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You don't need an entry stamp to enter Nepal since you're an indian citizen. The people checking your passport when exiting Nepal will know this and also know why the first stamp was cancelled (since it was invalid). You could ask for a cancelled exit stamp though!


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You should apply for a tourism visa. You can do all the things under Appendix 3 which include: Study 25 Visitors may carry out the following study: (a) educational exchanges or visits with a state funded school or academy or independent school; or (b) a maximum of 30 days study on: (i) recreational courses (not English language training);...


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You will need a transit visa. As a foreign resident of a GCC country you still require a visa to leave the airport, or have a transit time of more than 24 hours, only people who are citizens of GCC countries are exempt from visas. You are able to obtain the visa at the airport for KD2. Although citizens of GCC countries can travel to Kuwait visa-free, ...


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The answer to "can I get On-arrival visa into Bangladesh?" seems to be "No" for an Indian national. This page "How to get Bangladesh overland visa on arrival" (from a tour agency) states Please note that Indians are NOT eligible to get Bangladesh visa on arrival in the land borders. They need to apply for a regular visa on the Bangladesh consulates in ...


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From https://embamex.sre.gob.mx/emiratosarabesunidos/index.php/es/2016-05-07-10-39-06 the documents needed to apply for a visitor visa are: 1.- Visa application fully filled with capital letters. 2.- Valid passport with at least two blank pages. Validity of at least six months prior to expiration. 3.- Passport photocopies of the first 3 pages and all ...


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Yes, you can apply for a tourist visa for Mexico in the UAE if you are a resident there. On the list of requirements on the consulate of Mexico in the UAE website: The applicant has to be a resident in the United Arab Emirates So as long as you are a legal resident in the UAE you will be fine.


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Short Answer: Yes, you need a visa to change planes in Toronto Long Answer: If an airline passenger is refused entry at a transit point or destination, the airline is required to return the passenger to the point of departure at the airline's expense (although they may try to recover the cost from the passenger). Thus, airlines are very careful to determine ...


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Based on German Missions in the United States Airport Transit visa Nationals of the following countries are required to be in possession of an airport transit visa when passing through the international transit area of airports in Germany: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Ghana, India, Iran, Iraq , Jordan*2, ...


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The DATV visa is if you don’t pass through immigration. Note: If you have to re-check your bags you will pass through immigration. You will need to have your biometrics taken as mentioned on the GOV page. The page also provided information on how to apply from the USA.


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If you are citizens of India you need visas, even if remaining airside, unless certain exceptions apply. Most Schengen States do not require visas for airside transit for Indian citizens, but Germany does. Visas can be applied for at a German mission or a visa application centre.


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@Aritro Pathak, In choosing the country for your Schengen visa application, make sure you follow the dictates of the Schengen Visa Code, Section 1, Article 5. That Article provides: Article 5 Member State competent for examining and deciding on an application The Member State competent for examining and deciding on an application for a ...


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The readiness to give you a multiple-entry, long-validity visa depends in part on your travel history to the Schengen area. So if this is your first application, apply separately for the two visa. If you have a long and incident-free history, ask for a multiple-entry visa.


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No, this is not possible as as the receipt only proves your legal status in Italy. you are only allowed to enter and exit the Schengen area through Italy. Verified by the Polizia di Stato website: Foreigners awaiting renewal of their residence permits can leave and re-enter Italy if they hold: the receipt issued by Italian Post offices (Poste ...


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You can't get a new job in the USA unless you have an approved H1b which you don't... You'd have to leave the US and apply for a new one. You can probably travel to Canada, though Canadian immigration authorities might have doubts about your intent to go to the country and deny you a visitor visa on the grounds that you're likely intending to go work there. ...


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You can try to apply for Canadian visa, they have own criteria of selection. For visa services is important to know that you have important link with your country. So they believe you will flight back to your country. If they see money on your bank account, stable job, car, house it's can help to get visa. So for the embassy interview bring some bank ...


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I have contacted the support channel for eNTRI and confirmed that the eNTRIs will have the validity after 31 December 2019. It's mentioned in website that the applications are open till December. The already issued visa will remain valid, as it's not specified. As long as you satisfies all criteria for admission, you will be admitted. eNTRI Flight tickets ...


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You should apply to have your passport re-issued*. This FAQ page from the Indian Government, Ministry of External Affairs, Consular, Passport and Visa Division, contains this text: Passport Services Overview Q1: What are the various passport services and which form has to be filled in? A: The various passport services are: (...


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If I am applying for reissue of damaged passport will I get a renewed passport? Yes, your passport is damaged according to the Indian Ministry of External Affairs, Consular, Passport and Visa Division: Q1: What is the definition of damaged passport? A: Damaged passport is classified further based on the extent of damage, i.e.: Damaged ...


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Other answers give you the technical details about what visa you need to work in Germany, but since your write "as an employee I may be allowed to work there for a week or two for the experience, and to get to know the team there" let me explain how this normally happens. The definition of "work" for visa purposes may be different from the common one. ...


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Yes, so long as you can demonstrate the income via payslips or other documentation such as a P60, and that income meets the threshold (£18,600 for a couple without children), you should be fine as the guidance does not require a fixed income per month. The real issue you have is that the income you demonstrate in your post does not meet the threshold...


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Given your UK immigration history, yes, you might be questioned. It is difficult to fully understand your history (you were denied entry in 2009 and later received a 10 year ban in 2012 for some unspecified reason which was then supposedly overturned in 2018), but it's clear that it is complex and may require more scrutiny than can be sorted out quickly at ...


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If (a) your flights are booked as one booking, (b) you're not transiting overnight, and (c) your luggage is checked through to the USA, then you shouldn't have to go through UK immigration at all, so it's very unlikely you'll even see a UK immigration officer. Your airline will check that you're eligible to transit through the UK (a US visa means you should ...


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You should definitely contact the airline. Putting LNU (Last Name Unknown) in the field can cause problems. Travelling could be a problem if the name on ticket doesn't match your passport. As suggested in the comments: I suggest to tweet or DM to the respective airline. They'd definitely reply. E-mails won't get a reply. You would want to check to make ...


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