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So tonight I was catching up with a well-traveled friend who was visiting Melbourne. A few years back they did an overlanding tour in Africa, and was told for the tour that if you had multiple passpor …
asked Jan 18 '14 by Mark Mayo
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I asked a similar question about what nationality a newborn midflight gets, but I'm also now wondering - when they land, what happens? Normally you need a passport and possibly a visa to travel - so h …
asked Aug 21 '14 by Mark Mayo
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A working holiday visa in Canada is generally 1-2 years, depending on the source country. What happens when it ends? Can you: just keep travelling in Canada as a tourist, so long as you stop workin …
asked Dec 18 '12 by Mark Mayo
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-consulates-abroad&catid=52&Itemid=82&lang=en I have a choice of an embassy/consulate in Almaty or Irkutsk. However, given the problems people have with visas in these countries, I'm wary that one might …
asked Jul 25 '11 by Mark Mayo
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Considering this. I gather there's a working holiday visa, but it requires application at the embassy in WELLINGTON, and I'm ... well, on the other side of the world. What would be the simplest metho …
asked Sep 20 '11 by Mark Mayo
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visas and the like when wondering about consulates and embassies. So, the question - from a traveller's point of view, what's the difference between an embassy and a consulate, and what would you use each one for? …
asked Sep 12 '12 by Mark Mayo
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My dodgy Colombian friend has a Schengen visa which is valid for 5 years. It is a multiple entry visa but it also says you are permitted 90 days in the Schengen zone. Is this 90 days total in 5 year …
asked Sep 22 '11 by Mark Mayo
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So I'm applying for an E-Visa for India. At one point in the form it asks for the countries you've visited in the past 10 years. I started listing them, got up to the 'C's, and received this error: …
asked May 12 '16 by Mark Mayo
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another country, which is the LEAST useful passport (ie the one that requires visas for the most countries)? …
asked Feb 13 '14 by Mark Mayo
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So I presume there's a requirement that you have a visa for each country you visit on a cruise ship, although I've never done one. However, if you're passing a country that you're not actually stoppi …
asked Dec 19 '15 by Mark Mayo
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I'll be passing through Uzbekistan shortly, and am considering getting a Turkmenistan visa for a quick visit into there. What locations can I get this at, and any idea how long it will take to achiev …
asked Jun 22 '11 by Mark Mayo
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So the island of Faisans is in France/Spain. Yes, both. For six months of the year, from February 1 to 31 July, it's under Spanish rule - and for the following six months - it's under French control. …
asked Jan 29 '18 by Mark Mayo
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My understanding is hazy, but I've been told that to get from certain parts to others, like Jerusalem to Bethlehem, you may need to cross non-Israeli-controlled areas. Does this mean you'd need your …
asked Dec 26 '13 by Mark Mayo
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I'll be looking to base myself in Vancouver soon. In the past, you've always had to prove at the border that you'll be leaving again, one way or another. Last time they didn't take the "I'm planning …
asked Feb 29 '12 by Mark Mayo
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I've been told it's possible to get a transit visa on arrival at the airport in Kazakhstan. Can anyone find me some current details on this - how long it's for, how much it costs, and what's required …
asked Jul 16 '11 by Mark Mayo

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