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Schengen Visa violation ?

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1. Posted by dummydam (Budding Member 2 posts) 2y

Hi there all.

I am a Pakistani National, Currently in UK on Student Visa. I applied for schegen visa to travel to france for 14 days in May and I got the visa and I went to france on 11thMay and than to poland on bus, along the way I stopped at Germany, Holland, Belgium and final stop was in Poland and i came out of schenge area on 23 May from Polish airport. so basicaly i did not do anything illegal.

My question is, when I applied for schengen visa in french consulate in london, i did not tell them that i will be traveling to some other countries as well. so did i made a mistake of taking a return journey to UK from Poland airport ?

I went to poland to see my girlfriend, I did not apply in Polish embassy for the tour visa because they take 30 days to process and I heard they are very strict. and the visa officer at Poland airport saw me with my girlfrien, and when I went in to show him my documents he called m girlfriend as well and talk to here about that if next time i have to travel to poland i should tell them where i will be staying. and he asked her details like name, address and put that into his data or somthing. and at the end of the conversation he said to her that she should marry me than i won;t need a visa.. somthing like that.

Now I want to go again to Europe, but I am scared that any schengen country wont give me visa coz they will take me as "unwanted alien"

But i will try my luck and I would like to ask for help here, what should i do and what country should I apply for. I would like to go to europe for more than 1 month, spend sometime with my girlfriend and than she can travel with me to UK. now she has her college and everything so she cant travel at the moment.

an advice would be greatly appreciated..

2. Posted by amsel07 (Budding Member 55 posts) 2y

When applying for a Schengen visa you are supposed to apply at the embassy of either the country of your first entry or the country of your longest stay. You applied at the French embassy and entered the Schengen area in France, so you did nothing wrong here.