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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
Nov
19
comment How can I return to England as a British citizen with a Philippine passport?
I don't know why, but I also understood the original question as if the OP had both passports. If that's not the case, my comments don't make much sense. I deleted most of them.
Nov
18
comment How can I return to England as a British citizen with a Philippine passport?
I am completely confused. Why did Kate Gregory edit the title and add that the OP is a holder of a UK passport? Was there something in the original question or in the text indicating that?
Nov
18
comment How can I return to England as a British citizen with a Philippine passport?
@GayotFow You are linking to a 14 page document. What exactly do you mean?
Nov
18
comment How can I return to England as a British citizen with a Philippine passport?
For what purpose? Even if it's allowed, you would need a visa in your Philippine passport to be allowed to enter the UK and I doubt that the UK would issue a visa to their own citizens, just so that you can use a foreign passport to enter.
Nov
18
revised Name on RyanAir ticket abbreviated in passport
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Nov
18
answered Name on RyanAir ticket abbreviated in passport
Nov
18
comment Name on RyanAir ticket abbreviated in passport
Your question is inconsistent. Is the problem that the middle name is abbreviated in the passport (quoted from the text) or is the problem that the last name is missing on the ticket (as according to the example)?
Nov
17
comment UK General visitor visa refusal!
Repeating the question you asked five days ago won't make it easier to answer it.
Nov
14
comment Traveling from Paris to Dusseldorf
@JoErNanO: Indeed, but very expensive. The regular price for a ticket with the Thalys from Paris to Düsseldorf seem to be 177€ and on such a short notice, there seem not to be any saver fares available for next Monday. You can still get cheaper plane tickets from Rome to Düsseldorf.
Nov
14
comment Traveling from Paris to Dusseldorf
Are you flying to Beauvais and have been fooled by Ryanair to think that you are flying to Paris? If you want to go from Beauvais to Düsseldorf, it may actually be a substantial detour to go via Paris.
Nov
13
comment Train from Belgrade to Bucharest
Both the Serbian and Romanian railways offer online departure and arrival tables one month in advance. If the new train starts on December 14th, it should show up in a couple of days.
Nov
13
comment Train from Belgrade to Bucharest
@MH: Budapest is a substantial detour and the fastest connection via Budapest is about 24 hours. That is incredibly slow for the 600km from Belgrade to Bucharest, even for East European conditions.
Nov
12
comment If I leave through Hyder, will Canada know I've left?
@user102008: I can't find the relevant law, but ignoring exceptions like the internal Schengen borders and in some circumstances rural areas, it is common in most countries, that land border may only be crossed at designated ports of entry. According to the Wikipedia article on "Port of entry", this is since 9/11 also the case for US citizens entering the USA. Before 9/11 US citizens were allowed to enter the US anywhere, as long as they immediately reported to the nearest customs and immigration office.
Nov
12
comment If I've visited Crimea, what country do I list on my customs declaration form?
I've been to many countries without having my passport stamped. Lack of a passport stamp is no kind of proof that you haven't been there.
Nov
9
comment How can I properly use a step-down transformer with 220V/240V options on a 230V line (Australia)?
If merely overloading an electrical appliance would cause fire or electrocution hazard, it would not have been allowed for sale in most sane jurisdictions.
Nov
7
comment If I leave through Hyder, will Canada know I've left?
@DavidRicherby: Even if the US won't deport their own citizens, it is probably still illegal for US citizens to enter the US anywhere except designated border crossings. If I understand it correctly, the only way to get from Hyder to somewhere else in the US is the twice a week plane to Ketchikan and according to Wikipedia, the flights are treated as international flights and you have to go through customs and immigration in Ketchikan when arriving from Hyder.
Nov
7
comment Personal import of precooked bacon into Germany from USA
@pnuts: FWIW, I think I've never seen precooked bacon in Germany.