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comment What to expect at a Global Entry application interview?
@Kermit In order to qualify for a CHL in Texas, you must have never committed a felony – ever – have not committed any misdemeanor within the last 5 years, not be delinquent on tax nor child support payments, and not be chemically dependent (more than 2 DUIs in 10 years). In short, a CHL is proof that you are in good standing with the law.
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comment Why do arrival and departure cards exist?
This is a great answer; if it contained information on departure cards as well as arrival cards, I would like to mark this as accepted.
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comment Why do arrival and departure cards exist?
@PaŭloEbermann From memory, I recall I had to deal with this when entering/leaving Chile, Argentina, Indonesia, Thailand, Hong Kong and the Philippines.
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revised Traveling home to England with only 5 months on passport
Fixed flow and punctuation.
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comment What happens when you book a flight to a country you don't have a visa for?
Not just a visa; most airlines will also require you to present proof of onward travel unless you are a resident of the destination country.
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revised Does Venice smell?
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accepted What is an “Approval Letter”, and how do I get one?
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revised Is it possible to buy the ticket on board in German train?
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comment Is the reciprocity fee for US citizens only charged if you arrive at Santiago International Airport?
I think this is a recent change; I'd heard lately that there is no longer a reciprocity fee charged for US citizens to enter Chile (and vice versa).