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Old April 4th, 2017, 10:52 PM   #15161
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Lets hope but people will still get sun-baked. Just ask them one by one at the Spain-Gibraltar border.
still possible southern: Spain-Morocco.

(still more: France-Brazil)
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Old April 5th, 2017, 02:29 PM   #15162
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Does Spain grant citizenship to anyone born on Spanish territory?
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AFAIK yes, why?

In this case is French citizens who born abroad... and they will be French providing they will be recorded in the administration located for that area. This is, not any council or so in the surroundings but consulate in Barcelona
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Son españoles de origen
- Los nacidos de padre o madre española.
- Los nacidos en España cuando sean hijos de padres extranjeros si, al menos uno de los padres, ha nacido en España (se exceptúan los hijos de diplomáticos).
- Los nacidos en España de padres extranjeros, si ambos carecen de nacionalidad (apátridas), o si la legislación de ninguno de ellos atribuye al hijo una nacionalidad. En este caso puede realizarse un expediente en el Registro Civil de su domicilio para declarar la nacionalidad española con valor de simple presunción.
- Los niños nacidos en España de cuyos padres se desconoce la identidad. Se presumen nacidos en España los menores cuyo primer lugar de estancia conocido sea territorio español.
- Son también españoles de origen los menores de 18 años que sean adoptados por un español. Si el adoptado es mayor de 18 años, podrá optar por la nacionalidad española de origen en el plazo de dos años a partir de la constitución de la adopción.
Mas: http://www.exteriores.gob.es/Portal/...ionalidad.aspx
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Old April 5th, 2017, 09:27 PM   #15163
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What is happening here?
I assume it's the border closing ceremony.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4v0RRA9mTa8
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Old April 6th, 2017, 10:00 PM   #15164
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This week I traveled from Austria to Germany (by car), then flew to Ireland, then flew to Scotland, then flew back to Germany and then drove back to Austria... so I crossed some borders.

Everything seems to be normal just days before the new Schengen control: the Germans are randomly checking the cars entering their country (I was not stopped), at the airports border crossing everything is as before etc...

We will see what happens from tomorrow on.
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Old April 7th, 2017, 04:02 PM   #15165
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Today heavy delays are reported from Slovenia-Croatian border mostly on both direction with waiting times up to 3 hours. All that outside any holiday season.
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Old April 7th, 2017, 04:46 PM   #15166
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I have read an article that also at the border between Hungary and Romania the waiting times have increased. I will travel there next week...
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Old April 7th, 2017, 04:52 PM   #15167
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Germany's Easter vacation started today. It is two weeks long so many gastarbeiters will return to their home country and the first wave of vacation traffic usually starts around Easter.
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Old April 7th, 2017, 04:54 PM   #15168
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Tomorrow morning, after a long time, I will cross a border pass.

Just Spain-France through Pyrenees.

After being a lot of years travelling for a long time for holidays by car or by plane but inside Spain (Canaries, thus, domestic flight), I think ten years since I went to Italy for a business travel and my wife a little more, being in Andorra.



HOPE NOT HAVING PROBLEMS OF CUSTOMS!!!!


Tomorrow morning, offline mode... I will tell on back!!
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Old April 7th, 2017, 06:30 PM   #15169
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HOPE NOT HAVING PROBLEMS OF CUSTOMS!!!!
Dude, Spain and France are both in the EU and Schengen Area, there's no reason for problems. Meanwhile there are huge delays between Slovenia and Croatia at over 10 border crossings. The worst I've read is 5 hours of waiting at Gruškovje/Macelj (Maribor–Zagreb)! It's insane, and meanwhile there are practically ferries from Libya to Italy.

Border crossing Obrežje/Bregana (Ljubljana–Zagreb):


http://www.rtvslo.si/slovenija/vozni...hrvasko/419223
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Old April 8th, 2017, 01:08 AM   #15170
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4.5 hours of waiting at midnight by Obrežje.

Even a local border crossing was clogged:


This was at Gruškovje:


Very suspicious family apparently:


Everyone out!

http://www.delo.si/novice/slovenija/...-cestah_1.html
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Old April 8th, 2017, 02:17 AM   #15171
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Holy cow!

Also, Hungarian media report on important traffic jams and waiting times at Hungary's Schengen external borders. And not only for incoming, also for outbound traffic. At the Röszke motorway crossing, a waiting time of one hour was mentioned for entering Serbia. Adding to normal traffic, two German Länder also have school holidays, resulting in gastarbeiters en route. A higher spike still is expected for the Easter days.

