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China Transit Visa (G): (Updated: 2010/12/20) Visas are not required of aliens, who hold final destination tickets and have booked seats on international airliners flying directly through China, and will stay in a transit city for less than 24 hours without leaving the airport. Visas are not required of Citizens of the following countries, who ...


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According to the Zimbabwe Embassy in the US, NZ can get a multi-entry visa on arrival. Find New Zealand on the list here. You can find the prices here. Currently it says 95USD for a multi-entry visa.


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I'll take a crack at this from what I have gathered. I've flown in/out of India at Delhi and Chennai airports. Both have a separate queue that I have seen for visa-on-arrival tourists to queue up and apply for, although Chennai airport's new terminal is currently under construction and the immigration desks at the existing, old terminal you'll fly into are ...


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When I landed at Vic Falls the options I was given is $30USD for single entry or $45USD for double entry. The prices were the same for the Americans, Swiss and Germans I spoke to in the queue. A point to note, there was one immigration officer charging people for a double entry and placing a single entry visa in there passport and writing them a receipt for ...


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Most countries allow second passports if you have a good reason: typically acceptable reasons are conflicts with existing visas (eg. previously traveled to Israel but now need to go to Saudi), or simply frequent business travel. The case you state -- passport already in visa processing, and you now suddenly need to go for a second trip -- is actually pretty ...


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There's a link as provided in the comments about Argentina Work Permits and how to apply for them. The requirements to apply for a work visa are: Labour contract with the company or institution in Argentina Birth certificate, translated into Spanish by a certified translator Marital certification, translated into Spanish by a certified translator (if an ...


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I'm a Kiwi too, and I assure you, you're totally fine to leave the airport. Evidence? Just 6 weeks ago I was flying through Sydney enroute back to NZ, and had 10 or so hours to kill. I caught the train into town, met up with a couple of friends for lunch and wandered around a bit, and then headed back to the airport. I didn't even need to collect my ...


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The easiest thing to do in this case would be apply for renewal of a passport. The UK Border Agency allows you to keep your UK visa on an old passport and use the new passport for stamping during entry/exit. At a later date, your friend can contact UKBA and have the visa transferred to his new passport so that he doesn't have to carry around two at the same ...


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It would appear there is no official list rather an official suggestion to check with the country you are traveling to. I suggest you ask separate questions for the countries you intend on visiting.


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I don't know specifically re New Zealand, but my country will only issue ETD to get you back home (its not something you can travel with, and you'll probably need a visa for every country on the way anyway), and only if the passport was lost/stolen. Your friend didn't lose the passport, it was not stolen, and I see no reason why would a government issue him ...



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