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It's difficult to discern your exact situation from your question, since I believe you are slightly confused about your actual visa status. Also, as @Gagravarr mentions, your citizenship is important. But let me answer based on what I think you are probably asking. First, my assumptions: You are from a country (such as the USA or Canada) which doesn't ...


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its more dangerous due to the cartels/kidnapping/immigrants heading to the us and once again the route thats taken place in the north to transport drugs into the us from the cartels, its horrifying that this is taken place down below us


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Here are the actions I might take in your shoes. In descending order of preference, and to avoid bad consequences, they are: Have food for the boy (purchased from the outside) when he visits your cabin. Have money for the boy when he visits your cabin. Some buffetts will allow you to take away partially eaten food. If so, I would "take one ...


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Yes. When you land in DF, you will be required to clear immigration and customs with all of your luggage, then re-check any checked bags, and re-clear security. I have done this before, and my girlfriend just did it last week (LHR -> MEX -> GDL). When things are running smoothly, it shouldn't take more than an hour to do all of that. But if you have ...


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Firstly, YES. But for more details, do you mean just Oaxaca City or Oaxaca State generally? In the city it's pretty hard to find people speaking indigenous languages, they seem to kind of "hide" it. If you keep your ears open you can hear local languages at second class bus stops, colectivo stops, local markets, etc. It should be also possible to hear ...


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This is of course a question which is probably answerable best by experience, but since I think something is always better than nothing, here's a list of all the currency exchanges (In Spanish) on Benito Juarez Airport. There is also an interactive map on the airport website which shows a list of banks and currency exchanges. They are mostly nearby, so I ...


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This depends on which locals you want to speak to. If you're in the cities, you should have no trouble at all speaking Spanish to practically anyone. If you venture out into the country side, Spanish is more the trade language, and several local languages are used more commonly. Even in such places you should have no trouble using Spanish to conduct ...


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First, you did a good thing, there was no comeback, and so it's all good. But I want to answer your more general question for other people in that situation, Many buffets have and explicit 'no leftovers no sharing' policy, if they don't make it explicit up front then they undoubtedly will if you start abusing the buffet. So while sneaking someone a few ...


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Let's not overthink this, there are two main issues here: Getting the food: As long as the food you are getting is yours (you paid for it or it is included in the package and allowed to take) then you are not doing anything wrong, if in doubt, ask the buffet people permission to take away some food, if they refuse, pay for it if you want to do good for the ...


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The USCIS or whatever they are called now say that a "foreign national or alien entering the U.S. is generally required to present a passport and valid visa ..., unless they are ... a lawful permanent resident of the U.S. or a citizen of Canada." That's the theory. The more difficult part will be to convince the airline representative to let you check in. ...



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