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Argentina commonly uses dual plugs that fit European and Australian/Chinese plugs. Make sure that you have the Aussie plugs though as not all are dual plugs.
If each corresponding country has a travel agreement with one another, then stamps are unnecessary. With that said, however, it does not mean you cannot get them. I travel to Ireland at least once a year on an Irish passport from the UK, and for the past two/three years, each time I ask for a stamp. I'm always met with either surprise or confusion from the ...
While the immigration official can look your residence permit data, I'm not sure if this applies to your situation for the card was returned (if I understand correctly) and you've been out of the country for longer than 6 months anyways. And even then, the airline most likely won't let you board without visa or residence permit on hand. If you want to make ...
The customs official can look you up on the system and verify that you are a residence permit holder. He will not turn you back when you go back to Switzerland. Worst thing that can happen is that he asks you to step into an office while they check the status of your permit, specially if you have a rather common name and/or your passport number changed since ...
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