Entry into EU

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  1. leny

    leny Member

    Dec 31, 2006
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    I've read that Aus citizens can travel into and between EU states for a period of 3 months, without a visa. I'd like to know, how long you have to stay out of the EU before you can enter one of its countries again without a visa? Is there a rule for it?
     

  2. leny

    leny Member

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  3. ioki

    ioki Member

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    if you are worried about visa requirements etc, i would suggest contacting one or more of the EU countries you've plans to visit and pose the question to them!

    :mrgreen:
     
  4. Evan

    Evan Established Member

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    Why not ?
    I have done it before, a week in between, also i do Singapore a lot, just spent 3 days in Bintan (Indonesia, 45 mins by ferry) and got 90 days extra.
    I was entering EU from Germany they seem very relaxed about people visiting, i have heard that some other countries care a little more.
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  5. Mal

    Mal Enthusiast

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    Remember it's 90 days in a 6 month period - so just leaving and re-entering may not work.
     
  6. ioki

    ioki Member

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    if you are worried about entry/exit etc and you are under ~30 yrs of age, why not apply for a UK or Ireland working holiday visa, this will ensure you are legit and are able to hang aobut EU for atleast 1 yr (Ireland) or 2yr (UK)
     
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