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The is no official rule for how long you will be given on re-entry to the US after 5 months in Mexico. However US Customs and Border Patrol do use a rule-of-thumb that you should be outside of the US for longer than you are in the US. So after a stay of 6 months, followed by being outside of the US for 5 months, that rule of thumb would mean you would ...


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According to the official e-visa site you can apply for an 'urgent' e-visa for $50 and it will be ready within 3 hours. (The standard e-visa being $23 and ready within 3 days) Israeli citizens can also obtain a normal visa on arrival at the airport in Azerbaijan for $26. The time to collect depends on how many flights have come in, and how many ...


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I took the flight and went to Israel without my Israeli passport. When I got to the passport control, I started to explain my situation but was told that I did not have to explain anything. "I am letting you in, but to leave you will need your Israeli passport", the official said and that was it.


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Getting to Israeli border control As an Italian citizen you're allowed to enter Israel visa-free, therefore the airline won't mind letting you on the plane. However if asked (by the airline) about your stay, don't mention anything about working or living in Israel, as in this case they would like to see proof of you being allowed to do so, which you won't ...


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There's getting on the airplane... They won't let you on the airplane... Unless your papers are in order for you to enter Israel. As far as the airline is concerned, you're an Italian. Now it looks like, as a citizen of the EU, Israel does not require un italiano to have a visa. So you should be all right. The consequence for the airline is that they ...


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