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I tried checking the website for Frankfurt's airport but all it says is: In most cases, your bags will be forwarded to your final destination. Please inquire when checking in to make sure this is the case, while mentioning that you are only changing planes in Frankfurt. A sufficient number of luggage carts are available in both terminals. Generally ...


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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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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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Assuming you are now in England, traveling back there reset your 90 days. Is your ESTA still valid? If so, come on back. You should be able to travel back to the US under the VWP, with your ESTA, and stay for up to 90 days. You might also want to double check that your I-94 record was updated correctly. You should be able to check it at the US Customs and ...


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From USCarHire.com: The new style UK driving licence consists of two parts - a photo card and a paper licence. The licence is not complete without BOTH parts. You are advised to take both parts when collecting your vehicle as you may be asked for them both. Often the rental company will only ask to see the photo part, so in most cases you ...


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They will ask you: why do you want to visit the US? do you own property in your home country? do you have a job and family in your home country? how will you pay for your visit? (will you take your own funds to the U.S.) These questions are designed to ascertain how much incentive you have to return to your home country versus how much incentive you may ...


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Whether you are allowed to drive it without taking a test depends on the weight of the van you will be driving. If it's classed as a heavy vehicle then you will need to complete a theory and practical test. If it is classed as a light vehicle then you can drive on your UK licence for 3 months after which you must change your licence to an Australian licence. ...


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Yes, you should be fine. Light/small delivery vans are considered the same class of vehicles as cars (e.g. SA, Vic) and you're generally allowed to drive on an English-language overseas driving license in Australia (check the individual states rules if you're concerned).



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