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No, it is not common practice. Generaly a 3 months D-Visa is issued (see 6.4.2.1) in cases when issued with the goal of recieving a residence permit. Exceptions can, however, be made (see 6.4.2.2). In your case, since a semester generally starts in September, they probably want you to complete the process before the semester begins. Most appointments must be ...


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It depends on the type of Schengen visa you have: a two-entry or multiple-entry visa would exempt you from the visa requirement in Croatia, a single-entry visa does not. If you were a resident in the Schengen area (holding a national long-stay or “type D“ visa or a residence permit), you would also be exempted from the visa requirement in Croatia. More ...


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