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Co-ordinating a return and one-way ticket

I need to fly domestically in the US from A -> B -> A on a return ticket and in the process meet-up with someone who will fly B -> A on a one-way ticket. (Note that this will involve a layover ...
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Returning to Sweden after a 90 day visist [duplicate]

I returned from Sweden 11/20/18 after a 90 day visit there. When can I return to Sweden for 30 days?
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Modifying one leg of round trip ticket

Not too sure of this is possible, or if the only solution for this issue is actually booking multi-city single tickets however here’s a shot... So my plan is to fly from London to Dubai on Aeroflot ...
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Single train tickets that cannot be bought alone

I was looking to go from London (Euston) to Llanfairfechan 13/10 and back the next day from Llandudno Junction to London. For London to Llanfairfechan at nationalrail.co.uk I got Return from £92.90 ...
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Detained at Heathrow and denied entry when can I visit again [closed]

I was recently traveling to the UK to visit friends. I was detained at Heathrow and held and sent back to the US. The reason they gave is that I had past paystubs with me and a card that said good ...
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Can I leave and re-enter with US expired I-94 but with I-797c receipt?

I have a valid B1 visa, but the I-94 stamp is expired. Because when I entered the US the immigration employer stamped the I-94 and wrote limited stay for one month. So, I submitted the I-539 ...
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Indian custom: Gifting sweets when returning from travel

I would be grateful for an explanation of a custom that I have observed among colleagues from India - good Indian etiquette that seems to be extend to co-workers at my new workplace (outside India) ...