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Or is it not allowed to stay after the days of visa expiry? It is not allowed. Every UK entry clearance has an expiration date. You need to vacate the UK by midnight of that date. If you remain in the UK beyond the expiry, you become an overstayer. To overstay a UK visa is seen by the authorities as full on abuse and they will get very upset with you if ...


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You do not need to return to your own country before your visa expires, you just need to leave. However, waiting until the last minute is usually a bad idea. Any delays or rescheduling (bad weather, for instance) will mean you have to deal with immigration in addition to the flight schedule. Book your return flight for 2-3 days before your visa expires, ...


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There’s a very good chance that if your mother comes back to the USA after just two months following a five month stay, that the immigration control officer will conclude that she has immigration intent and that she shouldn’t be using a B1/B2 non-immigrant visa but instead should return to Nepal and apply for a family immigration visa (which may take years ...


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As you are coming from Australia (direct I presume), you only need a valid Nepalese passport to enter India. If you had planned to enter India from Nepal (and not Australia), you wouldn't even need a passport. Conversely if your plan is to enter India from China, Pakistan, Hong-Kong, Macau and Maldives, you will require a visa. As per Bureau of Immigration (...


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I suspect that you do need a transit visa. First of all, your travel agent is incorrect that "no passengers will be getting off"; it is possible to book travel on flight SQ1 from SFO to HKG only, with HKG as your final destination. You can try it out on the Singapore Airlines website. So this isn't a true technical stop. There will likely be people ...


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For those who contemplate the adventures of international travel to Europe there is always a starting point where the first steps are taken. For people who need visas to travel to Europe (that includes YOU in this particular case), the first step is to define your agenda. It means an itinerary of where in Europe you want to go, where you expect to say, and ...


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My uncle has a visa valid for six month which was issued in April. And he is intending to visit UK in around 1st of October which is apparently 10 days beforehand of expiry date. Read it VERY carefully. The visa is valid for six months from its start date or the stay is valid for six months from date of arrival ? Visitor visas can be issued for start ...


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This question will tell you how to find out if you need a visa. However, something seems a bit weird here. There aren't any Ryanair London - Paris flights that I know of - according to their website you can only fly from Manchester to Paris (Beauvais). The Copenhagen flights go to London Stansted and London Luton, both quite a long way from Manchester. Are ...


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Israel is a different country. To enter a different country, you'll need a visa for that country. So no, if you have a visa for Egypt, it does not entitle you to visit Israel. You'll need to obtain an Israeli visa for Nepalese citizens.


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You do require a visa. 1. Nationals of the following countries are NOT included in the visa-free entry into Jeju Special Self-Governing Province (24 countries) Iran, Sudan, Syria, Macedonia, Cuba, Kosovo, Palestine, Afghanistan, Iraq, Ghana, Nigeria, Yemen, Egypt, Gambia, Senegal, Bangladesh, Kyrgyz, Pakistan, Somalia, Uzbekistan, Nepal, ...


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We cannot know how the UK will decide. Fraud is a very bad thing on your record; if you lied then, why should people believe you now? Trying to conceal the deportation is a very bad idea. So far you lied to South African officials, but the UK will take lies to an UK official much more seriously. You are not trying to enter for work, you are trying to enter ...


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Yes, this will definitely affect negatively your chances of getting a UK visa. The visa application asks you about previous deportations and refusals, so you will need to tell the UK authorities about it. If you do not do so, that is considered fraud and will attract an effective ban from the UK as well as South Africa. And yes, it is extremely likely that ...


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Applicants for a business visa require an invitation letter, but visit visas do not. http://www.chinese-embassy.org.uk/eng/visa/rcgadq/t519931.htm Your family will be accompanying you as visitors, therefore IMHO it’s not necessary for the inviting company to include their names in the invitation letter, unless the company is covering all or part of their ...


