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Hello!

I have a query regarding the Schengen Visa and UK Residency clause: "The UK residence permit should be valid for at least three months after the expiry date of your Schengen visa."

I was recently issued a multiple entry Schengen Visa from the French Embassy, valid until the first week of May 2013. My UK residency permit (Tier 2) is, as of now, valid until mid June 2013.

This being the case, am I eligible to travel to the Schengen region until the validity of the Schengen Visa (May 2013)?

Thanks, Nitin

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