"Hello please l apply for a student visa to Malta what are the requirements?"
How is anyone supposed to comment when you give zero info, not even your nationality?!
No one here is a mind reader.
"... They told me that I cannot return to South Korea for 5 years..."
With all due respect, what part of that do you not understand?
Good luck with trying to convince Korean Immigration to change their mind, but I highly doubt you will have any lu…
I'm betting your "fiancee" doesn't even exist outside of your computer screen, which means she's just another scammer and she's about to take you for every penny she can squeeze out of you. The two Travel Agencies you mentioned are in on the scam t…
Very few countries outside the Schengen Area and the United Kingdom, United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand share immigration and/or criminal database information.
I have no immigration experience with South Korea & Malaysia but I can…
Yeah, it's pretty famous for being a total $hithole now. This article explains it even better:
I'm kind of amazed an Australian wouldn't already know this...…
"... to be honest, I'm really keen to just chill on the beach..."
To be honest, that makes zero sense. Have you research the country at all? Do some basic Googling, you'll be blown away.
sonnwa, your question is pointless when you give zero information, not even the most basic facts like your nationality.
Visa/Immigration require ALL details, otherwise it's a waste of anyone's time to guess.
> I was being sponsored by my uncle who is a business man with €12,000 in his savings account and €200,000 in his investment account. What might be the problem?
Impossible for anyone to venture an educated guess when you give (almost) zero info.…
"I overstayed in Korea for a year only."
That is a very serious infraction.
In any case no one can venture a guess when you might be allowed to re-enter Korea when you give no info regarding how long ago this happened.
Have your husband contact K…
That's my worry too. In situations like this it is always best to be 100% separate and independent - especially for accommodation.
Reserve a room in a decent hotel close to where he lives so you always have a safe personal space nearby.
The chances of this being a "real" relationship are of course miniscule, but happy accidents do (rarely) happen.
So long as you maintain your common sense (which, thank God, you're doing... unlike so many others) then you have nothing to lose. Whet…