I think you're completely deluded and I see absolutely nothing good coming from this, but perhaps you've managed to find the 1/1,000,000 situation where this man and his family are somehow magically different from ALL others.
I think if you are honest with yourself you already know the answer.... What you're suggesting is crazy. Do you really need to be told this? You already touched on many of the more obvious reasons in your post.
Honestly, step back... take a deep br…
I'll take a wild guess and wager that no one can answer that definitively.
Your best (only?) move might be to simply apply for the Work Visa and see what happens. If you have legal issues then I expect the Work Visa process would red flag you.
Unfortunately for your friend his application has a very low chance of success no matter what he submits now. Having his Mother "sponsor" him was a very poor decision. No Schengen official will treat any visa request seriously when it appears the ap…
1.) Please begin all Visa enquiries with the single most piece of information: Nationality.
2.) And I can't imagine that any application with zero mention of a job, employment (or any reference whatsoever as to how the applicant makes a living) wil…
Here are the different reasons for being issued a Visa:
Raisons médicales (Medical reasons)
Manifestation culturelle (Cultural event)
Visite familiale/amicale (Visit to family/friend)
Visite officielle (Official visit)
"Shopping" for a Visa is frowned upon. All Schengen countries share Visa application information.
Your Visa was turned down for all the major reasons so it was a very weak, not believable application. Leaving one child at home will make no differen…
Your post is lacking in so many details and explanations that it will be difficult for the experts here (@Alethia) to comment.
But at the very least no one can take your post seriously unless you mention the single most important issue regarding Vi…
joyce09, read the thread before asking the question. As clearly stated on the previous page:
46-1 is the South Korean immigration law under which you were deported from Korea.
The only people who can confirm whether or not you can return to is the…
"... so if i take my son there to see his grandparents and family what your saying is that my husband can keep him there im bit confused and worried..."
Yes, that's exactly what they're saying!