Англия и Шенгенская зона

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Англия и Шенгенская зона

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Сообщение LenaPresnova » 26 апр 2016, 14:45

Здравствуйте.

Подскажите пожалуйста кто знает...
У меня муж, гражданин ЕС (Греция), сейчас живет и работает в Англии, я собираюсь к нему переехать, есть Family Permit, потом собираюсь подавать на EEA2 на 5 лет.

Если мы соберемся в Грецию вместе, нужна ли мне будет виза на въезд, если мы едем вместе с ним или же нет...Нашла правила согласна которым вроде как можно и не должно быть проблем, но просто не хочется чтобы на границе меня развернули обратно.
Вот закон согласно "Practical Handbook for Border Guards (Schengen Handbook)"

3.1 Persons enjoying the Community right of free movement
3.1.1 Persons enjoying the Community right of free movement are authorised to cross the border
of a Member State on the basis of the following documents, as a general rule:
– EU, EEA, CH citizens: identity card or passport;
– members of the family of EU, EEA, CH citizens who are nationals of a third country:
passport. They may also be required to have an entry visa, if they are nationals of a third
country subject to the visa obligation, unless they are in possession of a valid residence
permit or card, issued by a Member State (or by EEA countries or CH).
N.B. On the basis of the Agreement between the European Community and its Member
States, of one part, and the Swiss Confederation, of the other, on the free movement of
persons, the above also covers the employees, irrespective of their nationality, of persons
providing services, who are integrated in the labour market of Switzerland or one of the
Member States and posted for the provision of a service in the territory of Switzerland or
one of the Member States (Article 17 of Annex I to the Agreement).
3.1.2 However, if a person enjoying the Community right of free movement does not have the
necessary travel documents or, if required, the necessary visas, the Member State
concerned must, before turning him/her back, give such person every reasonable
opportunity to obtain the necessary documents or have them brought to him/her within a
reasonable period of time or corroborate or prove by other means that he/she is covered by
the right of free movement.
3.1.3 As a consequence, checks on persons enjoying the Community right of free movement
should be limited, as a general rule, to the verification of their identity and nationality
/family ties (so-called “minimum check”, see above point 1.4). No questions concerning
the purpose of travel, travel plans, employment certificate, pay slips, bank statements,
accommodation, means of subsistence or other personal data should therefore be asked to
them.
3.1.4 However, on a non-systematic basis, and in order to ensure that the presence of these
persons does not represent a genuine, present and sufficiently serious danger to the internal
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security or public policy or international relations of Member States or a threat to public
health, border guards may carry out a further check on these persons by consulting national
and European databases.
A hit in the SIS or in other databases is not in itself a sufficient ground to deny entry to any
persons enjoying the Community right of free movement (see point 6.3, Section I, on the
rules applying to the refusal of entry of beneficiaries of the Community right of free
movement).
Previous criminal convictions shall not in themselves constitute grounds for refusing entry.
* Legal basis – Case law:
- Directive 38/2004/EC (Articles 4, 5 and 27)
- Schengen Borders Code (Article 7)
- Agreement between the European Community and its Member States, of the one part, and
the Swiss Confederation, of the other, on the free movement of persons, 21 June 1999
- Judgement of the ECJ of 25 July 2002, Case C-459/99, MRAX vs. Belgium
- Judgement of the ECJ of 17 February 2005, Case C-215/03, Salah Oulane vs. Minister
voor Vreemdelingenzaken en Integratie
- Judgement of the ECJ of 31 January 2006, Case C-503/03, Commission vs. Spain.

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