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You can submit a Subject Access Request to request your personal information and data held by UK Visa and Immigration. The standard waiting period for a response is up to 40 days, but there is also a Fast Track system you may be able to take advantage of - its in the same link above.


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How can I get my checked in baggage at B (Kuala Lumpur)? Your first flight from Manila to Kuala Lumpur is through Air Asia which lands at KLIA2. Your second flight from Kuala Lumpur to Kathmandu is through Malindo Air which departs from Main Klia (Kuala Lumpur International Airport) which is a separate terminal and you definitely need to clear customs and ...


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You should create an account at Visa4UK and apply as a Standard Visitor. It's best practices to examine the rules in Appendix V carefully. You should also read the guidance to help you prepare your evidence. Applications in Nepal are submitted at the Visa Application Centre in Kathmandu and sent on to the visa section in New Delhi (or processed locally if ...


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Yes, according to the embassy website, you need a visa. Even for 1 hour, as long as you get outside of the international zone of the airport, you will need a visa.


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Air Asia and Malindo Air do not have an interlining agreement, so its probable that you may have to go to the baggage hall in Kuala Lumpur, collect your baggage and recheck it. The following advice is available on the KLIA airport website: Kindly proceed through the Arrival Immigration check-point, collect your luggage (if any) and clear through Customs ...


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There are many spouses who do not work, and there are quite a few of them who travel with their spouses. Your situation is not unheard of. Of course consular officers by nature will scrutinize people without jobs a little more however it's normal. Apply with the same supporting documents that a typical candidate will provide showing signs of ties to your ...


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TIMATIC, the database used by airlines, states: TWOV (Transit Without Visa): Visa required, except for Passengers transiting through Seoul (ICN) with a confirmed onward ticket for a flight to a third country within 24 hours. They must stay in the international transit area of the airport and have documents required for the next destination. So if you ...


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Assuming you live in Dubai: As of September 1st, 2019, all visa applications will be processed by the consular service of the Embassy of France in Abu Dhabi. Visa applicants residing in the United Arab Emirates will have the option to apply either to Dubai VFS Center, which remains open, or to the VFS Center in Abu Dhabi. That said, all information on how ...


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You do need a visa as you are transiting for more than 12 hours: Passengers transiting at an airport in the Kingdom with a view to catching a scheduled connecting flight within 12 hours of their arrival without the intention of clearing immigration procedure, do not require a visa. They must however be inspected by the competent authorities upon arrival ...


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If you don't pass immigration in Panama you don't need a visa: International travellers in transit in Panama do not require a visa provided they don't pass immigration and are staying less than nine hours. (Source: VisaGuide) A Colombia visa is not required: A visa is not required for direct airside transit through Colombia. Traveler must be in ...


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As per Timatic, the database used by airlines: Residents of Italy with an expired Residence Permit are permitted to re-enter Italy. They must also have a receipt issued by the Italian Post Office or Police Department proving that they have applied for the new residence permit in less than 60 days after the expiration date. They must ...


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it looks like you will need a visa to visit the Schengen countries, and an extra visa for any non-Schengen countries you wish to visit. If you plan to leave the Schengen countries and then come back into them (e.g. Romania -> Schengen -> UK -> Schengen -> Romania) then you will need a multiple-entry Schengen visa. All the info for you is here.


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Nepal and Bhutan nationals if entering India by land or air from the Nepal or Bhutan border respectively do not require a passport for entering into India. However, they are required to possess, authorized identity proof. Further if they are entering India from a place other than their own country then possession of passport is a must. No you do not ...


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Yes. You can apply for the Visa while in Bangkok. The DIPB website explains the process, which will require completing the forms and submitting via post/courier, or in person through the agent VFS Global. Do not make the mistake of assuming you can get one of the free visas. Nepal is not recognised under that program.


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As long as you have a valid visa, a valid passport, evidence of funds to support yourself while there, and an exit flight/bus/train/boat, there's very little reason to think they won't let you in. In terms of the visa, as long as it's still within the validity period, it won't be an issue.


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