|I mentioned that I'm leaving right? T+8 days since I told work that I'll be headed eastwards come sometime in May. June 1st aerlingus boston -> dublin prices go up $20 and if that's not a reason to leave before June, I don't know what is.|
Trouble is figuring out about all these durn requirements. Abused my photo copier priviledges today printing out some good stuff, but there is still work to be done. Looks like you can spend up to 90 days out of 180 in a schengen country. What that means for me is essentially 90 on, 90 off, but the good news is there's not much visa that I'll need to apply for.
But who are these mad schengen countries you may ask?
Schengen for dummies
But it turns out it's just a wee bit more complicated than that since in actuality most of the new ones don't enforce things yet, which sounds like a very good thing for me since I'll have far more options (Czech Republic, Estonia, Croatia, Poland, Finland) for where to take the '90 off.' Need to find out when they'll start implementing it though...
So June in Ireland. Then maybe 90 in schengen-ville, then 90 in.. Balkans? Made an interesting Balkan Sunflower connection with a friends father who does work in Macedonia and said that they're a good group.
The plot, unlike my creme brulee, thickens.
Financial qualifications for long term france visa
French Embassy and their visa requirements.
Living in France