No-one can tell you what they will do. But from my experience I can tell you that they definitely can ask to see it.
I traveled with a friend who had a passport that required a Schengen visa and a visa to the destination country, and we had a layover in a Schengen airport. When we decided to go out and see the city, they checked the Schengen visa (makes ...
I'll summarize the answer that this question received in the comment section:
Exits by land to Canada are recorded.
Sea travel by common carrier (= not a private vessel) is similar to air travel [to be confirmed].
Exits by land to Canada are recorded. Each country transmits its entry records to the other to serve as exit records there. Initially, US and ...
This Australia government webpage describes the information required to complete the ATD:
When filling out the ATD, you will need to:
provide your contact details, including a contact phone number in Australia
make a legally binding declaration in relation to your vaccination status
make a declaration regarding your last 14 days travel history
make a ...
Singapore and Malaysia are connected by a causeway and a bridge, with the Causeway in regular times being the world's busiest border crossing by some measures.
However, due to COVID-19, for time being both are completely closed to private passenger vehicles: the only way to cross is by designated bus services.
There are no roads connecting Suriname to any of its neighbors (France, Guyana, or Brazil), though there are ferry connections over the rivers to Guyana and France.
(Wikivoyage says that there's a road between Suriname and Guyana, but it's wrong: satellite imagery clearly shows a hole in the road, and travelers' reports clearly state that a transfer to and ...
The Italian Republic and the Vatican City State
The Vatican City State, also known simply as the Vatican, became independent from Italy with the Lateran Treaty (1929), and it is a distinct territory under "full ownership, exclusive dominion, and sovereign authority and jurisdiction" of the Holy See, itself a sovereign entity of ...
Various Antarctic territorial claims provide "land borders" that cannot be crossed due to the lack of roads, including:
Australia & New Zealand (160°E)
Australia & France (142°2′E and 136°11′E)
Australia & Norway (44°38′E)
Norway & United Kingdom (20°E)
None of these countries share a land border anywhere else in the world, of ...
is there a general rule as to whether the more restrictive rules will be applied?
No, that depends on the policy of the final destination country. Some care about countries you've transited through, some don't. Most don't care. Countries may change their policies anytime.
E.g. Morocco currently cares (mirror):
Travelers from List B countries, which ...
No, it does not exist.
There are no real life pets which are smart enough and small enough to travel in a pocket while traveling international and moving countries frequently.
Not many animals, if any at all, will fit the picture. The kind of life you picture for the pet will be hard to very unkind to the pet.
Besides, you will not be able to travel around ...
Confer Who pays return ticket if denied entry?
There’s generally no actionable right to enter a country. I wouldn’t even be so sure you couldn’t be denied from entering the country you hold a (sole) citizenship of. As far as I understand the mentioned CoViD‑19 rules apply indiscriminately of nationality.
Mid-air changes of regulations aren’t forbidden. In ...
From a legal perspective, in most jurisdictions there is no requirement that the law be "published" in the form of guidance, media announcements etc. This derives from the well known principle that "ignorance of the law is no excuse".
In the UK for example, all Covid-related rules are given effect by way of primary or secondary ...
There is already a very good answer, but here are some supplemental thoughts.
The obvious question which astonishingly none of the articles dive into is "what happened to the other flights from the UK to Austria that day?". As far as I was able research this, there were no similar occurrences and it seemed to be mostly an isolated incidence. That ...
do the passengers have to pass the immigration
Generally yes. Once you are through exit controls, you are out of the country, and you need to clear immigration again to return.
Example: I was in China waiting for our plane to depart at the international gate. The flight was cancelled and they needed to put up passengers for the night. That required full re-...
However in this case, the foreign country hasn't published the rules, so there were no way the travelers or the airline could have possibly known about these changed rules.
This statement that Austria didn't publish the new rules beforehand is simply not true.
It was published in different news sources on the 23rd of December, but it seems, not widely in ...