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hi guys , my wife is in the uk with me now on a settlement visa , i would like to take her on holiday to Bulgaria , what is the situation regarding travelling outside the uk ? would my wife require a visa to enter Bulgaria for ie a 2 week holiday ? and if not Bulgaria what is requirements travelling outside the uk ? oh my wife has only been in the uk since july 2012 ! happy new year to you all

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i am not sure about Bulgaria, but if anything like spain, you just need fill out the form, ansd show her passport, ID card, holiday booking, proof of hotel, flights etc. The visa was given there and then, found this on the UK Bulgarian Embassy, which is about the same

 

 

For Non-pre-arranged (individual) tours, the applicant must present:

 

- a foreign-travel document (passport) issued in good and due form and a photocopy of the pages of the foreign-travel document containing the personal data and the valid visas or residence permits held;

- an application completed in a standard form and 1 colour photograph (passport size; glued to the application form);

- a reservation from a Bulgarian collective tourist accommodation establishment (hotel);

- a reservation or a two-way airline ticket (a reservation may be presented upon submission of the visa application, and the ticket itself must be presented upon the issuing of the visa itself), or proof of possession of financial means to cover the costs of the applicant's return.

 

http://www.bulgarianembassy-london.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=95&Itemid=163

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i am not sure about Bulgaria, but if anything like spain, you just need fill out the form, ansd show her passport, ID card, holiday booking, proof of hotel, flights etc. The visa was given there and then, found this on the UK Bulgarian Embassy, which is about the same

 

 

For Non-pre-arranged (individual) tours, the applicant must present:

 

- a foreign-travel document (passport) issued in good and due form and a photocopy of the pages of the foreign-travel document containing the personal data and the valid visas or residence permits held;

- an application completed in a standard form and 1 colour photograph (passport size; glued to the application form);

- a reservation from a Bulgarian collective tourist accommodation establishment (hotel);

- a reservation or a two-way airline ticket (a reservation may be presented upon submission of the visa application, and the ticket itself must be presented upon the issuing of the visa itself), or proof of possession of financial means to cover the costs of the applicant's return.

 

http://www.bulgarianembassy-london.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=95&Itemid=163

Good post Neil, on a settlement visa it is not difficult to get a visa to travel around the EU, follow these details, well written,

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we go to spain ,and have to obtain a schenghen visa from the Spanish embassy in London,im not sure whether Bulgaria is included in the schenghen agreement.my parents live there and we apply for a 6 month multi entry visa.

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we go to spain ,and have to obtain a schenghen visa from the Spanish embassy in London,im not sure whether Bulgaria is included in the schenghen agreement.my parents live there and we apply for a 6 month multi entry visa.

Bulgaria joined the EU agreement in 2007 with Romania, I am suprised you have not seen loads of them in the UK :GoldenSmile1:

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Bulgaria joined the EU agreement in 2007 with Romania, I am suprised you have not seen loads of them in the UK :GoldenSmile1:

the trouble is,when they start talking its impossible to tell where they are from.all the lingo sounds polish.

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the trouble is,when they start talking its impossible to tell where they are from.all the lingo sounds polish.

I can imagine mate and what chance have you got, in Bulgaria they speak Bulgarian, Romanian and Turkish depending what ethnic group you are from, so I wonder how many languages are spoken all together in the UK,

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I can imagine mate and what chance have you got, in Bulgaria they speak Bulgarian, Romanian and Turkish depending what ethnic group you are from, so I wonder how many languages are spoken all together in the UK,

thai is spoken within their communites,as entry clearance is a minefield.all the eu lot can just waltz in,the only good thing is article 8

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Hmm article 8, I am sure you could be a Visa consultant, but I dont know what give it away, welcome :GoldenSmile1:

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