Mülk alımı yoluyla alınan oturum izni ile diğer Avrupa ülkelerine giriş çıkış süresi ile ilgili herhangi bir kısıtlama olup olmadığı sorumuza Avrupa Topluluğu Komisyonunun İngilizce cevabı aşağıda bilgilerinize sunulmaktadır. Herhangi bir yanlış tercümeye mahal vermemek için gönderilen İngilizce metini olduğu gibi yayınlıyoruz.
As a non-EU national wishing to visit or travel within the EU, you will need a passport:
• valid for at least 3 months after the date you intend to leave the EU country you are visiting,
• which was issued within the previous 10 years,
and possibly a visa.
You should apply for a visa from the consulate or embassy of the country you are visiting.
However, the fact that you legally reside in Greece waives your obligation to have a visa issued in order to enter the territory of another EU Member State participating in the Schengen agreement, upon the condition that you hold a valid residence permit in Greece. Your residence permit equals a Visa stamp on your passport.
On the basis of the Schengen acquis, a valid residence permit from a Schengen Member State, together with a travel document, can substitute for a visa. Thus, as third-country national presenting your passport and a valid residence permit issued by Greece, as a Schengen Member State, you are allowed to enter another Schengen Member State for a short stay without needing a visa. It allows you multiple stays in one or more Schengen countries, as long as the total length of the stay does not exceed 90 days in a given period of 180 day period from the date of first entry.
Unfortunately this equivalence does not apply to the United Kingdom and Ireland and Denmark, since they do not apply these provisions of the Schengen acquis. You may need a national visa to visit non-Schengen countries.
You should therefore contact the embassies of the above-mentioned EU Member States in order to find out if you need a visa to enter their territories.
Border officials in EU countries may ask for other supporting documents such as an invitation letter, proof of lodging, return or round-trip ticket. For the precise requirements contact the local consular services of the EU country in question.
There are a number of countries whose nationals do not need a visa to visit the EU for three months or less. The list of countries whose nationals require visas to travel to the United Kingdom or Ireland differs slightly from other EU countries.
Entry conditions to the United Kingdom or Ireland are based on their respective national law and differ from the EU rules.