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Yes. You are allowed to do vrijwilligerswerk, as it is called in Dutch, if you have a legal permit to be there. One exception is when you are awaiting a decision as to your status. This site contains Dutch-language information on the topic. Google Translate may be your friend. However, you might need to be careful with insurances: See here. I don't know ...


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You don't need to apply for a visa in advance to enter the UK with a Nicaraguan passport, as long as your period of stay is less than six months, according to Timaticweb. However, the length of the visa issued on arrival is at the discretion of the immigration official who processes you at border control.


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The State Department's guidance notwithstanding, I don't think this will be a problem, but as always it will be up to the discretion of the immigration officer. Remember that the immigration officer will be looking for evidence that she will try to live in the US rather than depart on her scheduled flight. (Separate tickets are no problem, as long as she ...


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I can't find a Costa Rican source for this, but according to TIMATIC, it is possible to transit without a visa if the onward flight is within twelve hours of the arrival. Alternatively, the traveler is exuded from the visa requirement if she holds certain visas of other countries, including the EU. Her US visa won't help with this because it is a transit ...


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I think it would be less likely she would be granted a visa if she applied for it in the Netherlands instead of her home country. Unlike many countries, the US will allow people to apply for a nonimmigrant visa from any country they're legally present in, even as a tourist (unless they've had a previous visa cancelled at the border, then they must do it ...



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