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Since nobody with more knowledge has answered: You were apparently honest about what you intended to do, but did not realize it was not permitted. That means you have not damaged your credibility. If you have the paperwork, there may be a reference number that will be useful on your future applications. In any case, be careful to fill in the application ...


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If you haven't forgotten or misunderstood anything, I don't see any reason to worry. In actual fact, even entry denials are not recorded or shared across EU countries. You would get a stamp in your passport and that would be all. There is no “passport record” where this information would be recorded, at least no Europe-wide record or database (conceivably ...


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@jarnbjo already provided a detailed explanation on what happened, with additional details in comments. But as far as what you can do now, the answer is quite simple: You need to return to the country where you are a resident (Mauritius?) and apply for the proper visa from there, possibly with the help of a German lawyer to double check your application and ...


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This is a very complicated case. I think you should get a qualified experienced immigration attorney to help you sort this out. My own advice would be that you are proactive and also contact the Home Office and explain the situation, but I would not do this without first consulting an attorney. I'm not sure of the validity of the marriage in the Bahamas as ...


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The last page you uploaded, starting with "Rechtsbehelfsbelehrung" has a blank field for your signature to the left of the officer's signature. Did you sign here on the copy retained by the immigration authorities? With that signature, you acknowledged that you have received an oral, English translation of the documents. The documents you have downloaded ...


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Somebody turned you in and it led to a removal (these things happen sometimes with freelancers) and you want to know if the event will affect an upcoming T4 application. Basics. When you were removed, they gave you some form(s) and took your biometrics, hang on to the form(s) because they will have your reference number on them. You will need it later. ...


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