The German-Australian Agreement On The Exemption Of Visa Requirements

Like Japan, Canada is a strategic partner of the European Union. There are 14 visa waiver agreements between 60 and 90 days between Canada and Schengen or the associated Schengen countries. Does anyone have any experience with Australia`s bilateral visa waiver agreement with Germany? I assume that Australians will be able to spend an additional 90 days in Germany, in addition to the 90 days allowed to travel within the Schengen area. The German Embassy was one of the embassies that gave us the clearest answer to our question on bilateral agreements and provided further clarification on what might happen if we visited the other Schengen countries that may not have similar agreements. I`m in Germany right now and I`m from Australia. I hope to stay here for 6 months and not work here. I was only wondering where to find more information about the extended tourist visa and whether I should ask for it. Number of visa applications rejected by German representations in 2019: 268,856 (2018: 241,796) Table of countries that citizens need/no visa to travel to Germany. The Austrian Embassy in Canberra is responsible for issuing Schengen visas on behalf of Germany in all Australian states and territories. As a result, visa applicants residing in Australia must apply for a Schengen visa (a period of up to 90 days over a 6-month period, e.g.B tourist or commercial visa) with VFS Global or the Austrian Embassy in Canberra. For more information on visa applications, click here: Since 5 Regulation (EC) 810/2009 of the European Parliament and the Council of 13 July 2009 establishing a Community Visa Code (Visa Code) forms the legal basis of European law in all Schengen states for the issuance of transit visas in the Schengen area or for short-term stays in the Schengen area, 90 days over a 180-day period. Greece, Spain, France, Hungary, Portugal and Sweden only accept ordinary passports, while in all other cases, bilateral visa waiver agreements in Canada are available to passport holders. I think you confirmed the way I interpreted this exception…

But I could still send an email to the embassy and receive something in writing that I can bring. I`ll post your answer here… If I have one. number of short-stay visas issued by German representations in 2019 (transit, Visits, businesses, tourism, etc.): 1,959,401 (2018: 1,870.822) Under Regulation 265/2010, anyone with a national visa (visa D) and a valid travel document is now able to move freely within six months to three months. Australian nationals are considered “Annex II” foreigners and can therefore remain visa-free every six months in the 26 Member States of the Schengen area as a whole – not for each country – for up to three months. Holders of United Nations travel documents issued by the Australian government in accordance with the United Nations Conventions on Refugees (July 28, 1951) and stateless persons (September 28, 1954 convention), mentioned on the front page, may enter Germany without a visa for a planned stay of up to 90 days, as long as their travel document is not valid for at least four months at the time of entry into Germany and he has no professional activity.

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