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An expired residence permit certainly does not allow you to stay or travel in the Schengen area by itself. There aren't any systematic border checks so you would not generally meet any border guard at the border between Norway and Sweden or at the airport when flying back to Sweden. You might therefore easily get away with intra-Schengen travel without ...


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To enter into Canada you need http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/security-securite/admiss-eng.html If you are a citizen of the United States, you do not need a passport to enter Canada. However, you should carry proof of your citizenship, such as a birth certificate, certificate of citizenship or naturalization, as well as photo identification. (this ...


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I cannot provide a comprehensive answer or comparison between Schengen countries but I can add a few bits of relevant information: There are no firm rules at the EU level about that. Schengen countries honor each other's bans through a database called the SIS but they did not agree on the exact circumstances under which people should be banned. EU ...


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Canada would require proof of U.S. citizenship, which a birth certificate may or may not suffice. But U.S. law requires that U.S. citizens enter and exit the U.S. with a U.S. passport except as provided by the President. And what the President provides is what the CBP requires, documented here. Basically, a passport, passport card, Enhanced driver's ...


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If you want to make a quick trip I would recommend getting a Passport card and a NEXUS card / Global Entry card. Quoting the wikipedia article on NEXUS: NEXUS cardholders are generally screened more quickly at the border, however they are still subject to standard immigration and customs checks, and may be selected for secondary screening. ...


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I am a dual US-UK citizen. Before getting my UK citizenship, I have travelled to Europe extensively and visited UK a number of times - always without a visa. Same goes for Schengen countries, including Spain. If you need official citation though, here is the link to the UK government website that confirms that US citizens do not require a visa for ...


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US Citizens entering on a US passport don't generally require a visa for the Schengen area or the UK. In the UK, if they have been previously denied a visa, it is recommended to apply for one. Also the UK is not part of the Schengen area and Spain is. So the US citizen can enter Spain visa-free for 3 months and the UK visa-free for 6 months. My wife is a ...


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From my reading of Denmark's immigration rules, you can go to Denmark for an additional 90 days, even if you've already stayed 90-days in the Schengen zone (excluding Denmark or any of the other Nordic countries). This special provision applies only to citizens of certain countries (U.S. included). For details, see: ...


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A VOA for Vietnam requires that your visa request be pre-approved by the government before you travel. The "Approval Letter" is the document the government will issue once it has approved your request for a visa. To get a VOA it is easiest to ask the tour company you are traveling with to organize the VOA on your behalf. There are also some agencies in ...


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The limit you mentioned is only for the business visa on arrival for US citizens (and along with that many other countries). The business visa on arrival has quite a bit of regulations behind it. You may obtain a visa on arrival when traveling on business for a maximum stay of 30 days if you have a local sponsor who will obtain an approval from the ...



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