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Nov
26
comment Fastest way to get from Frankfurt to Karlsruhe
@DanieleB: Are you really landing exactly 21:00 or are you coming with the Lufthansa flight, which lands 20:45? Are you going to have checked luggage? If you really land 21:00 and have checked luggage, it might be difficult to catch the 21:53 train. There are however trains from the airport to Karlsruhe 23:17 and 00:28 as well.
Nov
25
comment How the US verifies person's citizeship given that US passports are optional?
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about national citizenship law (how to prove citizenship).
Nov
25
comment First time to Europe, can I transfer in Germany to Copenhagen with a Denmark type D visa?
@Relaxed: You are right about that.
Nov
25
comment First time to Europe, can I transfer in Germany to Copenhagen with a Denmark type D visa?
Why is the citizenship relevant? If he needs a visa for Denmark, he would also need a full Schengen visa for Germany to transfer or transit from an extra- to an intra-schengen flight independent of his citizenship.
Nov
25
revised First time to Europe, can I transfer in Germany to Copenhagen with a Denmark type D visa?
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Nov
24
answered First time to Europe, can I transfer in Germany to Copenhagen with a Denmark type D visa?
Nov
24
answered Can I skip the last leg of my domestic return flight?
Nov
23
comment When travelling do I have to keep the passport with me all the time?
Even if it's often claimed, in Germany, it is neither required for citizens nor for foreigners to carry a passport or id card. All persons (both nationals as well as foreigners) must be in the possession of id documents, but are not required to carry them at all times.
Nov
23
comment When travelling do I have to keep the passport with me all the time?
@neo Recognizing foreign id cards is not limited to the EU. It is not that uncommon that national id cards from neighbouring countries are recognized. If not as a travel document for border crossings, then at least for domestic identification purposes.
Nov
23
comment How should you drive on rush-hour lanes (“Spitsstrook”) in the Netherlands if they are open?
@andra: Why should I refrain to answer with relevant background information? Dealing with conflicting information or signage is such a basic problem in traffic, that it would have surprised me a lot if the Netherlands didn't follow the same rules as applied in most other contries.
Nov
22
answered How should you drive on rush-hour lanes (“Spitsstrook”) in the Netherlands if they are open?
Nov
21
comment How can I see currency exchange rates?
Knowing the interbank rates (as found e.g. on xe.com) is very useful to determine if an exchange office is trying to rip you off (as they often do) or operate with reasonable provisions.
Nov
20
comment Cancelled uk visa at the point of entry (with Removal form IS82C)
@SamOla: Can you, as I asked you in a comment to your question, post the entire text of the refusal? I don't necessarily agree with Gayot's interpretation of your situation, but you do not nearly provide the amount of detail necessary to give you better advice.
Nov
20
comment Cancelled uk visa at the point of entry (with Removal form IS82C)
Sorry, but I am usually not open for a chat in any arbritary 1-hour-window in the middle of the night. And I don't see why it should be necessary to discuss anything in the chat. An explanation why the usage of an IS 82C form indicates aggravating circumstances should easily fit in a single answer. The back and forth we are doing here in the comments is completely unnecessary.
Nov
20
comment Cancelled uk visa at the point of entry (with Removal form IS82C)
And because I wanted to know what the form is used for (there are several examples found online, none of them especially aggravating, but no formal definition I could find) I asked you, since you make the impression to know it. Since you are repeatedly avoiding to answer my question, I am not sure anymore if that impression is correct.
Nov
19
comment Cancelled uk visa at the point of entry (with Removal form IS82C)
Can you post the complete text of the refusal decision?
Nov
19
comment Cancelled uk visa at the point of entry (with Removal form IS82C)
@GayotFow: I was just asking you to clarify your claims in the now deleted comments. If you know what you are talking about, why can't you just explain what's so aggravating with form IS 82C that you felt it right to accuse the OP the way you did? Referring to the 1200 pages long Enforcement Manual is not very helpful.
Nov
19
comment Cancelled uk visa at the point of entry (with Removal form IS82C)
In the case, the refusal itself was found unjustified. It is not a topic on which form it was served.
Nov
19
comment Cancelled uk visa at the point of entry (with Removal form IS82C)
@GayotFow: It would have been more helpful if you answered my question about what is so aggravating about an IS 82C refusal. The other cases I find with the usage of this form are not obviously more severe than the case I'm linking to.
Nov
19
comment Cancelled uk visa at the point of entry (with Removal form IS82C)
What is so aggravating with form IS 82C? I can't find any formal description of the exact usage of the different refusal forms, but in this recent case, a student was refused leave to enter on form IS 82C because the attended college had lost its sponsoring licence in the meantime. Hardly a circumstance, for which the immigration officers had a reason to be REALLY ANGRY with the student: tribunalsdecisions.service.gov.uk/utiac/ia-07383-2013