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My son has moved from San Francisco to Berlin for a three month software school. After school ends he wishes to stay in Germany.

He went to an immigration attorney in Germany for help in obtaining a visa. The attorney told him he may stay in Germany during the time it takes to process the visa.

We have traveled to Germany several times in the last three years and I don't remember any one at the airport or train station looking at a passport if we were entering from another EU country. I will be visiting him this August and my hope would be to visit Estonia, Latvia and Norway. If we did he would be past the 90 day rule for living in Europe as an American.

Does anyone know if a person who has applied for a German visa can then travel within the EU? Or must they remain in Germany.

Thanks to all who reply.

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