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As other answers already explained, it does not mean you have to wait before travelling but that your passport must still be valid for some time when you return. So what you need to worry about is not the beginning but the end of your passport's period of validity. Additionally, while your quote doesn't explain it clearly, those rules typically apply only ...


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If you received your brand new passport and its validity starts today, you can travel today. If your passport is valid for ten years, then some countries require a passport that remains valid for further six months after entering. So in nine years, six months, and one day from now, some countries might not allow you to enter with your passport that becomes ...


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It's already been explained in several comments but since it seems no other answer is forthcoming, I will repeat it here: There is no reason to expect any difficulties. Plan some time to cross the border and don't take anything that might create issues with customs like weapons, drugs, large quantities of alcohol, etc. (but those could be equally ...


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No. It means that the passport should be valid for at least 6 months when you enter the country. But usually the rule is that on the day you leave the country you passport should be valid for at least another 6 months. http://passportsonline.org/six-months-passport-validity-rule/


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I found this document online which I think would answer your question. Click the hyper link to direct you to the exact document. What is required to re-enter the U.S.? All U.S. citizens, including children, must present a passport or other approved travel document when entering the U.S. by air. U.S. citizens can present a passport, a NEXUS card at ...


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(disclaimer, I've just heard about them recently, and never used them as I prefer discover by myself) I would look at "greeters" : http://www.globalgreeternetwork.info/ Here is the France greeters' map: http://www.greeters.fr/?page_id=878&lang=en Max.


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All the rules regarding non-EU licences are still defined country-by-country. The main piece of EU legislation regarding driving licences is directive 2006/126/EC and it says absolutely nothing on equivalence or recognition of non-EU licences. In the case of France, the relevant rules are defined in Arrêté du 12 janvier 2012 fixant les conditions de ...


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http://vosdroits.service-public.fr/particuliers/F1459.xhtml#N1008E According to this official site, for visitors staying 90 days or less, there is no requirement for the licensing jurisdiction to be the place where the driver resides. That may be an oversight, but still, if there's no such rule, it should be fine. You might want to double check with the ...


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Live 15 min from that border. There will be to lines. EU/EEA/CH and All other. If you have EU/EEA/CH passport you have to get in the EU/EEA/CH line. You will need to show your passport of EU ID card. You will not be questioned, only your document will be checked if it is genuine. If you dont have EU/EEA/CH passport take "All others" and you will have to stop ...


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I'm not convinced there is a general rule for this that could be applied across all EU members, as different member countries have different rules and exemptions. The EU is not a collection of states in the same way that the US is. In your specific case I don't think she would be allowed to use her American license. From the French Licensing Guidelines if ...


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depends, usually they do not ask you for one if it has your picture if you are travel withing México, because they have no way to prove you are mexican, so as long it has your picture, you can travel with it without problem


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I have flown many times to Schiphol and using a Dutch passport I get out of the place in 30 to 45 minutes. The time you spend extra waiting at passport control is time you wait less for your luggage. Most of the time the line for 'all passports' is rather short but slow going. From the exit of the secure area (the green channel) to the train should not be ...


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I have been there several times. Its quite simple to reach the train since its on the underground floor of the airport. You will find the escalators on the ground floor and it will transfer you to the trains. I would say it will take approximately 20 min. May be less if you are lucky :)


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Difficult to predict exactly but it sounds fine. I have done it much quicker but I know the airport and my experience is mostly based on short-haul flights with no hold luggage. However, I always have the feeling planes taxi forever at Schiphol so even if your flight is on time and you actually land at 08.45, there will be some delay before you enter the ...



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