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Yes, if you visited those countries, you should include them on lists of countries that you've visited. While, as a practical matter, it might be the case that nobody ends up caring either way, it is always better to put the information than to leave it out and potentially get in trouble for failing to include it.


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No. And there shouldn't be any reason for it. Alcohol is sold freely in Israel without any serious prohibition except for the usual underage and licensing rules. This includes an Israeli cruise line company that operates from Israel and sells alcohol at all times, including in the territorial waters of Israel. All food is generally allowed to be sold, ...


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Do the best you can. I provided a list of about a dozen countries that I still could remember and added a disclaimer "This is our best estimate based on an anaylysis of past travel records". That seemed to work fine. It would be good to go through your passport and make sure that all stamps that are in there are covered in the list. Make also sure ...


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It's something to do with cruise ships being moved across the ocean just before the cruise season starts and just after it ends and they offer super low prices since it's out of season It's something related to market's offer and demand. The cruise company needs to move the ship, which was in Portugal, to Panama because they can't use a Protoss warp gate (a ...


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even though I wasn’t required to clear Customs to visit these Destinations for about 6-8 hours? Regarding the trip duration: I'm not familiar with DS 160 but I am with the N-400 Application for Naturalization Form (mirror), which does specify a minimum duration for a trip to be included in the travel history (without any condition on clearing customs): ...


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The answer of Jan at 2 January 2019 was absolutely right at that time - but since there has been a major change in the Indian visa system in the spring of 2019 it's not right anymore after that. Since then there is an electronic-visa system with e-Tourist-visa valid for only one month (and only a right for single-entry) and another one's valid for one year ...


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Yes, it's possible if you manage to convince the customer service agent to do it for you (it helps if you're a regular). I've done it a few times. You'll want to arrive at the terminal some 40-60 minutes before arrival to be sure that you have enough time to do it. Note that the price usually gets higher the later you book. If you want to upgrade your cabin ...


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