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Don't worry! Full middle names are never required on flight tickets, and even the initials are usually not needed. As long as the rest of the name and the initials match the passport, she will be fine.
I'm not sure that 1 month is counted as a layover. But you don't need to get a visa, provided you are travelling on your US passport. The only thing they may ask you for is proof that you have booked flights leaving the country, but you are covered there. According to the Japanese Embassy in the US A visa is NOT necessary for US passport holders ...
According to the IATA travel centre the duty free alcohol import limits are 2 bottles of maximum 1 litre each. Quoting from the linked website: Customs Rules Import regulations:: Free import: all passengers (18 years of age and over) (duty free allowance only once per year per passenger): a. 400 cigarettes or 50 cigars or 250 ...
I found this document online which I think would answer your question. Click the hyper link to direct you to the exact document. What is required to re-enter the U.S.? All U.S. citizens, including children, must present a passport or other approved travel document when entering the U.S. by air. U.S. citizens can present a passport, a NEXUS card at ...
I have the same issue when I travel as my name is extremely long as well. I've had them cut my name off, combine the names into one, and do all sorts of other things. But I have never had problems. I am sure the name is accurately documented somewhere in the system, it's just a space issue on any printed confirmation.
Yes of course. Many people carry two cellphones all the time, one for work and one for personal purposes. Since you intend to leave the cellphones behind in Philippines, customs fees or import taxes may apply on arrival.
After my research, you are able to take these 2 cellphones in your carry-on luggage, if they are in airplane mode because its restricted to have cellphone which is at (turn-on) profile with you but you also carry these things in your equipment which is in Separate part of plane........
You might want to checkout the Wedding Ceremony Sequence on this link and it will give you an idea or an overview on how a traditional Catholic wedding ceremony is done in the Philippines. For dress code, since you are already in the Philippines, try wearing their national dress for males which they call, the Barong Tagalog.
Here are Airport guidelines that I found in the internet regarding what to bring and what not to bring when checking-in. Customs and Airport Guidelines NEW RULES FOR TAKING LIQUIDS, AEROSOLS AND GELS THROUGH SECURITY ONTO INTERNATIONAL AND DOMESTIC FLIGHTS Are your liquids, aerosols and gels 100ml or less? Liquids, aerosols and gels include items such as ...
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