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If you are flying to the United States of America, you should be worried. In the last 1.5 years (since our youngest was born) we already missed two flights because she has 3 first names, that usually don't fit on the ticket. Which means extra checks and longer waiting times. The USA is very strict (for good reasons) and it has to be a perfect match with the ...


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A permanent resident permit of Norway does not entitle you to visa free access in the UK. You would need to apply for a standard visitor visa. Source: https://www.gov.uk/check-uk-visa/y/philippines/tourism


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You don't need a visa to transit Dubai if you do not need to leave the international transit area of the airport. In that respect it is like most of the world's airports. If you want to leave the airport and visit Dubai during your layover, you will need to apply for a visa in advance. You can do this by visiting Manage a booking on the Emirates web site ...


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No, you cannot make a Schengen visa application in Romania without being a resident. Relevant quote from the Czech consulate in Romania: The applicants file their application in the state of which they are either citizens or holders of a long-term residence permit. In case there is no diplomatic mission of the Czech Republic in this state, the ...



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