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  1. Yodapsy

    Shengen Visa for U.S. Permanent Resident (Green Card) Holder

    My wife and I are planning on walking the Camino Portugues from Porto to Santiago in July of this year. I am a U.S. Citizen. She is Chinese and has a Green Card. Last time we walked (2013) we were both living in China and she did not have her Green Card yet and she had to get a Shengen Visa...
  2. happymarkos

    Visa dangers for volunteers

    Last year after walking the Portuguese Camino I spent 2 weeks as a volunteer in St Jean Pied De Port at the Acceuil which is the Pilgrim's information centre on the rue de la Citadelle. After finishing my volunteer commitment I flew from Biarritz to Stansted in the UK and expected an easy...
  3. Shawnae

    Americans Needing a Visa? Updates or How-To's Please

    Hey there, I'm planning on landing in Europe in mid-May, and I'm greatly concerned with all the news and vote that took place over eliminating the visa-free travel to the Schengen zone for Americans. I'm worried about being denied entry or having to sort out visa stuff while on the trail, as...
  4. Gerhard58

    Travel arrangements, travel documents, validity of documentation comprehensive travel insurance

    Hello dear Pilgrims I've been reading this threat about passports and visa with interest. Below I offer some advice about visas and passports. I know that many countries have no problems with visas, but in ALL cases the validity of National passports/ I D cards is important. As a person who...


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