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Mar
7
comment Schengen visa granted; apply for a new one to extend visit?
In this case they were only granted 7 days total duration, but now want to stay 13-14 days so I'm not sure this is an answer to the actual question.
Mar
4
reviewed Approve Seattle to Vancouver - few days trip
Mar
4
reviewed Approve Booked a room 5 months ago, now hotel lowers the price, what can I do?
Mar
3
comment Passport number for train reservation in Spain
@CMaster The US does return the expired passport when you renew it.
Mar
1
comment Looking for a Golden Retriever or a Husky puppy in HCM City
(Facetiously) I'm trying to figure out why this is different than the Bollywood theatre question.
Feb
29
comment Applicable Excess Baggage charges
The second table applies and it does say per piece not per kg.
Feb
27
comment is 300 euros enough for a month in Portugal
The university accommodation is self-catering? this NZ study abroad site for Católica-Lisbon suggests 300 euros/month for expenses other than housing.
Feb
24
reviewed Approve Mobile apps as alternatives of paper boarding pass
Feb
24
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Feb
23
comment Do kids or infants count as a second person when using a US HOV or carpool lane?
I swear I'm not doing this just for the votes...!
Feb
23
revised Do kids or infants count as a second person when using a US HOV or carpool lane?
reworked to try to make it on-topic
Feb
23
comment Do kids or infants count as a second person when using a US HOV or carpool lane?
Admittedly, not worded as a "traveler" question, but it's something I might want to know if traveling across the US, or visiting from another country. If I edit to try to make it more on-topic, maybe we can reopen it? Or should it be migrated to law.SE?
Feb
23
reviewed Approve How does the US know if someone has overstayed?
Feb
23
answered Do kids or infants count as a second person when using a US HOV or carpool lane?
Feb
23
comment Do kids or infants count as a second person when using a US HOV or carpool lane?
California DOT says kids count as long as they're not still in the womb.
Feb
22
comment How much financial proof do I need to show for a Schengen visa for a 14-day trip to Italy?
That seems low to me, and that's one of the more confusing tables I've ever seen. What cost range of hostel or hotel are you staying in? If you say $100/night (which might be low), that's $1400 there, add on food, transportation, museum entry costs...
Feb
16
comment Railcard and Oyster card for traveling in London/England
I think you can't register a visitor Oyster card, while you can a blue one.
Feb
9
comment What is the correct “pay to the order of” to get a U.S.passport?
You have it right, "U.S. Department of State" according to this site.
Feb
9
revised ICA Refused entry to Singapore
grammar, spelling
Feb
9
comment ICA Refused entry to Singapore
I think you overstayed by a day as well (Nov: 25 days, Dec/Jan: 62 days, Feb: 4 days. Total: 91 days),