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Nope. Not going to work. Stay home. Vietnam suspended most inbound commercial flights on December 1 and imposed other restrictions after detecting community transmission following a several month streak without new reported cases. There are some exceptions for repatriating Vietnamese citizens and for "experts" and business people, with a quarantine ...


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No, your undestanding is incorrect. That sentence is basically a reminder that if your citizenship allows you to enter the Schengen area without a visa, you can still do that while living in the US. In that (admittedly somewhat confusing) sentence, "coming from" simply refers to your citizenship. That's also why it's lumped together with info about ...


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A few points I've entered Germany from a risk area twice and never had to answer any questions at immigration at all. I do have a German passport though. Generally it falls to the airlines responsibility to make sure that no one enters a Germany bound plane who doesn't have the right to enter. Once I got to Germany, control and enforcement was basically non-...


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The ban is not on “Indians”, but people who have been in India in the last 14 days. The same applies to many other countries (all Schengen Area countries, the UK, Ireland, Brazil…), and to any person who is not a US citizen or permanent resident or one of the few exempted classes. So you could indeed travel to any country which is not subject to a ban, stay ...


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The rule has always been that people with a residency permit can enter Germany. This is AFAIK pretty standard as far as it comes to Covid-related entry requirements around the world. Deutsche Staatsangehörige sind von den Einschränkungen nicht betroffen. Auch Unionsbürger und Staatsangehörige des Vereinigten Königreichs, Liechtensteins, der Schweiz, ...


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Canadian (or US) border agents do not usually check your driver's licence (unless you are travelling on an EDL as an American/Canadian citizen). However, driving on an expired licence may be illegal in the U.S. for you. Police checks can happen independently to immigration and customs checks, and your insurance coverage may be invalidated. In Canada, if you ...


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Malaysian citizens are visa exempt in the Schengen zone. You are, as you know, not a Malaysian citizen, and (unless you have a diplomatic passport) your so-called immigration consultant seems not to know his or her business. You certainly need a visa or a residence permit. No airline will let you board a plane bound for the Schengen area with only a "...


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Airport transit visas are a requirement for some passengers to get a visa even for an airside transit (i.e. luggage checked through, no need to go through immigration/passport control). This is not your situation. In you case, as both flights are booked separately, you need to enter France/the Schengen Area (i.e. go through immigration/passport control) to ...


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You would be traveling from USA to Hyderabad. As per the latest guidelines for inbound international travelers : For all international travelers except travelers coming through flights originating from United Kingdom, Europe and Middle East Submit self-declaration form on the online Air Suvidha portal (www.newdelhiairport.in) before the scheduled travel ...


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You don't need to provide any reason to come back to India. As per the latest guidelines mentioned here, you would need to provide a negative RT-PCR report before boarding the flight. On arrival in India, your sample would be taken for checking new Covid-variants.


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The borders of VietNam are closed due to the COVID19 pandemic. Non-citizen returns are limited to diplomats and Foreigners of economic importance to VietNam, designated so by the government. The situation is 'fluid'. Contact the Vietnamese Embassy in India Phone: (+91 11) 26 879 868 (vnembassy-newdelhi.mofa.gov.vn). ALWAYS REMEMBER the possession of a Visa ...


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You need to find out whether you have two seperate tickets or a single one. With a single one, your bags are typicaly checked through and you can stay in the transit area. If these are two separate tickets the standard procedure is to claim your bags, go through customs and immigration, exit into the landside area, and go to the Air India check in counter ...


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I am answering my own question. There are a few points here: TWOV will still be allowed after I checked with Heathrow Airport. COVID doesn't affect that. BA however does not let you board the flight from India to Canada since BA is meant only for repatriation to UK (at least till Nov 30th until when commercial international flights are suspended in India). ...


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Per the Embassy of Mexico in India: ::HOLDERS OF U.S.A. CANADA, U.K. AND SCHENGEN VISAS :: Holders of any valid U.S.A., Canada, Japan, United Kingdom, Schengen visas (any nationality) or permanent residence of U.S.A., Canada, Japan, United Kingdom, Schengen, Pacific Alliance (Colombia, Peru, Chile) DO NOT require a Mexican visa to travel on business, ...


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Here is the page from the Japanese embassy in Qatar telling you how to apply for a tourist visa. Clicking on the "Foreign resident tourist staying in a hotel"1 link will give you the requirements for a someone who is not a Qatar citizen applying from Qatar. You need to provide: ORIGINAL Passport (more than 3 months validity) 1 Passport Copy (the ...


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For the purposes of this answer I am assuming that you are: travelling on a single ticket; arrive and depart from the same airport (probably Narita) within the same calendar day; and do not need to re-check your bags or pass immigration for any other reason. In such cases, a transit visa or any other documentation was not required to transit Japan. This ...


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No, it only applies to Saudis, even Saudis can travel if they have a valid reason and apply through "Absher App". However, currently going back to Saudi will be really hard for non-Saudis who are coming from the high risk areas, India is on top of the list.


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The six months passport validity rule does not apply to Indian citizens traveling to India.


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You have two separate concerns: Immigration. Canada will want to see a valid passport and Canadian visa. They don't care about your driving license. Likewise the US wants to see you're eligible for re-entry on the way back, which in turn depends on your current I-94 status and other documents, but not the driving license. If you want an answer related to ...


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There is currently a ban preventing anyone having set foot in the Schengen Area (and other countries) in the last 14 days (and that includes transit) from entering the US, unless they meet a number of exemptions (US citizens and permanent residents and their families, etc.). So in the general case transit via CDG indeed prevents you from entering the US, ...


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this is absolutely depending on what country are comming from and the "relationship" between japan and this country.. as an example, here are the required docs for people in India: BUT if you are in Mexico, the story gets harder:


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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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The common format residence permit in Switzerland is credit card-sized and has CHE and the biometric symbol in the top left corner. Currently, the following two styles are both valid until the validity indicated on the card. New style (white base, with a map of Europe and stars on the front): https://www.sem.admin.ch/dam/sem/fr/data/aufenthalt/infoflyer-aa19....


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