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Jun
28
asked Are international transfer zones typical around the world?
Jun
28
comment Leaving airport international zone for a moment
@JoelFan: only 15 minutes, as long as you go in correct direction. Which is not always the case ;-)
Jun
26
comment If, like Edward Snowden, your passport was revoked/cancelled, how can you travel?
@JeanHominal: traveling under false name would be a crime anywhere in the world. Leaking information from NSA is a crime only in USA.
Jun
25
answered If, like Edward Snowden, your passport was revoked/cancelled, how can you travel?
Jun
21
comment Which other Schengen countries should I visit from Munich such that the cost is minimal?
"Schengen" in the question is superfluous, as there are no non-Schengen countries nearby.
Jun
21
comment Do I need an airport transit visa through Switzerland if I have a Schengen visa?
@momo17: No, you don't have to enter Spain first. You can enter Schengen zone at any place. That question has been answered on this site numerous time already.
Jun
20
comment Do I need an airport transit visa through Switzerland if I have a Schengen visa?
@Karlson: you're right.
Jun
20
answered Do I need an airport transit visa through Switzerland if I have a Schengen visa?
Jun
20
comment Do I need an airport transit visa through Switzerland if I have a Schengen visa?
@Karlson: actually not, this one is way more clear cut
Jun
20
comment How unsafe is it to leave an expensive laptop at a rented apartment or a cheap hotel room? Which precautions should I take?
@exizt: this video is really on how not to lock your laptop. :-P Unless the table is permanently attached to the floor, one could just take laptop, put it under the table, getting slack on the loop and take the loop off the table foot.
Jun
19
comment Where can I get a student ID in Poland (Wroclaw) using my American Student ID?
Railways are major PITA. I've had problem when bought tickets for my family. Cashier asked how old my son is (10 at the time) and gave me what I thought was the correct ticket. But then in the train the conductor said it's not valid, because he's not attending Polish school. I had to pay a fine. Apparently there are two kinds of discounts, one base on age (33% IIRC), other based on attending school (50%).
Jun
19
revised Where can I go looking for amber in Gdańsk, Poland?
proper spelling of Gdańsk
Jun
17
comment Are there limited term identification cards in the UK?
@Annoyed: I was under impression that these were somehow related, and IDs for non-EU families of EU members were one of the pilots for general ID programme. Are residency cards still issued?
Jun
13
answered Are there limited term identification cards in the UK?
Jun
13
comment Does condition 8115 mean you can't check your work email?
@badp: In that case you should mention in the question, that they've got business visas, not tourist ones.
Jun
13
comment Does condition 8115 mean you can't check your work email?
@HaLaBi: also seems that working remotely full-time for employer outside of Australia would be illegal too: "An applicant who wishes to continue to work online, basically full-time may be of concern in terms of the genuine visitor requirement and should be considered carefully."
Jun
13
answered Does condition 8115 mean you can't check your work email?
Jun
13
comment Does condition 8115 mean you can't check your work email?
@HaLaBi: not necessarily, for example if you'd travel as consultant to work with client on behalf of your company, you'd wouldn't find job locally in Australia, but you'd be still working in Australia. This is legal gray issue, AFAIK, generally not acted upon. Another similarly gray-zone example are mother-companies sending their representatives/auditors/etc to local subsidiaries.
Jun
9
accepted How to transport baby/toddler car seat with Transavia?
Jun
7
answered How to transport baby/toddler car seat with Transavia?