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EU embassies flouting visa laws

By Guardian Exclusive
24 July 2018   |   3:09 pm
Some European embassies have been violating the European Union law by collecting fees on Visa processes that should be free. The EU law stipulates that students who apply for the purpose of study should have their visa fees waived.

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