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      Does any one know if there are any countries where I could get a without-visa entry with a UK SPOUSE VISA? I mean the Spouse visa is for 18 months only and isnt an Indefinite Leave to Remain.

      Which other countries can i visit without visa on Pakistani passport?
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      If u can get into Pakistan on a Pakistani passport without a visa, uss ko hee ghaneemat janoo
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      I could be wrong, but I think it's easier with a spouse visa. I'm pretty sure I read on the spanish embassy website that if you have a spouse visa (with your spouse's name in it obv) and you are travelling with your spouse, you don't need to make a prior application - you will get the visa on landing same as him. I guess it will probably be similar for most EU countries.
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      I don't have my passport or NIC on my husband's name. But of course the Spouse Visa is sponsored by him.

      I hope it will lead to some perks of no-visa in at least some places, at least the Schengen areas
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      change your passport and put your husband name on it. it will help you in many situations.
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      That will take quite some time, so wasn't planning to change. How will it help me?

      I don't think it is a hinderance for my visa process.
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      I think you might still need a visa...if you planning to travel in Europe, why don't you call any of the Shcengen countries and see if they require one...
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      i thought once you get into Europe legally then the movement within European Union is seamless. isn't that the case?
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      and those who say, Our Lord, Give us, from our spouses and our children, comfort of eyes, and make us heads of the God-fearing.
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      Quote Originally Posted by DaffyDuck View Post
      Does any one know if there are any countries where I could get a without-visa entry with a UK SPOUSE VISA? I mean the Spouse visa is for 18 months only and isnt an Indefinite Leave to Remain.

      Which other countries can i visit without visa on Pakistani passport?
      Turkey. A valid UK visa will allow Turkish entry visa and i just got a confirmation from someone coming back from Istanbul.

      Countries where Pakistani PP doesnt need a visa:

      Sri Lanka
      Maldives
      SeyChelles

      and definitely a few more where no one wants to go

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      You don't need to change your NIC and Passport name. Outside Pakistan no one cares about your NIC. As for the Passport, the name can be the same as your spouse but it doesn't matter, what matters is the issuing country of the passport or a valid visa.

      This is what it says on the France Consulate website:
      The foreign spouse of a EU national (except French national) may enter France without visa if they are holding:
      a valid travel document;
      a valid UK residence permit with the endorsement "family member of EEA national" (this endorsement is compulsory to be visa exempted);
      and if they are joining or travelling with the EU national.


      Your spouse visa will say 'spouse of X Y Z'. So you can just check to see if that is sufficient (rather than family member of EEA national). When this is running out, you will be applying for ILR, this has no attachment to your spouse, so you would have to apply for your own visa if need be. But after a year on IRL, you should be able to apply for citizenship and once you have a British Passport, then you can travel freely.
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      Okay great! We can visit Iraq, Turkey, Maldives, Sri Lanka, Nepal, etc.

      Any idea how long it takes to get a Schengen Visa if you already have a UK Settlement visa on a Pakistani passport?
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      Quote Originally Posted by DaffyDuck View Post
      Okay great! We can visit Iraq, Turkey, Maldives, Sri Lanka, Nepal, etc.

      Any idea how long it takes to get a Schengen Visa if you already have a UK Settlement visa on a Pakistani passport?
      i dont think that UK settlement visa will give you any benifit while applying for Schengen visa from Pakistan. They might still ask you for some non-sense kind of documents.

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      i visited saint lucia with my pakistani passport,and when i landed at airport they stamped my passport for 40 days visiter visa, but that was in 2003, but my hubby informed them before my landin, st lucia embassy in pak,so they allowd me ,also i visited jamacia, without entry via,
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