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Large English-speaking country in North America between Canada and Mexico, and Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. Used for questions on traveling from, to, or through the USA. For general questions about North America, use the [north-america] tag but be more specific (eg State) where relevant.

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There can be and are some legal differences between laws and traffic regulations in reservations and out of them. Example from Montana. Those are however minor. In the US there are also variations bet …
answered Jul 26 '15 by Some wandering yeti
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When applying for a B1/B2 US visa one needs to fill out the form DS-160. At some point this form ask "Have you traveled to any countries/regions within the last five years?". When answering yes, you h …
asked Dec 23 '16 by Some wandering yeti
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From my experience of cycling in 10 US states (Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, Arizona, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, North Dakota, Minnesota and Tennessee) and coming from Europe as well, I found that in ge …
answered Mar 14 '17 by Some wandering yeti
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The form DS-160 is used to apply for the visa. Once you have received the visa, the form itself has no use any more. Even if you would totally cancel you trip and make a completely different trip in a …
answered Jul 22 '17 by Some wandering yeti
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I flew with Delta to the US last week. In the queue to the checkin counter (when they put those little stickers on the back of your passport) I was asked if all electronics where sufficiently charged …
answered Jul 17 '17 by Some wandering yeti
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Not yet a real ferry service, but the first US cruise to Cuba is supposed to sail today. http://www.miamiherald.com/news/business/tourism-cruises/article74753237.html UPDATE: the cruise sailed and ar …
answered May 1 '16 by Some wandering yeti
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When travelling a (US) Greyhound service including a transfer, is it possible to skip the first leg of the journey? For flight tickets we know that this is generally not allowed. But does Greyhound co …
asked Jul 3 '17 by Some wandering yeti
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According to a statement by the Foreign Office, only people travelling from those countries are targeted by the order. Even dual nationals will be allowed into the US. It appears safe to deduce from t …
answered Jan 29 '17 by Some wandering yeti