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A digital oscilloscope would be considered an item of professional use and is specific enough to not be repurposed or sold in India. You wouldn't be required to declare it while coming into the country. I'm an Electrical Engineer too and I agree this is a device which is fairly uncommon for travellers, I doubt you'll have issues at customs with it though.


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Assuming you are an Indian citizen, if you don't need to pass immigration in Germany you don't need a visa anyway, regardless of your US visa status. http://www.auswaertiges-amt.de/EN/Infoservice/FAQ/VisumFuerD/33-Transit.html?nn=480902 The vast majority of foreign travellers benefit from the "transit privilege" - if during a stopover at a German ...


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As mentioned earlier the limits as far as Indian immigration is concerned are well covered in the answer to this question at Travel.SE (Travelling to India from China - Limit on Customs?), Regarding phones specifically, legally, you can carry one personal phone and that's it. Any packaged electronics (the two iPhones your aunt plans to bring in) should be ...


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If you already have a visa, chances are, you will be allowed to enter the country without a problem. I haven't heard about any official refugee protection scheme in India. I am a Sri Lankan too and I stayed in Sri Lanka during the war era. It's unlikely that you will be able to negotiate the overstay to a refugee protection or something similar. Having ...


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Submitting educational certificates is not essential for getting a passport. I checked on the Government of India website for passports and it looks like you can use the birth certificate as proof of date of birth and Aadhar Card as proof of address. For non-ECR, you could use 12th class or college certificate which generally do not mention date of birth. ...


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Many airlines provide a list of accepted ID cards and, as far as I remember, the Post Office card is not explicitly mentioned by any one of them. However, its the airport security (CISF) which checks the ID and not the airlines. Also, there is some variation in the list of acceptable IDs given by different airlines. I believe that almost any photo ID card ...


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Since you asked for an official source, here's a guide for travelers freely available on the Central Board of Excise and Customs website for the Indian Government. They also happen to have a set of baggage rules complete with appendices which should clarify all the rules. Regarding your specific questions and just for the sake of providing a short summary ...


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Your extension on I-94 allows you to remain in the USA. I believe when you leave the USA, your I-94 will get an exit stamp. When you leave the USA your I-94 is over, unless it is a short-trip (up to 30 days) to Mexico, Canada or adjacent islands, in that case they will re-validate your existing I-94. Leaving the USA for any other country, like India will ...


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If you are using the Delhi Airport Metro Express (at the New Delhi station), there is a cloakroom just outside the barriers. Bag does not need to be locked. 100INR up to 4 hours. Longer durations also possible (sorry, not sure of price).


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Trying to find a workaround this will get you into an even bigger mess. I understand how these situations come to be in the first place but the correct procedure to fix this is to either get an affidavit which suggests that the date on the School Leaving Certificate is incorrect or get the School Leaving Certificate fixed. Either way, not doing this at ...


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Presenting the card and running a transaction on the card are different things. I bought some show tickets a while back, changed the card, but kept the old card for ticket pickup. The company just wanted to match the numbers on the transaction to the numbers on the piece of plastic, the transaction was run at the time of purchase. People change / lose / ...


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Boat facilities are available to reach Vivekananda Rock operated by Goverment of TamilNadu and the same boat goes to Thiruvalluvar Statue as well. There is a mediation hall in Vivekananda Dhyana mandapam, where people can mediate in calm and peaceful atmosphere. It is located 500 meters away from shore on an island. Entrance Fee : Rs.10.00 Ferry Fee ...



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