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While this page "does not apply to entry into the United States from Canada via air" it still offers some valuable insight. Visiting friends would be: The following categories do not fall within the definition of “essential travel:” Individuals traveling for tourism purposes, such as sightseeing, recreation, gambling, or attending cultural events ...


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Taiwan currently has an amnesty program for foreign nationals who want to overstay their visas. "Under the program, there will be no mandatory detention, while the maximum penalty will be NT$2,000 (US$66) and no re-entry ban, compared with detention, a maximum fine of NT$10,000 and an entry ban of 1 to 8 years for those who do not voluntarily contact ...


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As a Canadian citizen, you are entitled to enter Canada and do not need to obtain any permit. However, there are at least three problems with your plan: Your refusal to get vaccinated puts you, your family, and the communities you will travel through and stay in on both sides of the border at unnecessary risk. Many people, not least including many in Canada,...


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Are Canadians allowed to travel into the US visa-free as usual amid the current coronavirus situation as it is? Yes (assuming coming straight from Canada), but only for essential travel if using land borders. Air travel to the US is unrestricted. https://www.dhs.gov/news/2020/09/18/fact-sheet-dhs-measures-border-limit-further-spread-coronavirus Release ...


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Yes. There are currently no restrictions on travellers from Australia entering the UK. See the list of exempt countries here https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-travel-corridors. You must complete a passenger locator form before you arrive in the UK from any country https://www.gov.uk/provide-journey-contact-details-before-travel-uk and you ...


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Your ‘visa run’ plan will probably look suspiciously like an intention to live in the UK for extended periods through frequent or successive visits, which is against Immigration Rule V4.2(b). If she is questioned on attempting re-entry after spending 6 months in the UK followed by such a short time out of it, your fiancée may well need to prove a compelling ...


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As a Canadian citizen, you are allowed to enter Canada for any reason, no matter if you are entering by land or air. However, like everyone else entering Canada, you are subject to quarantine and COVID-19 test requirements. As I understand it, you have to provide a COVID-19 test from within 72 hours of your entry to Canada, and be subject to a mandatory 14-...


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It turns out that you do need a Form 14 as part of getting the approval letter. (Not in addition to it.) When you fill out the form for the approval letter, if you choose Short-term visitor, you get new questions that were not there when the form first loads: So, Form 14 here I come. I've been told I need to request only a Visit Pass and not a Visa. Brief ...


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Per TIMATIC, the database used by airlines, as a Canadian citizen and resident you're only allowed to enter Spain if flying directly from Canada, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Ireland, Romania or a Schengen state. That's why you were denied boarding. As the UK doesn't have an entry ban, you'll be good for the return trip, though if staying overnight, you're ...


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Not having the passport (and the number) anymore should be a perfectly fine reason to leave it blank. The assumption is that passports usually are valid for ten years, so you would still have a valid passport - but if not, fine.


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If she has applied for an e-visa, or bought tickets on certain airlines she may find the full passport number in her e-mail cache, especially if she uses gmail and never deletes. Some foreign financial transactions might also require that info. Sometimes filled out .pdf forms for visas etc. are also present on one's computer (I save mine in a dedicated ...


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