If you bought your girlfriend jewelry while she was living abroad, then it is her personal possession. If she comes to the US for a visit she is permitted to bring them with her, just as if she had bought them herself, as long as she intends to take them home with her again. There is no limit on the value, or at least if there is it is well above $10K.
The Department of Home Affairs has a website that you can visit to appeal any entry prohibitions http://www.dha.gov.za/index.php/immigration-services/prohibition-appeals
When applying for upliftment after being found in possession of the following.
Fraudulent Permanent Resident
Foreign nationals who were deported
Appealing deportation or ...
If nothing happened then and there, you're all good. However, you did indeed break the law, and had you been asked for it (you usually aren't), you would've faced a £100 fine.
In fact it's even required if not leaving the transit area. While check-in/gate staff mostly haven't been checking it, for my very most recent flight (from CPH), CFS staff weren't ...
I have crossed the border several times on the BoltBus that runs between Vancouver and Seattle. The service usually runs hourly and the actual border crossing is very efficient, with dedicated buildings in both directions for passengers to go through customs etc.
However During COVID the Canadian end of the route seems not to be running.
It stop at various ...
how much proof would I need to provide to be given clearance?
There's no fixed answer to this question. It depends on your credibility and on the basis for the demand for proof of your presence in Schengen countries other than Germany.
when is this check likely to occur?
It is likely to occur if you come to the attention of police or immigration ...
Your visa is still valid for entry until the date of expiry.
If your visa is a short-term one for studies under 90 days for example, then it would be hard to justify your entry since you will have to leave Spain before the visa expires.
Assuming your intended stay (i.e. time of studies left) is over 6 months though, you would have obtained a category D visa (...
Within the Schengen area there are no systematic border controls. You can still be asked to show your passport, but all the authorities will be interested in that your passport is real, that it is yours, and that you have a valid visa or residence permit. In practice the 90/180 day rule is not enforced at intra Schengen borders. There is no practical way to ...
According to this :
Exit data includes biographic information such as:
date of birth
citizenship or nationality
travel document type, number and name of the country that issued the travel document
So, I assume it'll get your foreign passport ID.
Kinda late answer but I didn’t declare anything in Hyderabad airport. My checked luggage was scanned but my hand luggage was not so I didn’t get in trouble for taking at least 2 phones and two laptops.