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I have no idea about (2) -- try calling the consulate and ask! -- but as for (1): In order to get the Belgian consulate to process a visa application, you need to propose an itinerary where Belgium is the main destination of your trip, which means it has to be the state where you will spend most of the time (15 versus 7 days ought to do it). If they issue ...


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Canadian citizens do not need a visa to enter the US (with some exceptions). They do not need a visa waiver, and so do not need an ESTA. Residency is not an issue. You will of course need a Canadian passport to take advantage of this.


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The ESTA is only relevant for citizens of Visa Waiver Program countries, which you are not. Like many other such rules, what matters is your citizenship, not where you currently reside or travel from. I am not sure of the exact rules for Canadian citizens but I think you don't need any visa or prior formalities for a short visit to the US. The Timatic ...


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if you have a US number, then US users should pay their normal text fee, while non-US users would have to pay whatever they would normally have to pay to text the US (I can't see anything on the AT&T passport or roaming pages about the cost for others to contact you. This supports the idea that the cost for others to contact you is the same as if you ...


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The keys to solving visa problems on such long trips are (a) planning/research and (b) getting visas on the road, as you travel. Getting visas to "all the countries in the world" in one shot and then embarking on a trip is just not realistic. First, take a look at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visa_requirements_for_Belgian_citizens Note that for Belgian ...



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