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Information in Russian and going back to 2013 not mentioning anything except the passports and visas and possible XRay of your bags. Similar information is available from Legend Tours (in Russian) with similar information. Basically you will need to have a proof of ownership of the car or a legal document allowing you to drive it, the usual visas still ...


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I'll just stick this on as an answer for completeness (I previously posted it as a comment): I took 3 DB rides without the card used to book the tickets with no problem. On all 3 of my train rides, there was no trouble explaining my situation and showing my passport as ID, no need to repurchase tickets, and no "you should bring your credit card next time" ...


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That role falls to the sponsor to explain in a sponsor letter. There is no precise formulae guaranteeing success, but the object of a sponsor letter is to anticipate the decision-maker's questions and then to address as many as possible. You can treat this list as something like "pick and choose" the items relevant to your specific situation... the ...


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Both 600 and 601 visas are solely for travellers wishing to enter Australia as a visitor for leisure or business purposes. The difference between a 600 and a 601 visa is that the 601 allows for a maximum stay of 3 months. Moreover, the 601 visa demands less, if not zero, paperwork. This is because the 601 is available only for a specific set of passport ...


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How I proved my family ties was by providing them with an official family card/certificate signed by the local government listing my name and my other family members' names in the certificate.


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From this Home Affairs document explaining the codes: BNL 1 : visa issued following authorisation by the central authorities. BNL 2 : visa issued ex officio. BNL 3 + name of the border point of entry and/or the date of entry: this code will only be indicated for security reasons in exceptional cases. BNL 4 : visa issued in the ...


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I discovered this method last year when I was in Asia, possibly when I was already in Cambodia. At that time I found multiple threads of various forums discussing it but I'll answer now off the top of my head and try to come back and add some links afterward. You can't do this in a tourist visa, but It's just as easy to get a business visa for Cambodia as ...


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No, photocopies of a passport are never a substitute for a passport as they're trivial to fake. However assuming that you look like an average European tourist this should be sufficient for the Turkish police to simply check your name in their local database. Try to get some sort of an alternative official ID (such as your national ID card) or simply take ...



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