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They can spend 14 days in another country and then return, but that becomes increasingly difficult with travel restrictions. Australian citizens are simply not allowed to return home, even if they found a way? That's why the laws threatens with fines and jail terms. They will not be sent back if they somehow reach Australian soil. Is there absolutely no ...


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I don't think that is a requirement to prove that you haven't been to one of the countries subject to a geographic COVID-19 ban within the last 14 days, beyond your declaration that you haven't been there. If the need for proof comes up, you can try to find any receipt or appointment notice from Nepal, or anything else that places you in Nepal between your ...


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It's quite common to not get entry and/or exit stamps for all countries you visit. Sometimes the people are just lazy, sometimes they forget, sometimes they're too busy and just wave you through. And sometimes there's no way to get stamps at all as you never see an actual person (thinking of the ever more common automated border entry points where you shove ...


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US doesn't have exit controls on their borders, so it's not a problem leaving the US even if you're out of status in America. The best course of action for most folks in such a scenario is to file a I-539 change of status before their status expires to transition from H1-B into B1/B2 visitor status. Another potential issue is if you transit through a third ...


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