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Australia has a kind of quasi-visa very much like the US own ESTA, called Electronic Travel Authority. US citizens have to apply online in advance and pay a fee if they want to enter the country, even for a short visit. But if you are only transiting through an Australian airport, don't need to leave the transit lounge and will leave within 8 hours of ...


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If the cruise is a closed-loop cruise (i.e., it departs and returns to the same port in the US), then you don't necessarily need a passport: U.S. Citizens on closed-loop cruises will be able to enter or depart the country on the cruise with proof of citizenship, such as an original or copy of his or her birth certificate (issued by the Vital Records ...


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The UK has specifics in its immigration rules regarding when people with criminal convictions must be refused entry: V 3.4 An application (except for an application for an extension of stay as a visitor) will be refused if the applicant has been convicted of a criminal offence for which they have been sentenced to a period of imprisonment of: (a) at ...


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I'm primarily concerned with whether or not there are communications between the relevant agencies in the US and the UK The controlling reference for this is a treaty between the US and UK which was drafted in 2013 and entered into force last year (2014) which says in part... CONSIDERING that the effective administration and enforcement of the ...



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