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I'm pretty sure you don't have to see a doctor to get penicilin in Cambodia, I got some antibiotics from a nurse on Koh Rong. And pharmacy staff will definitely understand "penicilin". Still, it might be a good idea to see a doctor anyway instead of self-diagnosing and self-medicating. Best ask your hotel/hostel's staff, they should know a doctor who ...


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Your friend's only course of action is to apply for a new passport (or perhaps another emergency travel document) at the High Commission or a consulate of Pakistan. If it takes too long for your friend's travel plans, there is not much to be done. Renewal shouldn't take that long. According to the website of the High Commission, regular applications are ...


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I don't see why the Indian authorities would care about your status in the US, but if they do, explain this (which also explains why you wouldn't have a problem in the US airport): In the US, a visa is only required as an entry document. Continued stay in the country is not conditioned on the possession of a valid visa. One official source for this is ...


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Book two round-trip flights and throw away the return portion for one of the passengers. People routinely do it all the time.


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You are arriving from an international destination (Melbourne) so you will pass through customs and immigration control on arrival in the USA. There is no exception for transit passengers. You should receive both boarding passes in Melborne but if not or if you lost the second, you'll need to visit the check in desk or the baggage drop desk to get your next ...


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Neither. The CBP guidance notes say: Print your current street address in the United States. If you are staying at a hotel, include the hotel's name and street address. Print the city and the state in the appropriate boxes. Where your friend expects to be 10 days later is not current and that in your friend's case the port of entry happens to be in ...


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As you are flying on Etihad Airways, your baggage will be checked all the way through. You can even avail US pre-clearance which is available at Abu Dhabi to avoid delays when landing in NYC.


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If you bought the tickets together, then typically yes, the luggage will be transferred for you. If you bought the tickets separately from two different airlines, then typically no. If you are just changing planes within the same airline, always yes.


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Al-Qahira View, Cairo - Wikimedia Commons According to the UK Government, updated on 11 July 2015: Latest update: Safety and security (Cairo) and Terrorism sections - on 11 July, there was an explosion at the Italian Consulate in Cairo. There is a high threat from terrorism. and There is a high threat from terrorism. The Foreign and ...


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Overall, this is seen to be abusive because you are attempting to get more leave than was issued to you (whether you intended to or not). The controlling technical reference for your question is found in Paragraph 30C of the Immigration Rules which says... An Immigration Officer may cancel an entry clearance which is capable of having effect as leave ...


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UK Council for International Student Affairs addresses this very question: If you are not a European Economic Area national and want to travel to Europe, you may be required to apply for a Schengen visa before you travel. Given the fact that you require a Schengen visa to enter the area you will need to get one. The UK student visa doesn't entitle you ...


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A birth certificate and social security card is not sufficient according to the rules. From WHTI Program Background: U.S. citizens entering the United States at sea or land ports of entry are required to present a WHTI-compliant document such as a valid passport, U.S. passport card, Trusted Traveler Program card (NEXUS, SENTRI, Global Entry or FAST), or ...


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Can I take the train, instead of going by car? Would this cause me any trouble later during the trip, especially regarding visa issues? It will not be a problem as long as your 'invitation' still sync's up with your travel dates. Also, it will not prevent you from getting visas in the future.



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