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Yes, both of these are potential issues. (First, you are entering by land, so the ESTA is a non-issue. ESTA is for air/sea entry only.) I will presume that you will be entering without a visa, under the visa waiver programme. In this case, the I-94W form requires an address in the USA. I do not believe that "UNKNOWN" is accepted, but I may be wrong. If ...


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You are worried that your bf may be removed at port. Are your concerns real? It's a matter of opinion. The Home Office produces statistics that inform us that approximately 1 passenger out of 2,200 arriving from the US will be removed at port. Or in other terms, for every 5 arriving flights, 1 passenger will be refused entry and sent back. Some of these ...


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People visit the migrant camp in Calais (actually Sangatte) all the time. But, they are representing migrant charities and migrant advocacy groups. Others visit as media journalists. As a general rule, they all carry credentials around their neck and move about in groups. It is not illegal to engage with them outside the camp (or what remains of it), but ...


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The video you presented and others like it have been shot on public roads, especially around the “Boulevard de l'Europe”, the street leading to the Eurotunnel terminal and you can see many private cars so it's obviously legal to drive there (that's the point: you have to pass there to reach the entrance of Eurotunnel and the traffic forces drivers to slow ...


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There's no law that you require a passport (in date or otherwise) to leave the UK. It's simply up to the airline whether they wish to transport you to the destination. They will not transport you if they think you will be denied entry, because the airline gets fined for this.


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I have not been able to find any restrictions on the border crossing by foreigners on the Kartsakhi. Actually the most news on the subject I was able to find on Russian and Azeri news sites specifically with respect to the high speed rail project Baku-Tbilisi-Kars (Russian) where Kartsakhi would be the border crossing station for rail traffic on the line. ...


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I've had a malfunctioning barcode passport (those pre-biometric hologrammed ones) for 10 years. Basically ever since I first got the passport I was unable to successfully scan it anywhere I went. During that timespan I travelled many countries, including and not limited to the US, India and Australia, and it never worked. What happens in case the automatic ...


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If you are a green card holder you do not need to get a visa to visit Canada. NOTICE if you are get in to Canada and stay more than 6 months, you must apply for a visaa


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I am sure such question can not be answered with any reasonable detailed place. first of all if such place would be known to a broad audience, most probably it would be known to law enforcement and would be closed (like asking on the forum for a suggestion where to find gold in Alaska. It is useless because if people knew where to find it, all of it would ...


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I recommend you got through (amur river), Which also touch the boarder of north Russia and there are also travelling agent at the side of that river, Who want small commition to cross the boarder but, There is a lot of danger there.....


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Live 15 min from that border. There will be to lines. EU/EEA/CH and All other. If you have EU/EEA/CH passport you have to get in the EU/EEA/CH line. You will need to show your passport of EU ID card. You will not be questioned, only your document will be checked if it is genuine. If you dont have EU/EEA/CH passport take "All others" and you will have to stop ...


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1) Having a multiple entry visa allows you repeat visits as long as the visa is valid so yes you can (technically) visit more than once. 2) If granted entry, you will be given an I-94 form with a date on it by which you must leave the US. That determines your duration of stay, more on that here. 3) A visa only gives you the right to request entry at a ...


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About the best information I can find is on a tour operator website, which says: China crossing To cross the land border at Ruili (known as Shweli in Burmese and located in China’s Yunnan Province) / Muse (Myanmar, Shan State), you will need to arrange a special tour package by filling out this form; the package will include a guide and ...


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Since nobody has found a shorter distance, it seems that Namibia and Zimbabwe are the closest pair.


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Perhaps there is some profiling behind this. At a border crossing where, in the experience of border guards, trafficking (in the sense of not declaring taxable goods) takes places mostly by bus passengers, they will have a tendency to examine bus passengers more closely. In order borders, specific car types or nationalities may be targeted. To take an ...


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When driving a private car, it is usually assumed that the baggage in that car belongs to the people in the car or was placed in the car by the occupants. And if any of the occupants warrant additional checks, the car is pulled aside for secondary inspection. When riding on a bus, the baggage compartment is accessible to many people other than the ...


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I have been asked to step out and formally identify my belongings before my car was searched at a land border so it does happen too. Anecdotally, in trains, I have experienced very different treatments depending (apparently) on the class of travel. Profiling (based on appearance, type of car, etc.) does happen too in many places. So the treatment you get ...



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