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Based on my experience, I see nothing at all in such a kit that would raise any objections in checked baggage. They might open it up and have a look but there's nothing dangerous there. Except the silicone sealant they're all inert parts and nothing is going to leak out. Only flammable adhesives (which silicone is not) are prohibited. Suggest leaving the ...


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If you were in Romania, you wouldn't have broken any laws. The Romanian law makes a clear difference between overtaking and passing. In Romania, you can overtake on the left lane only, but you can pass on all lanes. Overtaking (is the same as in US and all the countries of the EU): signal left, change lane, move in front. Passing (as being described by ...


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From the FAQ of Global Entry: http://www.cbp.gov/faqs/can-i-join-global-entry-if-i-am-not-us-citizen-or-us-lawful-permanent-resident Global Entry is also available to citizens of the Netherlands who are enrolled in FLUX and Korean Smart Entry Service members. Citizens of Germany, Panama, and Mexico may also apply for Global Entry. Canadian NEXUS members ...


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Let me explain TPM is ticketed point mileage which are the actual miles flown an a non-stop sector route from airport to airport in great circle distance. MPM is the maximum mileage permitted in fare calculation.MPMs are published in the IATA mileage once a year. This means that the TPMs must not exceed the MPM for a fare to apply with no surcharge. CUM ...


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No. Not legally. Passport retention is against the law in UAE. Your passport is usually the property of the government that issued it (as mentioned in the small print in your passport, which usually contains words to that effect), and each passport holder is responsible for its safekeeping. Source (I'm aware that the source's page title refers to ...


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ICAO Annex 9 chapter 5 covers removal. Entries 5.10 and 5.11: 5.10 When a person is found inadmissible and is returned to the aircraft operator for transport away from the territory of the State, the aircraft operator shall not be precluded from recovering from such person any transportation costs involved in his removal. 5.11 The aircraft operator ...


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Sure, you need to take a compulsory blood test to check for Hep C and HIV.


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Note that even Arab nationals entering from Turkey will need a "Kurdish ... well as a compulsory blood test to check for Hep C and HIV



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