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I have been living in Dubai for last 7 years (I am an Indian national) and I have never had any issues with using binoculars. You will not have any issues with using binoculars in Dubai. Refrain from directly using it on people specially women and everything will be fine. I have usually used it in sports events.


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I traveled this route twice (Hyd-Dubai-US) with emirates. Even they give 1 hr 30 lay over when you book the ticket, but they will change it to three hours layover. You should get a notification email from emirates before you travel. This happened to me twice. And yes 1.5 hours is enough is ideal conditions but not always.


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jpatokal answer is correct. But I'll add that you will need to go through a security screening in Dubai (not immigration) and your luggage should be checked through. In my experience it is certainly feasible to get from gate to gate in about 45 minutes. I also noticed staff standing outside the security screening trying to flag down passengers for flights ...


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It's fine. The minimum connecting time for Emirates-Emirates flights is 75 minutes — sorry, can't find an authoritative source for this, but if you booked your flights through Emirates, they'll only offer legal connections anyway. If your incoming flight is on time, you'll make it. If it's delayed and you miss the connection, Emirates will put you ...


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To get from Dubai to Muscat, you have any number of choices: Flights (there are more than 16 flights a day between Dubai and Muscat). You can drive there by car (you'll need special insurance to cross the border, and if renting, you'll need extra coverage); it takes between 5:30 and 6 hours. The Oman National Transport Company runs a bus service as well; ...


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There all sorts of circumstances that will set off red lights for either is rarely security officials or immigration officials. If you're flying Israel's national carrier El Al you will definitely have problems going through security . Give yourself plenty of time to be interviewed him multiple times by Israeli security agents and prescreening and perhaps ...


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There are no specific requirements for you. I had a similar situation with a colleague who was going on a trip with his wife, they look at the following: Travel reservation Hotel reservation Itinerary (in his case, he was traveling to multiple member states) Proof of sufficient funds (bank statement) Validity of residency and travel documents (the ...


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You want to apply for a Schengen visa in Dubai and your immigration status in Dubai is spouse dependent. Assuming that your spouse is non-EEA, and you have no relatives in the EEA... There are no additional requirements other than providing assurance that you can return to Dubai (Question 18 on the form). Because your husband is the primary, you'll need to ...



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