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Having a passport list your name as BCA potentially makes it invalid, since it doesn't reflect your true identity. Same would apply if the passport had a different birthdate or a different name altogether. While having such a passport is not fraudulent, it's a potential reason for visa refusal at the embassy. I would suggest applying for a new passport to ...


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Is it legal for a third party in general to stamp my passport? Your passport won't be stamped. Only the print out of your boarding pass, with a stamp that says "VISA VERIFIED" and a signature. Here's an example: Is this a one-time document check only? No, unfortunately you will have to go through the same procedure every time you fly. Just why ...


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For the Philippines, you need a passport that is valid at least 6 months after your intended stay, plus a round trip or onward airline ticket. They have no minimum financial requirement like Thailand, but do have the right to ask you about your means of support while in the country.


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I have flown for years using my 4 plus years expired ID and my passports. I do however have a current one which I usually leave at home. As long as you haven't drastically changed in appearance or attempted to change your appearance ie... fake mustache, beard, hair pieces, fake nose, altered chin structure, fake eye inserts, and anything else... then you ...


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All you need is a valid passport. Sometimes they require the passport to have a certain validity beyond your date of entry, but otherwise that is all.


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That would be at the discretion of the security screeners. They have methods of verifying your identity even if you have no ID at all (some people forget their wallet). If you have a passport, bring that. Otherwise I would expect an expired license will not prevent you from being boarded. As a matter of law, an expired license only affects your right to ...


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Most airlines have a bit about this on their site - for example, on RyanAir, for travel in the UK: Adults: Any photo ID which matches the passenger name in the booking. Infants and Children: Children under 16 years of age (travelling with an adult) on UK domestic flights can travel without photo identification. So no, they don't need ID to ...


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Your SSN remains valid and you should enter the same one - they probably just use it to cross-check your history. In fact, there are only a few circumstances in which you can apply to get a new number if you already have one.


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According to Timatic, which is THE authority used by airlines for determining passport, visa & health requirements for travelers, your National ID is an acceptable travel document. Timatic for Netherlands - Turkey Chances are the call center agent only looked at the general rules which state a passport is required, but the check in agent will be able to ...


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I did received boarding pass for spicejet from the transfer desk in Dubai without any issues. Thanks


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According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark, India is a party to the Apostille convention. You would therefore need to receive an apostille at the Indian Ministry of Foreign Affairs before submitting your documents.


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The 'Seaman's Book' provides a travel document that can be used instead of a passport in some cases. In order to be used as a passport, the situation must be appropriate (i.e., joining a vessel) and the book itself must contain all of the information that a passport would normally contain. But the big selling point of having a Seaman's Book, comes when it ...


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If you have a current valid visa you can enter using it. However, when your time on it has run out, you have two options to switch to the new visa: The first: simply leave for 24 hours and then re-enter using the new one. (Plan a quick trip to Canada, Mexico, or the Bahamas, depending on where you are). You can then re-enter using your new valid visa. ...


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Both of the items you mentioned can go in Part 9 of the form (Additional Information). For a best practices approach, you can use a template along these lines... Change of Circumstances (explain change of host here) (explain change of leave here) (explain other changes since your previous application here) You can also use a separate ...


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These are some notes that may be helpful to Schengen applicants. There is no absolute formula guaranteeing success; some applicants are successful submitting less and others require more. It's down to each applicant to use their best judgement and select the highest quality evidence they can get. Web Research If you are using the internet to research ...


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The following will be required: Visa Copy. Passport that's valid for 6 months past your stay in Dubai. Ticket (e-ticket or paper ticket). Once you arrive in Dubai, simply follow the line to the immigration counter and present your visa along with your passport.


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There is no template for this; you can go to the Embassy and the staff there can write this up for you (in Urdu, if you are not well versed). You can also submit it in, but you have to: Write it up on a piece of paper - address it to the Counselor [insert the Embassy's address] You need to sign it in front of an officer from the Embassy (otherwise its not ...


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Adrien's answer is spot on. Except for one thing. I just went to the embassy for visa application and they required me to have a return ticket. I am an Indian national. It may be different in my case. So I booked a ticket ticket from phone, went to lucky plaza to get a printout and joined the queue again. I got out in 20 minutes after that.


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An affidavit is a formal legal statement, taken under oath and witnessed by a legal official such as a Notary public. You can find more information here.


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I am not sure how universal the VAT argument is, as this process is applied at Dubai Airport as well (where this is no concept of VAT). At Dubai, they scan your boarding card for the following: To know your destination country; in case there are any customs restrictions on the goods you are buying. Usually done for spirits/alcohol/perfumery/tobacco ...


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It's to do with vat. All the stores charge you the full price as they would on the high street. You pay the vat. They claim it back. Big fiddle. You lose. They win. You can refuse to show your card though.


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Birth certificate can be used for immigration with parents. Bssed on gov.uk Travelling with children You may be asked at the border to prove the relationship between yourself and any children travelling with you, if you don’t seem to be the parent, eg if you have a different surname. You can prove this with: a birth or adoption certificate showing your ...



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