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Jul
14
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Mar
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awarded  Popular Question
Feb
23
suggested rejected edit on Flying to Germany from USA as Dual Citizen, passport use?
Feb
5
comment What type of visa is required for a PhD interview visit to Switzerland?
I don't think he should check "Study", since he's not actually studying. "Business" is more appropriate I believe.
Jan
22
answered Entering the US on a tourist visa after expiration of E3D
Dec
12
comment Washington, D.C., or just Washington?
Local people just call it DC
Dec
10
comment Lost my passport and Schengen visa in Spain
Are your flights going to exit Schengen zone and enter it again?
Dec
10
comment Non-resident alien working for non-US company telecommuting for 10 days under ESTA Visa Waiver
Technically it's a gray area. But practically there's no way of enforcing it, so it's cool.
Dec
9
answered Visa/ESTA with a dual passport
Dec
9
answered Non-resident alien working for non-US company telecommuting for 10 days under ESTA Visa Waiver
Dec
9
comment Souvenir shops at Heydar Aliyev (Baku) airport?
My bad, I was thinking only from a point of view of someone who begins journey in Baku. I meant the passport control when you're leaving the country and getting on the plane. For transfers, you will be directly at the transit area, since there's no passport control.
Dec
7
answered Souvenir shops at Heydar Aliyev (Baku) airport?
Dec
4
answered What are the practical implications of a name change for international travel and activities abroad?
Oct
16
revised Do you need to be at the airport as a writer of declaration of guarantee for a Schengen visa?
typo edit
Sep
11
awarded  Yearling
Sep
11
awarded  Revival
Sep
10
answered Do you need to be at the airport as a writer of declaration of guarantee for a Schengen visa?
Jan
20
comment Will a US visa become invalid if I travel to the UK?
If your status is OK, and your visa/passport is not expired, there should be no problems!
Oct
29
answered Which type of visa I should apply for to visit USA as job applicant?
Jul
19
comment Why are you now required NOT to smile in passport photos?
I believe this must be to make the job of facial recognition software easy. It is already a hard computer science problem, so a smile would make it even worse.