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By default, you would just be buried locally according to the local procedures. In particular, if some burial practices are forbidden or there is a short delay to dispose of the remains, these rules still apply. Being a foreign national would not necessarily prevent the local authorities from proceeding with a burial. If the family wants the remains to be ...


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You need to apply for a visa. The UK does not issue visas at the border, and people using 1951 convention travel documents are not eligible for visa free entry, since the UK suspended its participation in the European Agreement on the Abolition of Visas for Refugees in 2003.


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Wanderlust maintains a more-or-less up to date list of countries that still allow travel. However, on closer inspection all the countries listed as "open" have either suspended visas on arrival (eg. Maldives), failing condition 1, or mandate 14-day self-isolation/quarantine on arrival (eg. South Korea), failing condition 2. So as of May 15th, the list of ...


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Many changes can happen currently in a month (likely looser restrictions for some countries, but can also be tightened if the numbers require it); so don't rely on current information too much. Always check with your airlines and the border authority before travel. For France, transit is possible only for returning to country of residence/origin. The check ...


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(Information correct as of May 18th 2020) You mother can enter the US since she is a US citizen. From this Whitehouse article: I have determined that it is in the interests of the United States to take action to restrict and suspend the entry into the United States, as immigrants or nonimmigrants, of all aliens who were physically present within Iran ...


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As other as provided, this varies a lot. In some situations, the officer is actually checking your answers against data they already have, whether it's from a visa application, an ESTA/ETA/eVisitor/etc. application, a landing card, your airline PNR (they may have access to your return flight). That's why they sometime ask questions which may seem ...


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Another wrinkle in the ESTA saga: the UK FCO have changed their advice and state that You’ll need a visa to enter the USA. The Electronic System for Travel Authorisation (ESTA) visa waiver programme is not currently in operation due to the imposition of new travel restrictions on those travelling from the UK. However, the official ESTA web site is ...


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If I provide info to an immigration officer, does he enter it into a database? Yes in some case, no in others: there a millions of combinations of your citizenship(s), country of origin, country of entrance, time of day, type of border crossing, equipment available, mood & attitude of the immigration office, many more.


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I'll use France for my example since you mentioned that country. Since your partner is a "third-country" citizen, she does in fact need a declaration as stated in the website of the French Consulate General in London: Anyone travelling to France from abroad is still required to show an official declaration for international travel, in paper or digital ...


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I was using an Irish passport card in one hotel in Benidorm. The receptionist insisted it was only a I.D. card and would not listen. She actually laughed out loud at my apparent stupidity. However I succeeded in the end without an apology.


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