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In the past there were restrictions on Bangladeshi ciitzens entering India by air, but these are no more. You can enter or exit India via any of the 24 international airports or two land checkpoints indicated, in addition to any port of entry printed on your visa. There is no restriction regarding the country you traveled from when entering, or the country ...


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Federal law very generally allows an adult non-felon citizen to transport a firearm across state lines under 18 U.S. Code § 926A, provided he or she can legally possess it at both origin and destination: Notwithstanding any other provision of any law or any rule or regulation of a State or any political subdivision thereof, any person who is not otherwise ...


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It's certainly true that there are often areas in airports (including Norwegian airports) where photography is forbidden -- most frequently in the security control zone. Here's an example from Sandefjord Airport in Torp, near Oslo (source): As you can see, there's a sign at the entrance clearly indicating the prohibition in Norwegian and English (circled in ...


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In general, your friend would probably be well advised paying the fine or get a traffic lawyer, if they feel it's not justified. It seems pretty clear that it is though. In your comments you mention that the employer / owner of the car "supports" her, but it seems to me that they just don't care. I guess if she leaves within the normal window for paying ...


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While most advice on the internet is that only the US Consulates can notarize, I took #missvea's advice and asked a "notaire" to "certify" my signature. The stamps & process are nearly identical to the notary process in the US. Honestly, it looks just like a US notarization. And there is law (Hague Convention?) that states that the US must recognize ...


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