It is very unlikely that you actually went through a proper immigration checkpoint.
On my last trip out of Frankfurt in September, I had ample time between checking in for my flight to Hong Kong and the plane’s departure so I spent my time exploring how far I could move around airside. The non-Schengen parts of the airport follow a decentralised security ...
If you enter on F2 status (with your I-20), there is no problem with you staying for as long as your wife. If you enter on B2 visitor status, they might want to make sure you plan to return within 6 months.
Tourists cannot enter the US through the land border right now. People entering the US to attend educational institutions are exempt from the land ...
The rules around a third party providing accommodation support https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/827480/Visit-guidance-v9.0ext.pdf#page21 require that:
there is a genuine personal or professional relationship between the third party and the applicant
if the third party is in the UK, they must ...
In these COVID 19 days we wonder whether there is a difference how quarantaine (or self isolation) rules work between the different modes of transport.
A search of https://reopen.europa.eu/en indicates that there are no countires in the EU in which quarantine rules are dependant on the mode of transportation used.
The UK's quarantine applies to all ...
The requirements for applying are as follows:
EEA family permit
You can apply for an EEA family permit to come to the UK if both the following apply:
you’re from outside the European Economic Area (EEA)
you’re a ‘close’ or ‘extended’ family member of an EEA or Swiss national (excluding UK nationals)
Since Sri Linka is not in the European Economic Area, ...
That would depend on whether your parent is dependent on you or not.
Since you have been living separately since 2006, you would probably have to show that his situation now has changed making his living with you essential.
EU Settlement Scheme family permit
Qualifying as a ‘close’ family member
You must be the EEA citizen’s spouse or civil partner, or ...
It is unlikely that he will be detained at immigration for a small amount like 50$. If he didn't give the hotel any identifying documents, such as a passport, it is unlikely they can even do anything about it because they can't prove it is him just by name.
I have read the decision a couple of times, although not very closely, and I do not think that it eliminates the possibility for border officers to seek to establish that the bearer of an Article 20 card (or an Article 10 card, for that matter) is traveling with or to join the EU family member.
That condition is more fundamental: it is established in Article ...
Per TIMATIC, the database used by airlines:
Passengers are not allowed to enter.
This does not apply to nationals of Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France,
Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia,
Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway,
Poland, Portugal, ...
I contacted the CBP through the Trusted Traveler Sentri contact email to ask them. Their answer was short and to the point:
Unfortunately you will not be allowed to enter the U.S. without having
your valid New Zealand passport.
I took this period of travel restrictions due to Covid-19 to renew the passports (since I'm currently not allowed to cross the ...
You don't exit and re-enter the CTA; rather Ireland's application of the regime doesn't involve an open air/sea border with the UK, and Ireland processes arrivals from the UK separately (if arriving from Northern Ireland, non-EU/EFTA citizens are to report their entry)
In your example (PEK-DUB-EDI), passengers would either disembark at DUB for border control ...
While the UK has technically left the EU. It is, until the end of 2020, still in a transition period where most EU regulations apply. So for the moment yes you can use an EU national ID card to enter the UK.
However you should be aware that the UK is currently imposing 14 days of self-isolation on arrivals from abroad with very limited exemptions as part of ...
The following is based on emails from the relevant authorities (to be continuously updated):
Countries that stamp:
Countries that don't stamp:
When you left Munich's baggage claim area for the arrivals hall, you should have had to choose between a green channel and a red channel, and possibly a blue channel. That was customs.
The blue channel, if there is one, is for people arriving from inside the EU. Since you were coming from Brazil, you should not have used that channel (despite your ...
The term that you are looking for is called Customs Transit. Mostly done in a form of a Customs Seal applied in the country of origin and checked by the customs of the country in transit during transport to a country where it is allowed and where it is then unsealed.
Not common for individual travel in most cases, but a legal method to transport an object ...
The small print of Chime says:
Banking services provided by The Bancorp Bank or Stride Bank, N.A.
I take this to mean that Chime is essentially a marketing front for those two banks, and that the actual accounts are managed by one of the two partners. If this is the case then your accounts will be treated the same as a Bancorp or Stride bank account. I ...
When landing in Chicago, you won't have much choice when exiting the aircraft. Just follow the signs to Exit / Passport Control / Baggage claim, and you'll end up at immigration (Passport Control). There shouldn't be anywhere else you can go.
Since you are on an immigrant visa, you'll most certainly have to see an officer in person (and not just use the ...