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In principle, there's no problem. As a Romanian citizen you can enter Israel without a visa for up to 3 months. In practice, security considerations play a dominant role, and provide almost no transparency. You may be denied entry if authorities suspect you of being a risk to Israel, and there are no hard rules saying how they determine this. Being ...


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Both no Visa required and Visa required tourists are allowed for 90 days in Japan. There is an exception if you have 30 million yen and you and your spouse can stay in Japan for 1 year. Source: https://www.japan-guide.com/e/e2221.html


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Yes, you need a visa. You may be able to get it free of charge because Spain apparently extends to family of its own citizens rights similar to those extended to the family of European Union citizens. You say you are already in contact with the Spanish consulate. You should ask there to apply for a visa as the spouse of a Spanish citizen.


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There is definitely a risk attached to trying to use a short-term study visa granted for a specific internship to enter the UK as a visitor to attend a totally unconnected conference. Immigration Rule 321A (1) provides that a person’s leave to enter may be cancelled at port or while the holder is outside the UK if there has been a change in circumstances ...


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@ugoren answer is basically true - but just adding a bit - As for the available information to security personnel - On most passports ( actually, to my knowledge - all ) there is a 'place of birth' - regardless of the nationality. if yours states 'Palestinian authority' or any other city name that can be linked to those territories or to Israel - than it ...


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I would like to know the list of documents I should provide... Since you are recently married, you will probably be suspected of a "marriage of convenience," but evidence that you live together should overcome that, so do include something showing that you live together. Other than that, all you need is your passports and your marriage certificate. If the ...


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I visited the Spanish consulate. They asked for minimum info, no finances etc. They just asked for international health insurance. I will get the insurance and send them my passport by mail. I'll keep the post updated.


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