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comment Can i go back in USA if i entered at the age of 14 years old but overstaid my visa and left at 19 years old?
@user102008 -- I think we have different definition of the word "really".
Jan
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comment Can i go back in USA if i entered at the age of 14 years old but overstaid my visa and left at 19 years old?
Do the authorities know you overstayed?
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revised How to travel with a minor when you're not their parent?
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answered Visiting India - what amount of cash is recommended, and in which currency?
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comment What is the official website of the Vietnam embassy in Canada?
Are you sure you need the embassy? It is possible to get a visa-preapproval letter without dealing with the Vietnamese government directly.
Jan
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answered How to travel with a minor when you're not their parent?
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answered Maximum withdrawal from an ATM in the USA
Dec
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comment Why does US Customs & Immigration ask the purpose of my trip when I'm returning home?
I think the criticism of the book was based on a reasonable, but unintended interpretation of the titles. It was not "Three times a day you commit a felony that a policeman would arrest you for a court would convict" -- it was "Three times a day, you do something that a zealous prosecutor who was already looking to fuck you up could get you indicted for and that indictment would survive a preliminary hearing." I once brought a letter-opener home from Burma and discovered 10 years later I was technically guilty of arms smuggling!
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answered H1B visa travel to Mexico on expired visa stamp
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answered Can I skip the first of a set of connecting flights?
Nov
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comment Legality of Driving a Motorcyle in Vietnam as a Foreigner
I checked the Blue Shield travel insurance site and they said most medical insurance is limited overseas, then my own medical insurance, Anthem Blue Cross (the largest insurer in the US) said yes, they do cover emergency treatment (but not evac) world-wide, subject to certain (reasonable) conditions. The Blue Shield contract (linked) specifically excluded felonies. "Felony" is not rigidly defined but the US government regards anything punishable by a year or more in jail as a felony. No paperwork violation (driving without a license, overstaying your visa) would count. Drugs probably would.
Nov
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comment Legality of Driving a Motorcyle in Vietnam as a Foreigner
Your medical insurance will cover you regardless of how you were injured, but probably won't cover you for treatment in a foreign country. Your travel insurance won't cover you if you are injured during the commission of a felony, but driving without a license is not a felony. (See here for a sample plan -- VI.13 is the relevant section.)
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revised Any tips for street parking in San Francisco?
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comment Legality of Driving a Motorcyle in Vietnam as a Foreigner
I've ridden all over Vietnam. I rode in Hanoi and Danang in the last month. Cops wave at me.
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