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You can edit your approved ESTA application online for free at the official DHS website. If you are issued an ESTA, whether you wish to use it for transit or staying does not appear to be relevant. I don't think it will be a big deal for anyone.


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"Bio" invariably either refers to biology (e.g., biochemistry, bio-informatics, biodegradability, bio-weapons) or is an abbreviation for biography (used on its own or, e.g., in biopic). In the context of travel, it's also the IATA code for Bilbao airport. In this case, only the second makes sense: it's asking for the photo page of your passport that has ...


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The bio-date page of a passport is the page with your biographical data (name, date of birth, passport number, expiration date, etc...). Most passports will also show your picture on this page, along with the machine readable zone at the bottom. Examples: Public domain Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:GhanaianBio-pp.jpg


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You haven't 'Submitted' your DS-160 to the consulate. Fundamentally, you submit it to the consulate when you appear there for your interview (technically now days you generally just submit a reference page, but they don't consider it as being submitted until that point). So no, you will have no issues with what you've done, and there is no need to delete ...


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No, not a problem. The interviewer will ask you about the reasons of visiting, and will correct the visa type on the spot if you chose the wrong type. One time, I was applying for D visa (crew visa), and I asked the interviewer if it's ok to include another visa as well (B1/B2), he asked me why and I told him I would like to visit if I have some days off, he ...


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It is safe to remove the receipts because you are supposed to return those receipts to the Japan Customs counters right after the passport control. Submit the Proof of Tax-Free Purchase attached to your passport when leaving the country - (Offical) Japan. Tax-free Shopping Guide This leads to another question: "what if I forget to return the ...


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It seems clearly that any person without a passport will be denied to board the plane. HOWEVER, IF A PERSON applies to the us embassy for a temporary pass, then he or she will have no issue. This is just common sense and without reading any law, but emergencies happen and so many considerations may be taken by immigration Agents or airports to facilitate in ...


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Yes, it's safe to remove. Japan and quite a few other countries staple their departure cards to the passport, so immigration authorities are used to seeing staple holes on passport pages.


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What are the documents I need to submit aside from bank statements? Aside from photos and your passport, there is no 'set' list of documents; each applicant decides what to include. To do that, you need to examine the Supporting Documents Guide and determine which documents will reveal your personal circumstances most favourably. Your bank statements ...


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You clicked the 'no' box about having friends or relatives in the UK, and now you are having 'post-submission anxiety' about it. This should not be a problem because they do not like to refuse applications over minor clerical errors or technical details. Remember... For things like checkboxes you can make pen and ink corrections on your way to the VFS. ...


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Download the DB app in your smartphone. Then use the ticket number to download the ticket into the DB app in your smart phone. It will become a Handyticket automatically. In that case all you show is your smartphone. I have done it several times.


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The official website does not explain what to do in that scenario but the DB is very specific about it: You have to travel with the exact (credit or ID) card registered as a token when you booked the ticket, no exceptions. If the card expired, you are expected to present the old, expired card instead of the new one (or possibly both if you are travelling ...


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Yes, both foreigners and Russian citizens usually need a special permission to enter regions in Russia designated as border zones and Chukotka is one of them. On Google Street View, you can along the Finnish border find some of the signs indicating the start of the regulated border zone. This might sound as an odd, paranoid remnant from the communist era, ...


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Your question is quite broad and not completely clear, but I assume you arrive from Kazakhstan and want to cross at Khogas into China and then drive on to Beijing and/or Shanghai. I'm no expert but I will try to give you some pointers. Comments to start with: For any venture through the Stans be sure to study the excellent Caravanistan site. Have you ...


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Yes, if booked by third-party. From the Air India booking FAQs: Q. Can I make an online booking with my credit card if I am not travelling myself? Answer If the cardholder is not a part of the traveling party, then the passenger should possess: A photocopy of both sides of the card, which will have to be self attested by the card holder ...


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Since your parking venue in Fusina is Parcheggio custodito 24h, you probably have a simple solution, at least to solve the Blue Badge problem. Make a photocopy of your Blue Badge, and take the original and the photocopy to the car park attendant. Since the car park is staffed 24 hours per day, you can ask them to check your original and then annotate the ...


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I went to numerous museums in Venice (and Florence and Verona) last summer with a friend in a wheelchair, and she was never asked for documentation at any of them. Simply being in a wheelchair was proof enough.


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As said in the comments, the person you were talking to was probably confused. Chances are that you would never have the same problem again, but this should help if you did; Have a print off of the relevant documents Try and explain the situation of how you gained the Global Entry Ask to speak to someone in senior position - without trying to cause ...


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If you don't leave the United States, you do not need a passport - remember that most Americans have no passport at all. You do need a 'Secure Government Issued ID'. That could be - aside from a biometric passport from any country: a State issued Driver's License - if your state does already have Secure Driver's Licenses (Florida does have them) a State ...



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