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I was accepted to two universities, one in the Netherlands and one in Italy. My enrolment in the Dutch uni is not final and may not happen( I will know within 2 weeks). Therefore I want to apply for visas for both countries in case I do not get into The Dutch uni.

I have already began the application for the Italian visa and it will be ready soon. My question is: can I get a dutch student visa for Netherlands while I already have an Italian student visa in my passport? Because if I do officially get accepted into the Dutch uni I will go there and will need to make a Dutch visa. However, I do not want to cancel the process for my Italian visa just in case.

So, Will having an Italian student visa in my passport not allow me to get a Dutch student visa?

Thank you.

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