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SU Story of the week – Visa fun? The impossible made a reality with AEGEE-Paris

SU Story of the week – Visa fun? The impossible made a reality with AEGEE-Paris

By | August 6, 2012 at 7:54 am

Let’s face it. Borders do exist, otherwise we would not be fighting so hard to bring them down. It is nice to know that some people continue fighting this battle even on their vacation. This year’s Parisian Summer University took place in cooperation with the Visa Freedom...

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Visa Chronicles of One Agora

Visa Chronicles of One Agora

By | June 8, 2012 at 9:32 pm | One comment

Starting any visa process in AEGEE is like a lottery – you never know how organisers will behave, how attentively the visa officer will look at your documentation, and what will you get in your passport in the end. After Agora Skopje we all had a sad experience in visa...

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Agora Skopje – a memorable Agora for visa issues and the VFWG

Agora Skopje – a memorable Agora for visa issues and the VFWG

By | December 5, 2011 at 7:34 am

The Agora Skopje will surely be remembered for a long time by many members of AEGEE to be a very exceptional one. Especially for us, the members of the Visa Freedom Working Group, it was quite special in many different aspects. The most remarkable visa-related incident was the...

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Visa Freedom Working Group – The battle continues

Visa Freedom Working Group – The battle continues

By | October 24, 2011 at 9:50 pm

Dear AEGEEans, As many of you know, some of our members still need a visa to get to most of our events and travelling for them is not as common as for most others. We, as Visa Freedom Working Group (VFWG), have asked one of our members about her experience of applying for a...

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The visa freedom fighters – Fighters for an emancipated Europe

The visa freedom fighters – Fighters for an emancipated Europe

By | September 29, 2011 at 10:04 pm

Did you ever have the feeling to be rejected, not to be selected, or just to be treated with less respect than others? Did you have the feeling that this happened only because of your origin, nationality, or legal status? Thousands of Europeans from the Eastern or South-Eastern...

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