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You can generally enter the UK with only your US passport, without a visa. It does not matter what country you are traveling from. The important factor is your citizenship. For certain purposes, however, US citizens do require a visa to enter the UK, for example, for study or employment, so it's not possible to answer your question fully without knowing ...


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No. You will need to go through passport control in Paris and enter the Schengen zone, collect your bags, and re-check them in at the EasyJet counter, and exit the Schengen zone again. EasyJet does not have luggage interline agreements with other airlines and will not accept interline baggage from them, even if they are so tagged. EasyJet also enforces ...


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If you violate your transit visa conditions you may be arrested, fined, deported removed back to your country of residence (at your expense) and your future entry to the UK (even on transit) declined. Probably no one will notice, but it is possible. Your passport will be stamped at Heathrow. Unless you bought a very expensive airline ticket allowing you to ...


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You need to apply for a visa in advance as Pakistan is not on the list of countries eligible for a visa on arrival. Four hours will not give you much time, as you'll have to pass through immigration and security. If your father does not live close to the airport, you might to arrange to meet him at the airport.


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Yes, you will need a visa if you get off the boat. There are different cases though, and the UK government offers some questionnaire to help you. You do not get off the boat If you do not get off the boat, or to be precise if you do not cross the UK border control, then you do not need a visa, according to the UK government website. You get off the boat, ...


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No, you are not allowed to get airside in the other terminals without a same day boarding pass departing from the terminal in question. Even if you do successfully get into the other terminals (actually it is possible to get access to Terminals 2,3 and 4 without a boarding pass but only if you really know your way around Heathrow), the lounge staff are ...


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No. The only way to get from one terminal to another is to exit the terminal and take the air train or a shuttle bus. A possible exception to this is for Delta, which operates in Terminals 2 and 4. They apparently have a bus that connects the airside areas of these terminals. See the map here: ...


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Picking up and rechecking luggage will require going through Immigration to enter and leave Oman, so... Yes, you will need a double-entry transit visa. Since you need to pick up and check in luggage, this is not just a transfer. As a rule, no: since your flights are separate, neither Turkish nor Air India is obliged to help you. Two potential solutions: ...


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There is a free shuttle bus between the two terminals. In addition, there are golf carts standing by at some cost. Details can be found on the Vietnam airports website, which says: Passengers can use shuttle bus (free of charge for transit passengers) to transport between T1 and T2 terminal. Time of operation: From 06h00 to 24h00 (local time); ...


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The South Africa High Commission website states that you only need a transit visa through SA if you do not go through a port of entry (such as a land border). An airport is a port of entry. Thus, you should not need a transit visa to transfer in the airport, and you should not have to go through immigration. Passport holders who want to transit a South ...


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You will need a Visitor in Transit Visa to leave the airport since you are not from the EU or Switzerland. As @Hilmar mentioned in his answer, the Heathrow Express is by far your best option for quickly getting into London, and then back to the airport again.


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I don't know about the documents. By far the quickest way to get to town is the Heathrow Express https://www.heathrowexpress.com/. Leaves at Terminal 1/2/3, 4, and 5 goes non-stop to Paddington station. You can plan journey on public transport here http://www.tfl.gov.uk/plan-a-journey/ . Trip from airport to most places in central London will be about an ...


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I did not really get why you wanted to do that (I suppose you want to visit London on a transit visa), but to answer your question, most flight search websites have the multi-city search feature (you search for X-London and London-Singapore) or sometimes you can pick your transit location. On the web: Momondo lets you search for your pair ...


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You do not need a visa for a "layover" at London Heathrow. [A "stopover" in an international context lasts for more than twenty four hours.] You may certainly make an airside transit, and as I remember the timing of flights from SFO to SOF at LHR will give you time to do this. If you entered the USA within the last six months on the visa in question, you ...


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According to http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/visit/visas.asp, Vietnamese citizens need a visa and a biometric passport to transit in Canada:


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You will not be able to collect your bags, as there is no airside baggage claim in Oman. At some airports (like Dubai), there is a (premium - ie, paid) service for transit passengers that allows staff to collect bags and re-check them in for the next flight - but this depends entirely on the airlines involved as some do not allow this. At Muscat ...


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The Irish Naturalisation and Immigration Service's page on biometric visas will give you more information on them. It states You may be required to provide your biometric information as part of the visa application process. ... For the purposes of the visa application process it refers to the capture of your fingerprints and, in some cases, a ...


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Google Flights has functionality where you can filter connecting city. When filtering it will still show you direct flights between your two cities as well as those with a connection in the selected city. To maximize your time in London, you may want to use a multi-city search with arrival and depature in London on the same day or across two days. I'd try ...


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In case of those transiting Switzerland without leaving the airport international transfer zone, here are the countries that do require for its citizens to have airport transit visas: https://www.bfm.admin.ch/dam/data/bfm/rechtsgrundlagen/weisungen/visa/vhb/vhb1-anh07a-d.pdf This list is from Switzerland's FDFA -- the website of the Swiss Federal Office for ...


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According to http://www.uae-embassy.org/visas-passports/non-us-citizens: 3- Transit Visa ( 96 hours ) The Embassy does not issue Transit Visa, You should contact the airline company that will fly you to the UAE and enquire from them about the possibility of traveling to the UAE without prior visa. This is from a section that applies to citizens of ...


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You'll get a better answer calling your airline. Does the flight UK > Dublin > US have simply a scale in Dublin or do you have to land there? Normally if it's just transfer you don't have to pick up your luggage. But if you do, then you have to enter the border control and therefore you need the visa. Just ask them this, they are the ones who will be able to ...


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When you check in at the airport, which may be staffed by contractors not fully versed in EgyptAir policies, the check in agent will see the following information: Information as of 11MAY15 / 1315 UTC National India (IN) /Embarkation India (IN) Transit Egypt (EG) /Destination Canada (CA) ALSO CHECK DESTINATION INFORMATION BELOW ...



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