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Hi there, I am posting my question here, Im hoping someone

Customer: responded 5 years ago.

Thank you for your instant reply, I have been in touch with the 'Europe Advice' and receive the following response so please advise me.

Please find below the reply to your inquiry. Please note that the advice given by Your Europe is an independent advice and can not be considered to be the opinion of the European Commission, of any other EU institution or its staff, nor will this advice be binding upon the European Commission, any other EU or national institution.

Thank you for getting in touch with Your Europe Advice.

Your question relates to the remedies at your disposal where the Schengen visa application has been refused on more than one occasion, and where it appears that the reason for the visa refusal may be because your details have been entered on the Schengen Information System and an alert created against you.

You wish to know how you can request your details to be taken off the SIS so that you may be able to travel in the Schengen area again.

You indicate that you reside in the UK, as an HSMP / Tier 1 General Migrant, and that you are a Pakistan citizen. You are employed in the UK. You have been refused a visa to go to Spain for a conference on more than one occasion, on the grounds that:

The information submitted regarding the justification for the purpose and conditions of the intended stay was not reliable 'and second, That,' one or more member state consider to be threat to public policy, internal security, public health as defined in Article 2 (19) of regulations (EC) No. 562/2006 (Schengen Border Code) or the international relations of one or more of the member states'

We do not have sufficient information to assess the basis for the grounds indicated above.

You will glean very useful information from the European Commission "handbook" which is meant to provide for uniform guidelines , is required to ensure uniform application of the Regulation ("the Visa Code").

For the text of the handbook, please visit the following link: http://ec.europa.eu/home-affairs/policies/borders/docs/c_2010_1620_en.pdf

Please note that where you request information about the SIS alert concerning your case, the Handbook recommends the "best practice" that the Spanish Consulate should provide you with the coordinates of the competent national authority, including data protection authority where you can exercise your rights to a legal remedy (see page 81/82 of the handbook, the link of which is provided above).

The correct legal provision on the 5th April 2011 is contained under Regulation 810/2009 (the so-called "visa code"); Please note that Article 32 paragraphs 2 and 3 under Regulation 810/2009 entered into force on the 5th April 2011.

Le français à Praxis .: LES ARTICLES PARTITIFS. VOCABULAIRE OF THE NOURRITURE.
Elle mange des croissants = p> In the interpretation to Spanish, we did not find articles before the subjects and if in French. Elle met de crème. = (from the + female subject) She adds cream.

This is the provision that obliges the authorities of Member States to provide reasons for refusal and vests in Applicants the right to appeal refusal notices. Member States are further mandated to inform applicants whose visas are refused on the relevant appeal process and how to lodge them.

Accordingly, the Spanish Consulate is under the obligation to give reasons for the refusal and to set out the reasons for the refusal by way of the standard form, which is set out in Annex VI of Regulation 810/2009 (the so-called "Visa Code").

REQUEST ADDRESSED TO THE SPANISH CONSULATE: The Consulate is requested to forward the relevant information on how to proceed with the refusal notice referenced above, and also on how to request information on the alert concerning you that has been registered on the Schengen Information System.

II. Spanish law:

i) Administrative and Judicial: Appeals

These legal proceedings are regulated under Spanish law which go beyond the remit of Your Europe Advice. You are hereby advised to seek assistance from a Spanish lawyer who may be of assistance with lodging the appeal on your behalf.

(ii) Solvit: You are urged to seek the assistance of Solvit, which aims to assist in the misapplication of European Community law.

You will find further information about this process at the following website: http://ec.europa.eu/solvit/site/index_en.htm

You are required to submit a complaint and the Solvit aims to provide a solution for you within 10 weeks. You will know within one week of submitting the complaint, whether the Competent Solvit Center has taken on your case.

Alternatively, you may also wish to rely on the following who may assist you:

http://www.ccoo.com/communities/static/CSCCOO/documents/migrations/ addressesCITE.pdf
or
http://www.ugt.es/inmigracion/foroinmigracion.html

The Spanish Red Cross also provides free legal clinics with Immigration Lawyers who will advise you about the steps to take.
http://www.migrar.org/asesoria/equipment/asesores/