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What I always do is get a fake printed return ticket. The easiest way is to buy the return ticket at expedia.com, download the PDF with the e-ticket and immediately ask for cancelling the ticket (You can do it via the website up to 24h after the purchase with no costs and no hassle at all). Remember, the immigration officer has no access to the airline ...


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Two responses, for depending on why you ask. If you ask because you want to know if it's legal, then yes, you can enter on a single way ticket. See the advice on this web page from the Australian High Commission in the UK that specifically references single vs. one way tickets. However, if you ask because you want to know if it's cost effective, then no, ...


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The general law anywhere in the world is that you should be able to prove that you're leaving the country you're about to visit as a tourist. It's enforced differently across different countries, airlines, borders etc. The safest option that still doesn't require you to have a return ticket is to book a valid flight with an agent that doesn't cost anything ...


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I suspect very strongly that the consequence is that it may be used as a travel document only for citizens of Estonia. Note that the PRADO entry actually describes the card's legal status with two sentences: Travel document issued to nationals of: EST - Estonia • EESTI • Identity card issued to citizens of Estonia and citizens of the European ...


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I have now received answers from two official sources, Edinburgh and London offices. It was impossible to get through to anyone in London on the phone but they responded to an email on the same day: Dear Johnny Baloney, Thank you for contacting Chinese Visa Application Service Centre. As an EU national, you are not required to provide any ...


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You need to prove that you are legally resident in the UK, not simply a tourist or other short-term visitor. China requires that visa applicants apply from their country of citizenship or residence. Many documents will suffice for this; for instance, a work or student visa, indefinite leave to remain, asylum approval, etc. For an EU citizen, your EU ...



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