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It all depends on what was required when the ticket was purchased. Based on experience with US based carriers and a couple of Canadian regional carriers, secondary IDs such as passport number, DOB, etc are never required at the time of purchase, but are only required prior to departure. As such there would be no "incriminating" proof that the Elizabeth ...


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There are two ways for Saudis to travel legally to Thailand: First Way Get a paper from "Chamber of Commerce" indicating that you have business in Thailand. keep it with you until the renewal, and it's easy to get. Conditions: You should have Establishment(Commercial Register), now you can have Establishment without Location, or you can use your ...


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If a travel agent or someone in an allied industry needs a copy of your passport, you can always send an image with redacted information. This is an example from the Home Office site... As can be seen, information which is exempt is blotted out (blue rectangles). It shows, yes, you are a British citizen; yes, you have a current passport, and yes, it was ...


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Date and place of birth are commonly used for this purpose in other contexts (although even that is not always enough) but it comes down to what the airline in question required. Very often, nothing else than the name and credit card number are required (and can therefore ultimately be matched with the booking). Even the nationality is not always required. ...


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The most relevant documentation regarding this situation is the following vague statement in Ryanair's terms and conditions: 6.6 You must produce valid travel documentation matching the details on your Boarding Pass for all flights ... So the question is what Ryanair considers "valid travel documentation" and if the name in the travel document matches ...


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Your entry clearance was cancelled and you were issued with air-side removal papers. That was for deception. What happened during your landing interview is not clear from the information you provided, but presumably some especially aggravating (and no doubt serious) factor made them decide to issue a mandatory ban right then and there. Short of a ...


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Paragraph 12 of the Immigration Rules says... A person claiming to be a British citizen must prove that he has the right of abode in the United Kingdom by producing either: (i) a United Kingdom passport describing him as a British citizen or as a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies having the right of abode in the United Kingdom; or (ii) a ...


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You don't state your nationality, but I was looking through the Foreign Travel Advice section of gov.uk and found two examples: The Equatorial Guinea page states: Be alert and take sensible personal security precautions. Roadblocks and unannounced identification checks are likely. Carry an appropriate form of identification (passport or residence ...


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There is no way to know for certain until it happens and the Canadian government decides to update requirements, however, for an educated guess only: Since citizens of Lithuania and Poland who have obtained a biometric passport (e-passport) are allowed to visit Canada visa-free, it stands to reason that, eventually, Canada may extend the same courtesy to ...


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If you have a Passport Card, you can use this for land crossings to Canada while your passport book is being renewed. If you don't have a passport card, you can apply for one by mail.


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You can enter Canada with just your US birth certificate, BUT you can not come back to the USA without your passport. So in an emergency you could travel north to be with family, but once there you would have to wait until your new passport is sent and then forwarded to you by someone who has access to your mail. If you live in Washington, Michigan, New ...


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A NEXUS membership card may be used as an alternative to a passport when entering the United States: by air when used at kiosks at designated airports; and at all land and marine ports of entry. From: http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/prog/nexus/about-sujet-eng.html However it would seem advisable in some cases to carry your passport with your ...


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Ukraine is not on the list of countries and effective dates and “If you submit your application in person at a visa application centre (VAC) that offers biometric services before the date the requirement takes effect for your country, you will not have to pay the biometric fee and you can get VAC application services at no cost.”. This may suggest that ...


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Assumptions For the purpose of this questions I am assuming that we are talking about a traveller who is legally allowed to be in the country at hand, and therefore is more than willing to cooperate with the officers performing the ID check. ID in Italy Italy is a country which issues national identity cards, very much like France and Netherlands. ...


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It depends on the law of the countries and the specifics of the situation. Personally, I only know one country where carrying ID at all times is mandatory and failing to have one on your person can result in a fine (it's the Netherlands) but there are certainly others. Wikipedia has a overview of the requirements in many countries. It's mostly about the ...


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Google brought this up immediately and Wikipedia has a section on it here. They call it "ECR (Emigration Check Required) or ECNR (Emigration Check Not Required)." The category for an ECNR that appears to apply for you is "holder of a matriculation certificate."


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It's not forbidden to use another passport but in practice the main problem you will face is that Philippines citizens need a visa to visit the UK. Without a UK visa or a passport to establish your British citizenship, you would most likely be denied boarding in the Philippines and would not even get the chance to explain your situation at the UK border.


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No, it won't be a problem. This is a common enough situation that visa processing officers will have seen it before, just enter your names exactly as they're listed in the passport. See also: In which countries are the visitor's first name and last name compulsory?


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Brilliantly, they're not clear on the embassy website for Aussies in Canada. However, after some searching it comes down to two options. The express service - priority processing fee applies, means that your urgent/emergency application can be processed and ready for collection or dispatch within 48 hours. The standard service - where it goes via mail ...


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Assuming you travel with both passports, you should be fine. A name change is a fairly common event for people, particularly after marriage. Immigration will have dealt with it before. However, you will still need to present the visa. Again this is a common enough activity, and presenting the old passport with visa, and the new passport as a valid ID, ...


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Another reason to keep all your old passports. Well if your applying for a PR in another country eg: Australia, one of the questions they ask is "Have any of the applicants visited any countries for less than 12 months in the past 10 years?". You have to document all the countries you visited in the last 10 years and provide dates!!.


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We do not travel. We can not. like myself stateless persons have no legal identity, so it has become almost imposable since 9-11 for us to get through all the paperwork and list of requirements needed for any travel document. Many stateless persons can not travel within the borders of the country they call home because they lack "official" documentation, we ...



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