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comment Can I continue working for my non-US freelance clients when I've relocated to the US with my spouse and have an H4 visa?
The simple answer is that no, you can't. But this question belongs on Expats, not here.
Jan
26
comment 90 Day rule on the US Visa Waiver Program not expiring if you go to Canada
I94W are still used for (some) land arrivals, however the original poster was arriving by air. In your case you elected to keep the I94W so your time will not reset - you could have just as readily returned it and ended your stay.
Jan
26
comment 1.5 hour layover long enough?
90 minutes is plenty in FRA. I did a similar transfer a few days ago, and could have made it in under 30 if I had to.
Jan
24
comment How do I get from France to Austria?
rome2rio.com/s/Alpe-d-Huez/Flachau
Jan
24
comment Is there a list of words or themes that will get you thrown off a plane in the US?
Be cautious when talking to anyone called "Jack" - dilbert.com/strip/2004-01-20
Jan
19
comment Can I skip my train leg booked with a KLM flight?
This question is not specifically about the Thalys service - it's about the KLM "flight" that codeshares with Thalys rail services. When traveling on a KLM ticket you DO need to check-in, and this is also where you receive your train ticket. See klm.com/travel/gb_en/plan_and_book/ticket_information/… for where to do this.
Jan
19
comment Can I skip my train leg booked with a KLM flight?
This question is not specifically about the Thalys service - it's about the KLM "flight" that codeshares with Thalys rail services. When traveling on a KLM ticket you DO need to check-in, and this is also where you receive your train ticket. See klm.com/travel/gb_en/plan_and_book/ticket_information/… for where to do this.
Jan
18
comment Travelling to India via Germany with 2 stops, do i need transit visa?
Don't confuse airport names and the actual terminals. "Frankfurt International" is the name of the airport - regardless of whether you're referring to the international of domestic areas. I did a very similar transit (in my case, via Paris and Munich - but it's all Schengen) only a week ago and I can guarantee you that you'll need to go through passport control.
Jan
17
comment Travelling to India via Germany with 2 stops, do i need transit visa?
The answers to that question are completely wrong in this case. Completely wrong! Section 4 of that answer states that a visa would not be required in this case (as the posted holds a valid US visa) - but that's wrong due to the requirement to enter Schengen to transit on a domestic flight.
Jan
15
comment Can the US still be entered on a tourist visa after permanent resident status is denied/expired?
What nationality is she?
Jan
15
comment Does Air India provide any compensation for delayed flights?
You may want to update the question then...
Jan
13
comment Immigration on domestic stop-over from Puerto Rico to SF?
You live in SF on a B visa? Are you sure that's legal?
Jan
12
comment Renting a car in Tel Aviv as a young driver with a new license?
Road conditions and driving in Prague is a little different to in Tel Aviv...
Jan
11
comment Is it possible to fly both the Airbus 380 and the Boeing 787 in one trip?
With all due respect, this is a stupid question. Of course you can experience both. If two planes are flying anywhere in the world, then you can build an itinerary that includes them. It may not be a pretty itinerary, it may not be sane, and it may not be cheap - but it can be done.
Jan
10
comment Does Air India provide any compensation for delayed flights?
Even under the ultra-strict compensation regulations in the European Union (EU261) there would be no compensation due for a delay of less than 3 hours on a route like this. In India, I think anything less than 24 hours late is generally considered on-time...
Jan
9
comment How can I find a one-way car rental from Alaska to Canada?
Good answer - to a different question. Unfortunately none of this actually answers the original question...
Jan
9
comment Is China Airlines safe?
Qantas has had more accidents and incidents in the past 10 years than China Airlines has...
Jan
9
comment Is it legal to have 2 flights in the air at the same time with the same flight #?
In fact it's extremely common for the subsequent flights with the same flight number to be flown by a different aircraft. Happens all day every day in the US.
Jan
5
comment Backpacking with visa B2 in USA
Technically being refused a visa no longer makes you ineligible for VWP - as long as you can obtain an ESTA then you can enter under the VWP program, even if you've previously been refused a visa. However, if the visa refusal is recent, the odds of an ESTA being granted within (at least) the first year is basically zero.
Jan
5
comment Air Canada - Unintentional “Hidden City Ticketing”
possible duplicate of Do you have to take the second leg of a flight?