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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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If you want to avoid going through Russia, that's a unique challenge. You can try the Turkey-Iran-Pakistan-India route as described https://en.wikivoyage.org/wiki/Istanbul_to_New_Delhi_over_land here. It's very detailed; your challenges might be getting the right visas and the Iran-Pakistan border. Or you can take a more northern route. Let's look at the ...


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There are no such restrictions. If you have a valid visa for Pakistan (and you would need one), you can enter Pakistan. Your only choice of transit is the Wagah border which is near the city of Lahore (the provincial capital of the state of Punjab, Pakistan). On the Indian side, you would start at Delhi. There is a bus service you can take. The journey ...


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No first hand experience, but I can tell you that yes, getting the Indian visa as a citizen of Pakistan will be a major hassle. The Indian High Commission in London is not very informative, but the Consulate General in Toronto has a good page that outlines the process: Pakistani Citizen Please click on the link ...


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There appear to be restrictions on the vehicles that are allowed to cross the border at Wagah: Regular buses or taxis are not allowed into the no-man's land between the countries, so unless you're on one of the few deluxe international buses, you'll have to walk across the 500m between the border posts yourself. Porters -- blue coats for the Indians, ...


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There are no exit formalities in the US. You can safely travel, and renew your passport while in Pakistan. Your passport is valid until midnight of the date of expiry. If you have any valid visas on your old passport, it will be returned to you along with your new passport; the old passport is no longer valid for travel - but will only be used to show any ...


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You can return to your home country which issued your passport at any time, up to the date of expiration of your passport. It does not need to be valid for any amount of time after your arrival in your home country. Remember, when you renew your passport, if you have valid visas in your old passport, ask for it to be returned so that you can continue to use ...


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I frequently visit Karachi - and even though I am from Pakistan I consider myself an expat since I have lived the majority of my life outside and I am not from Karachi so it adds another layer of unfamiliarity to the situation. Karachi is a very large metropolis - the largest in Pakistan. It has its safe parts, and it has its rough parts just like every ...


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There's absolutely no way. Latest the immigration authority would stop him, he will probably not even be let on the plane.



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