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Yes, you can - although their might be a catch... As per the websites of the Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Toronto and the Korea Tourism Organization, foreigners can stay "for up to 30 days in Korea" if they meet one of the following conditions : You transit through Korea on your way to the United States (excluding Guam and Saipan), ...


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To enter the UK without a visa, your son must have a UK passport, or a passport from a country that's allowed visa-free entry to the UK.* If he has a passport from a country that isn't visa-free for the UK, he will need a UK visa. It would clearly be helpful to this process if you (on his behalf) had established his British citizenship and secured for him a ...


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