get my residence permit, now the visa is only valid for Germany. But what if I have to visit one or more schengen countries again for some reason..or just to visit as tourist, will I have to apply for schengen visa again? If yes, what's the procedure? Do I have to come back to India to appy for schengen visa? I could not find any links online. Any help appreciated.

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Legally (AFAIK), you shouldn't move out of German till you get the residence permit. But I and many of my friends have travelled to the other EU countries even without it.

After you get the Residence Permit, you can travel to any of the Schengen countries. You absolutely do not require another Visa for that. (You will need to apply for a Visa if you want to travel to Britain though).

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Ok Thanks. That answers my question. I was confused and was thinking it the other way round. Thanks a lot.

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Wonder how I missed this thread! Rogue, if you want to append Danish student visa permit procedure here is the link ---> http://www.edulix.com/forum/showthread.php?tid=114860

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Thanks vishnus88 I shall surely include it in my first post.

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hello,

i am applying for courses in germany and i have applied for courses in Applied Sciences universities. the courses are of 90 credit points and for a duration of 18 months. i wanted to know whether i will get a visa for 3yrs after i join the college or do i have to leave immediately after the completion of my course.

thank you very much in advance
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Your residence permit as a student is linked to your period of study, so you should get a residence permit valid till the end of your studies (for 1.5 years). After you graduate, you can ask for a job seeker permit, and show funds enough to cover your expenses; then you will be issued a permit extendable up to 18 months (1.5 years).

In practice, you might not get a permit valid till the end of your studies, you might get it for 6 month or 1 year periods which is extendable till the end of your studies. It depends on the local Auslanderamt (Foreigners' Office).

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thank you very much. that helps me a lot.
can i trouble you for another question? what is the difference between 90 and 120 credit points. Is doing a course for 90 credits have any disadvantage?

thank you again
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I do not know much about it. Perhaps you could search edulix (I remember this coming up elsewhere on the site) or wait for someone who can answer it.

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I'll search for it. Thank you very much for your time.
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hi guys I have some info I collected , I am sure that everyone has it but I though it might help the newbies looking for this info

This is regarding the post study extension period for some major EU countries
Post study Visa
Country Extension period
Germany 1.5 Years
France 6 Months
Netherlands 1 Year
Sweeden 6 Months
Estonia 6 Months
Finland 6 Months
Italy 1 year


And I do have a question for you guys,

What is the prospect of migrating form one country to another in search of job, say I finish a masters course in italy or france and want to find a job in Germany (which is usually the case), how does that scenario sound?

I have found from searching several immigration forums and visa websites, that it is possible to just change the residence permit if you have an offer from an employer in that country. Can anyone verify it? can anyone elaborate on the actual scenario from experience perhaps?!
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