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I think you looked at the first page only. The first question on the second page of the form you linked to is Name and nationality of mother.


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I think this is quite common in some Asia countries. For example here in Thailand it is the same, even though my parents are now long dead I have to list them on various forms. In the case of India I think they love bureaucracy, it is an old habit and keeps lots of people in jobs I guess. Blame it on the Brits I suppose, though overall I think they helped.


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Yes, you need to bring your birth certificate to the consulate. Also, check the regulations specific to Mexico. For me, the required process was: Mail the passport, original birth certificate, and application form to the embassy using a specific courier. No flexibility on this. The embassy was serving many walk-ins by sending them to a counter inside ...


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Yes! Today I visited the Bureau of Immigration head office in Intramuros, and they informed me that the normal processing time is three days. (Exactly three days, to the minute. You cannot apply Monday afternoon and pick-up Thursday morning.) The exit clearance fees are included in the ACR I-Card, leaving "only" the P500 general transaction fee. If you can ...


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I don't know why India asks for it - but I do know that in some countries the name of the guardian (either the husband for women or father for males and unmarried girls) is part of your passport identification page. This is checked when you are traveling - for example, if I am to sponsor my wife's visa, her passport must state my name under ...


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If you are challenged at a CTA port (which is unlikely), they will scan it and if nothing flags up, you can proceed. You might get some stick about upgrading to the newer ID's, but that's reasonable. Keep your DVLA reference number handy. If you are an ROI citizen you are covered on UK side by the Ireland Act 1949 ...


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Are you trying to get Pre-Check clearance? If so, it's best to add your Known Traveler number to the itinerary as early as you can, since the airline sends the PNRs to the TSA about three days before the flight. Of course, the airline can resubmit the day of the flight, but it's more work, and not all check-in agents know how to do it or want to take the ...


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It's no more than the standard arrivals form you need to fill out for most countries you'll visit. And I've seen places where you had to fill out a lot more to get past customs even with a prearranged visa... So yeah, there's kinda a form but it's nothing to fret about. Mostly if you have the cash (remember, cash only in US$, Euro, or UK Pounds at least ...


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Yes there is a form to be filled, and that is the arrival card which you usually get it during the flight. The form has simple fields: Name, date of birth, passport information, address in Indonesia, duration of stay and flight number along with other usual stuff. No tricky or smart questions like in visa forms of other countries. This form should be handed ...



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