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Yes, it is still required. In addition the the official government source that you provided in your question, the following link should also verify this. U.S. Government Travel Site (Last updated: Jan 28, 2016) Blood Test: All visitors and new residents to Iraq, with the exception of those travelling on a tourist visa, must have a blood test for HIV and ...


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I travelled to Erbil two months back. You should not have any issues but it is not advised to stay for many weeks. The same is not the case with Kirkuk and Sulaymaniyah. During my stay I was advised to not leave Erbil city because of possibility of widespread terror attacks. However, i am not sure if this qualifies for all types of trips. It is not a place ...


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I watched a BBC documentary today about some of the battlegrounds used by Alexander the Great. The narrator had to pass through Kurdistan border control and the procedure was included in the documentary from start to finish. There was no evidence of a blood test at all. Here's a screen cap... Source: BBC, fair use As seen, the control point uses a ...


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From searching, one thing is certain, there is indeed a form. Evidence that the applicant has undertaken a blood test according to the procedures of the residence office. A form to obtain a blood test appointment can be collected from the residence office as part of the application process. The blood test result can usually be obtained within 2-3 ...


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Move One from four years ago has: B. Import of Vehicles It is not allowed for individuals to import vehicles for personal use on a temporary regime, customs clearance must be done on a permanent basis. Vehicles for company use can be imported on a temporary as well as on a permanent basis. Vehicles (non-armoured) brought into the country ...


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According to a post on the Lonely Planet forums last year: ... AZerbaidjan full page, Armenia full page, Iraqui Kurdistan stamp (so two stamps almost a page), Turkey two small stamps (may be half a page), Georgia same (two small stamps, entry and exit another half page). I dont expecvt these practices changed though cannot verify. ... sounds ...


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According to KRG guidelines, anyone travelling to Kurdistan is required to include an evidence of the blood test undertaken with the application. You will have to obtain a form for the blood test and then make an appointment with the residence office. Remember that the KRG guidlines say that obtaining blood test form and conducting the test is part of the ...


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According to the Kurdistan Government's representation in Spain: Visitors wishing to extend their stay in the Kurdistan Region beyond a three month period must apply for a Card of Residence. Below is a general outline of the requirements for obtaining a residency card for an extended stay in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq: One will need a sponsor/...


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