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There is no time limit to re-enter other than your visa expiry date. Having left during your post-study period, on re-entry you will need to satisfy Border Force officials that you are returning for a permitted reason and will leave before your visa expires. https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/...


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Never done this in India, but other countries have a similar system. If you walk through the green channel, then normally your baggage will not be searched or scanned. You just walk through and out into the public area. So, you ask, doesn't everyone do this, whether or not they have things to declare? Because there are people watching the lane, and if ...


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These are just my guesses as a system developer working with fraud detection. Since the e-Gates are using the image (stored in the chip) in your passport, two people having faces looking almost the same and going through the gates so soon after each other should trigger a warning. To solve this you could do plastic surgery or maybe use different flights so ...


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The actual regulation doesn't say that the I-94 must be valid, but that the period of stay indicated on the I-94 must be unexpired. That's the reason for the parenthetical mention "unexpired" in the quoted text. 22 CFR 41.112(d)(2)(i) says that the program is available to one who Is in possession of a Form I-94, Arrival-Departure Record, endorsed by DHS ...


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I have traveled through multiple Airports in India and abroad. Most airports scan luggage for international travelers, most of the time. I had my luggage scanned for every time when I landed in India, except once. On contrary, Singapore airport scanned only twice out of my 20+ landings. They don't enforce every rule though. For instance, I am only allowed ...


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Yes, you can. Do not seal the package as customs will definitely want to inspect the contents. It is not actually needed to have them in the return box, it is sufficient that they were purchased within the United States customs territory (i.e. duty has already been paid on them), within the past three years, and that they have not been advanced in value. You ...


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You can carry anything you want, but you will have to declare to US Customs whatever property you carry. The property will be subject to inspection (so it shouldn't be sealed) and to assessment of duty if Customs judges that its value exceeds whatever amount might be exempt. Exemption amounts vary depending on where you're coming from, and some items or ...


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I’m not sure if there will be, this will be hard to tell especially at different times and shifts. In advance as long as you just provide them with any documents they can ask for (passport and any other documents) then you can just make it clear you don’t speak their language. If you present all the documents they may ask for you should be able to proceed ...


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It is very unlikely that you will even have to say any word at all. You could try asking the people next to you in the plane if they can help you with immigrations, they can have their passports checked at the same time as you, like families do. If they would have any questions they will contact a translator for you if they don't have anyone working who ...


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