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It depends a bit on which flight you will arrive from. However, from my own experience (I've flown in to Entebbe perhaps two dozen times in the past few years), it's unlikely to take you more than 15 minutes, on average.
For professional equipment, there is an international procedure especially for this purpose, called an ATA carnet. My understanding is that you might have to provide a deposit equivalent to the duties that would be due if you failed to leave the destination country in time, which could be quite a sum of money. The good thing is that you would get the money ...
I'm not aware of any official statistics but as far as I remember it took me about 30 minutes. The airport is small and didn't look very busy but I arrived at 2:00 am so I'm not quite sure if it's going to be more crowded during daytime. You need to compile a an entry paper and pay a fee (about $50 now for a single entry).
No, you don't need a transcript. Here is the list of the requirements from the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement website: A Form I-20, endorsed for travel and signed by your DSO You have been out of the United States for less than five months A current passport valid for at least six months after the date of your reentry or, if you are from ...
Each country around the world implements different passport security and authenticity checks, so there is no simple answer to your question. However, most modern passport readers are capable of identifying an ePassport and verifying that the chip is operating as it should. Over time, more countries are turning that security check on so it's likely that if ...
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