Going from Terminal 3 to Terminal 2 of Jose Martí Airport in Havana requires you to exit the airport and either take a walk of about 2.5Km on an area that is almost a wasteland, or take a taxi.
(Google maps does not have any labels for Terminal 3, but I used to live near that place, so I know it very well)
I cannot say if under this conditions you need a ...
As noted in a comment, it is usual to apply in reverse order. It may not matter, but if it does, that is likely to be the best order.
The visa-issuing authority for country X rarely cares much about your plans for getting to country X. If those plans do not work, you are not their problem. They are much more like to care, when issuing a tourist or other ...
From the UAE government:
Indian citizens holding a normal passport and either
a visit visa issued by the USA or
a green card issued by the USA or
a residence visa issued by the UK or
a residence visa issued by the EU
can obtain a visa on arrival for a maximum stay of 14 days provided that the visas or the green card is valid for at ...
Computer parts should be no problem, especially used ones. There is only a restriction on the value of the items that you are trying to import. If you are not sure, you can always use the red exit. The staff there will be happy to help you. You can find additional information here:
Entering Germany - Zoll.de
I wish you a pleasant stay.
According to Timatic https://www.timaticweb2.com Indian citizens can transit without a visa, providing you meet the following conditions:
“ Passengers transiting through Paris (CDG), arriving from a non-Schengen Member State with a confirmed onward ticket for a flight within 24 hours to a third country which is not a Schengen Member State. They must:
As you are holding an onwards ticket you will be granted entry into Cuba for 72 hours to allow for you to make your next flight. You will be able to leave Terminal 2 to go outside of the airport and transfer onto Terminal 3. Or, anywhere else in the country during your 72 hour period as long as you are back to take your next flight.
You can enter Cuba, ...
Turns out that you have to enter your first entry and exit dates in that form. Continue filling out the form and a few sections later it will ask you if you'll be transiting again as part of round trip. You have to enter your return details at this point.
Consulates issue visas, not Embassies (some Embassies have also a Consulate department).
From your linked page, press
Go down to:
Marokko entdecken - Touristenvisum, Studentenvisum, Geschäftsvisum
There you will find information about the Visa types and a PDF form as Visa application.
Fees (Page in French)
Up to 3 ...
It looks like you will need a transit visa. From Travellers eligible to transit without a visa (TWOV), among the other things you need to be from one of the eligible countries:
a citizen of Andorra, Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Brunei, Bulgaria,
Canada, Chile, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia,
Federated States of Micronesia, Fiji, ...
According to Timatic, the database used by airline staff, Indian nationals do not require a visa to enter Nepal, and even though you live in Dubai you still hold an Indian passport, which means you are fine. Although a note is made that handwritten passports are not permitted, and it should have six months validity upon arrival.
I did the transfer from domestic to International terminal recently. There is no free shuttle. I came out from the domestic terminal and went to a taxi booking counter which was shown to me by the security person standing outside the gate. I paid Rs.280 for a non-AC car with 2 pieces of hand luggage and given a printed receipt containing the car number. No ...
Citizens and permanent residents of Canada don't need a visa to enter Canada. Now that you are a permanent resident, you have a guaranteed right to enter Canada without a visa (as well as live and work in Canada). The PR card serves as evidence of this right. Show it in addition to your passport when you check in for your flight.
The old expired passport is one of the documents you will need (in addition to proof of address, Non-ECR proof if applicable, and possibly other documents) in order to apply for reissue of your passport. India normally returns the expired passports after your reissue is processed, so it's expected that you would have expired passports in your possession.
I had been in exact same scenario and It was the airline check-in people (airindia in my case) was the ones who worried most about it.
They finally let me through saying it is my responsibility if there is a deport and I have to pay back for the return flight and fines,etc.
Then once Ive arrived in Singapore they tried to check me in but it said error so ...