Terry is correct you are unemployed no country will give a visa to an unemployed person.
You were granted a visa before as you were a student and dependent on your parents.
Now you are an unemployed adult. Welcome to the real world.
After so many refusals it is highly unlikely that your boyfriend will be granted a visa. All these countries share information and your boyfriend is obviously considered to be a high risk
You just wrote about a Turkish citizen running a…
I spent a wonderful week at Christmas time in Budapest. No crowds except in the Christmas markets which were super.
I have also spent a a few days in the summer (June) and did not find it too crowded.
Both times I stayed at the Sta…
British citizens do not need a visa for South Acrica and can stay for 90 days plenty of time to sort out your SA passport.
You will NOT loose your British citizenship as the UK allows dual citizenship. There are thousands of Bri…
You will find you are banned when you try to apply for a Schengen visa. All Schengen countries share information on banned persons
The Italian police would not know you are banned as they are not part of the Schengen system.
Sorry butt I find it very strange that you have no photo together
What has " gooey mushy types" to do with anything. Its nonsense.
People take photos all the time even with friends and strangers.
Letters from friends and family are con…
You need to reapply in exactly the same way as you applied for tbe first visa.
You must give an explanation to the British Home Office with a letter from the University explaining why they refused to take you in 2016.
You failed to provide evidence of your employment not just and employment letter and proof of where the funds in your bank account came from.
You need to reapply with all the correct documents
Of course you can divorce in Australia and your divorce will be internationally recognised. Are you intending to marry another Tunisian?
If not why are you concerned your divorce wont be legal in Tunisia.?
Once your divorced s…
You can definitely marry in Turkey on visit visas. The wedding is a non religious civil ceremony that is recognised throughout the world.
You can marry anywhere in Turkey there is no special place but you will need a Turkish trans…