The biggest jam was said to have formed at the Letenye-Gorican border, with many travelers bound to Croatia. Police have looked into the trunk of every exiting vehicle.

Brussels has mandated stricter outer border controls as part of combating terrorism. It is presumed that this will help track down radical islamists who are already EU citizens in second or third generation - such as the Paris and Brussels attack perpetrators.

http://www.hirado.hu/2017/04/07/szig...gnagyobb-dugo/
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Old April 8th, 2017, 08:32 AM   #15172
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I am member of a traffic group in Romania on facebook.

2 different members, not connected one to the other, have posted there today in the morning at 4 am and at 5 am, that there is a 2-3 km waiting line on the motorway at the border between Hungary and Romania.
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Old April 8th, 2017, 11:20 AM   #15173
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Brussels has mandated stricter outer border controls as part of combating terrorism. It is presumed that this will help track down radical islamists who are already EU citizens in second or third generation - such as the Paris and Brussels attack perpetrators.
Because they must be travelling between Slovenia and Croatia And if they got something to hide they must be using the regular travel channels Gotta love the bureaucrats.
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Old April 8th, 2017, 11:48 AM   #15174
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Because they must be travelling between Slovenia and Croatia And if they got something to hide they must be using the regular travel channels Gotta love the bureaucrats.
All drugs from Turkey and weapons from Balkan wars do travel via big border crossings not trough green border or small local crossings.

And it's logical, you look less suspicious, like "casual traveller", and police don't have time for every vehicle to look inside it.
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Old April 8th, 2017, 11:51 AM   #15175
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Brussels has mandated stricter outer border controls as part of combating terrorism. It is presumed that this will help track down radical islamists who are already EU citizens in second or third generation - such as the Paris and Brussels attack perpetrators.
Well, it didn't stop the next attack, the one yesterday in Stockholm. Just after improving the security at the EU/Schengen external borders.

How you can detect that someone is a radical islamist just by a border control? Does it stand in your passport that you are a radical islamist? I don't think so.

Not to mention that if they are EU citizens, they must be allowed into EU even without any documents.

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Because they must be travelling between Slovenia and Croatia And if they got something to hide they must be using the regular travel channels Gotta love the bureaucrats.
What did our government in Poland for protection against terrorism? Made it obligatory to register pre-paid SIM cards, so that their users are not anonymous any more.

As if a terrorist would use a phone with such a a SIM card for communication, instead of a black market one (you can buy an "already registered" one on auction portals), or just a foreign one, from a country where SIM registration is not obligatory.

By the way, in Germany the registration is also obligatory, but it seems it's not a problem to register a German SIM card under a fake name and address (you do it online, so nobody can check if you is you). In Poland you have to, at least, physically go to a store, or use your bank account for verification. Or another, already registered, SIM card.
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Old April 8th, 2017, 12:24 PM   #15176
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However, where systematic consultation of databases could lead to a disproportionate impact on traffic flows at a sea or land border, member states are permitted to carry out only targeted checks against databases, provided that this will not lead to risks related to internal security, public policy, or the international relations of the member states, or pose a threat to public health.
http://www.consilium.europa.eu/en/pr...ernal-borders/

So what is wrong with the Slovenian/Croatian border police? Why are they causing "disproportionate impact on traffic flows" if the regulation tells them not to?
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Old April 8th, 2017, 02:30 PM   #15177
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I believe they are still in the "testing" mode. And a lot of people are already making weekend trips to Croatian coast so there is a lot of additional passengers.
Also there is not enough personnel on check points and even on largest bordercrossings there are only two or at most three queues for cars. I hope that they sort out those issues before Easter holidays coming week.
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Old April 8th, 2017, 03:27 PM   #15178
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http://www.consilium.europa.eu/en/pr...ernal-borders/

So what is wrong with the Slovenian/Croatian border police? Why are they causing "disproportionate impact on traffic flows" if the regulation tells them not to?
They still have to scan every ID or passport, and Croats are doing it too.
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I was anticipating these jams and here we are. Its insane.
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Old April 8th, 2017, 08:58 PM   #15180
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So what is wrong with the Slovenian/Croatian border police? Why are they causing "disproportionate impact on traffic flows" if the regulation tells them not to?
Nothing wrong.

I do not believe a delay of 1-2 hours at the external borders would qualify as a disproportionate impact on traffic flows.

As the full text of the regulation tells us, the relaxation of checks is for exceptional cases only, and subject to a risk analysis and consultation with the European Border and Coast Guard Agency.

I am quite sure that in the current political and social situation, every such risk analysis would show red. Nobody living inside wants to drill new holes to the Schengen Wall.
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