Is there any limit to the number of Schengen visas that I can apply for each year?
No. But all of the Schengen countries work in 6 month blocks, and in any 6 month block you can only have a maximum of 90 days travel. For example- John A applies for a Spanish visa on the 2nd January and is issued with a 2 month visa (valid for 30 days travel). This expires and he then applies for a French visa in March. Because he is re-applying within his 6 month block, the maximum the French can give him is a 4 month visa (valid for 60 days travel) valid until the 2nd July. The total duration of the 2 visas combined equals 6 months, with 90 days travel.
- If a new employee has reached the limit for social security taxes with a previous employer in the same year, does the new employer need to take out the tax for both the company and employee?
- How often do UV lights used for mold prevention need to be replaced. Is there a time limit of once per year?
- Is there a limit to the number of H-2B visas approved each year?