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There are indeed a few 'holes' in the external Schengen border, not only at the Spanish/Gibraltar border, but also: At the border of the European 'micro-states' Andorra, Monaco, San Marino and Vatican City, where the micro-states are not part of the Schengen area, but there is still no permanent immigration control at the borders. For most practical ...


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Unless there are emergency-related circumstances, you cannot extend a visa-free stay in Schengen. Do visit the Comisaría General de Extranjería though and explain your situation, it doesn't hurt to try.


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You can stay for exactly 180 days, inclusive of the day of arrival. This means you need to leave by 23:59 on October 8th, 2016. In theory, you can leave and immediately come back, but you'd have to prove you're not trying to live in Panama on a tourist visa. Source: Timatic.


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Passports are reported lost and stolen every day, so you would imagine that online passport validity verification is performed as a matter of course. According to this article from 2014, this may not in fact be happening: The international police organisation, Interpol, says its stolen and lost travel documents database is used on a routine basis by ...


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There are really two parts to this: Is your passport still valid? - It has not expired, but it has been suspended. This suspension is requested from the HHS to the US State Department. A suspended passport is no longer a valid travel document. Does it say why its suspended? - No real way to know this. Definitely the airlines don't know this. If your ...


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It seems clearly that any person without a passport will be denied to board the plane. HOWEVER, IF A PERSON applies to the us embassy for a temporary pass, then he or she will have no issue. This is just common sense and without reading any law, but emergencies happen and so many considerations may be taken by immigration Agents or airports to facilitate in ...


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There's a lot of confusion in your post. I'll try to answer, but if you could provide more information, we could help you better. First, if you were born in the United States, and you didn't renounce your US citizenship, you are a US citizen (if you were the child of a foreign diplomat serving in the US at the time, you might not be a US citizen by birth, ...


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Processing time for routine applications are "approximately six weeks" according to the website of the U.S. Department of State: As of Monday, June 20, 2016, we are processing routine applications in approximately 6 weeks from the time of application. This is up from 4 weeks in 2015. In your case the time from 11 February to sometime in the beginning ...


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Legally speaking, no, you can't. The Republic of Cyprus's (ROC) position on this is clear: the Turkish occupation of the northern half of the island is illegal, and they do not recognize the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus's (TRNC) authority. Therefore, if you enter Cyprus via the TRNC, you are an illegal immigrant as far as the ROC is concerned and ...


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As a holder of a non-EEA licence, you do not need an IDP if and only if your license is in English, German or French. Meaning, you will not need one.


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The short answer in your case is, no you don't need one Unlike some countries Sweden doesn't require you to have an IDP before you can drive there, however you do need a valid license to drive and in case yours had been in a language other than English (see Requirements section) you'd need to have an IDP, which is just a translation of your national driving ...


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The train stops at the Niagara Falls NY train station, and everyone is inspected there. Your NEXUS card works as a passport card so you don't need to carry your passport, but it won't save any time.


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It is totally fine for you to stay in the UK past the 6 months on your US passport, since you have citizenship/right of abode. However, if you leave the UK, and return again using your US passport, you will face questioning based on the assumption that you have previously overstayed. This can be cleared up by showing your UK passport/anything else official ...



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