DENISE
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Can you travel from germany to other European countries wih a US Refugee travel document?

I am planning a Eurotrip this xmas and wondering if I can use my Refugee Travel Document to travel from one European country to another. Thanks!

joelius2
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Re: Can you travel from germany to other European countries wih a US Refugee travel document?

No you can not travel to Europe with a US refugee travel document. You would have to have a passport. Just having a refugee document won't be enough. No European country will accept this document.

kari4538
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Re: Can you travel from germany to other European countries wih a US Refugee travel document?

How can that be the BEST answer? Of course that's what a Refugee Travel Document is for. Apply for a Schengen Visa, al though, for Germany, you don't need a visa, and for Switzerland, if you are a refugee and a permanent resident, you don't need a visa...                         
                     

staliman
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Re: Can you travel from germany to other European countries wih a US Refugee travel document?

Find more about this at:http://world24hours.googlepage...                         
                     

idahotaz
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Re: Can you travel from germany to other European countries wih a US Refugee travel document?

Apply for a visa to the countries that you want to visit because the US Refugee travel document cannot be used on other countries.

Michael
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Re: Can you travel from germany to other European countries wih a US Refugee travel document?

Of course you can travel outside the US with your refugee travel document;  that is what it is for!  Not only the US, but all European countries issue documents just like this, and people use them in place of a passport to travel internationally.

You may, however, need to apply for a Schengen visa in order to enter Europe, depending on what is the country of your actual citizenship.  Your visa needs will be based on your citizenship, not the nationality of your travel document.  You must apply for the Schengen visa through the embassy or consulate of the first country you will enter, or the one where you will spend the most time.