Probably you do not need a sticker. UK is a signatory of Vienna convention on Road traffic (list of signatory). The last annotation from UK were done this year (2019, mostly about status in Gibraltar, the Bailiwick of Guernsey and the Bailiwick of Jersey), so it seems that UK accept it.
The annex 3 defines the country identification, either with the sticker ...
This is not a visa question, it is a custody question. If officials anywhere in the world believe that you are abducting the minor (according to the law where you currently are) they may stop you.
So for any step of the voyage you have to check the local requirements.
Since both Ireland and Germany are in the same customs union, any customs check is unlikly.
Also this not a matter of endangered species but of shells commonly found on a sea shore, may be considered a natural process.
There are countries or areas which don't like certain natural products being 'stolen' (Sardinia and other vacation islands)
sand and ...
Your car registration certificate has to be recognised by other EU countries when you travel or move to another EU country.
Car registration documents and formalities
To avoid fines, you should always look into national laws but...
...registration and road-worthiness tests are matters of the member state where you normally reside. If German police thinks ...
Further researching into the topic, sources are very few. I found this thread with some useful information:
A guy was driving from poland to the UK with a UK registered (his) vehicle when he was stopped by the German Bundespolizei on entering Germany. ...
As you are no collector of shells it is very likely you will not recognize protected species, especially as shells can come to the beach far from where they live.
If there is a wildlife ranger or other specialist available to you in Ireland, ask.
If they are a protected species it does not matter you found them already dead, as there is no visible ...
According to Finland Abroad you can have your document authenticated for use abroad by:
Pakistani documents must be legalised at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Pakistan. After that they can be sent directly to the competent Finnish authorities, who will decide if they approve the documents or not.
That being said:
Norwegian Embassy in Islamabad no ...
From Finland Abroad:
Finland does not have a mission in Pakistan.
In consular matters, you can seek advice from the missions of the other Nordic countries or EU countries.
Sweden has the closest bonds with Finland so I'd suggest visiting that embassy, located in Islamabad.
Some Swedes speak Finnish naturally, but the Danish, Icelanders and Norwegians ...
Albania is a signatory party of the Vienna Convention on Road Traffic and therefore should follow road rules similar to other European Countries. This includes yielding to vehicles coming from the right side they have priority (or left if driving in UK and other left-hand driving counties). Unless otherwise specified, this rule also applies in roundabouts: ...
The Cuba sanctions are under 31 CFR § 515 and the relevant part is:
31 CFR § 515.560 - Travel-related transactions to, from, and within Cuba by persons subject to U.S. jurisdiction
Well, are you subject to U.S. jurisdiction?
31 CFR § 515.329 - Person subject to the jurisdiction of the United States; person subject to U.S. jurisdiction.
(b) Any person ...