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For questions specifically about people travelling with German passports.

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Since the 72 hour visa is only available to the EU countries, UK, Switzerland, and Japan. Which means that the rest of the people will have to enter under the regular tourist visa. There is also agr …
answered May 29 '13 by Karlson
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Based on the discussions on similar forums the burden of proof of onward travel is on you and whether or not to accept something as proof of onward travel would be entirely in the discretion of the Im …
answered May 8 '13 by Karlson
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You have a problem. According to the page on the Russian Embassy in Ulaanbaatar in order for you to obtain a Russian visa there: To apply for any category of visas except transit, one must have a …
answered Jul 11 '15 by Karlson
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It would depend on how you intend to arrive in Seattle but if you cross the border by land all you will need to have with you is your German passport. But an ESTA may be a nice to have just for your …
answered Aug 29 '16 by Karlson
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Generally speaking if you are a citizen of both countries you don't have to receive visa as an Israeli citizen you can receive it as a German citizen for the purpose of visiting Startup Acceleration p …
answered Aug 10 '14 by Karlson