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Turns out it was not close to full, when I went in the summer. I asked the attendant, and she said they are never full. So the answer is no, it is not likely to be full. It is in fact very very unlikely.


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The documents you will need to send are: Passport Passport request letter TT Services Consent Form (2 Copies, For each Passport) A Sheet paper with your contact information (Name, Address, Phone & Email) A prepaid Return envelope from UPS, USPS or DHL (For each Passport) Package transmission USD$19.90 (ALSO for each passport; AND If you took the ...


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This looks like a case of personal preference, either one of these two or a third which google maps found for Zach Lipton, going north to start with and using the Washington Bridge, which while a little longer is likely as fast. All things being even (in terms of time / traffic), a good way to decide is how much toll you need to pay, your choice #2 seems ...


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It's certainly allowed to leave the US and re-enter in another status; using the land border or an airport won't change that. Another itinerary to consider is flying to an airport near the Canadian border and then crossing by land to Canada and back. You might find less expensive tickets. It's not legal to work in the US if you enter as a tourist, however,...


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As of July 2019, the (Q) Broadway Express - Brighton Local runs from 96 St - Av on the IND 2nd Av Line down the BMT Broadway Express tracks, across the Manhattan Bridge (south side, facing Brooklyn Bridge), and down the BMT Brighton Beach Line to Coney Island - Stillwell Avenue. It runs on the Manhattan Bridge at all times, including late nights and ...


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