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You are not eligible and need to apply for a visa. As the document you quote states, people who have traveled to North Korea after March 1, 2011 (with exceptions that presumably do not apply in your case) are no longer eligible to be admitted under the Visa Waiver Program. This is the case whether or not your ESTA is valid; you're seeking to be admitted ...


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You don't need a return ticket, but with you having a boyfriend there, I'd strongly recommend you to get one. If nothing else, a random fully-refundable ticket for a date around the time you suspect you'll return. Also, if staying longer than a month, bring every single piece of documentation proving your ties to the US (signed/stamped employment/school ...


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I was in your exact situation: valid ESTA, but because I travelled to North Korea in 2014, I was caught by this rule change. Like you, I found it ambiguous: it was not clear to me if existing ESTAs were suddenly invalid, or only future applications. I played it safe and got a visa from the London embassy. I was merely asked if I had been there for tourism ...


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On a Norwegian version of Flyertalk, someone reported seeing the CBP's computer screen (mis-angled) showing a list of "high-risk" countries they had been to, on previous passports, without having flown between these countries and the US. So it is not unlikely they will know you've been to North Korea. In other words, I would not risk it if I were you. Get a ...


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It is advised that a minor (up to 18) travel with some form of consent from the parents and/or guardians. Many automobile clubs offer standard forms, most in multiple languages. The Swiss PDF form offers all the languages for the area you wish to travel through. The first page contains information about the minor, the second about the parent/guardian ...


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A return or round trip ticket is not required. However, depending on your entry experience, it may be helpful to demonstrate your intention to return or at least leave. If you are routed to a Border Force Officer, they must be satisfied you are not an overstay risk. If cash is an issue, you can often find award tickets for less than most credit card sign ...


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It's also worth looking into a "Miscellaneous_charges_order" (MCO). Its like an airline ticket, issued by an airline in your home country, but shows a currency amount rather than a flight booking. It is convertable into an airline ticket on demand, with any airline (almost). It is refundable in your home country if not used, but not refundable for cash ...


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All the answers above are good, but I have a bit of additional advice. I'm British, and my wife is American and works for a US airline, so we frequently have family coming to the UK using her cheap travel benefits, who usually stay for a while, so I have some experience on what to expect. If you don't have a return ticket, your first problem will not be ...


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Q1 Enter your marital status as at the application date. You can make your wedding plans clear in the ‘additional information’ section at the end of the application, and in your covering letter What details should a good cover letter contain to back up a UK Visit Visa application? Q2 The application contains a section where the applicant explains who is ...


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As an under 18 you will not be allowed in some or even most hotels and hostels may have additional requirements. The stories do differ, some young people report no problems at all, others report not being able to find hotels at all. The additional requirements hostels seem to ask, when they do want them, is a letter of permission from your parents. The ...


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Per TIMATIC, the database used by airlines: Passports and other documents accepted for entry must be valid for a minimum of 6 months from the arrival date. [With the following exceptions:] Nationals of Thailand are allowed to enter with an expired passport. When nationals of Thailand travel with a Certificate of Identity or a temporary ...


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You have a lot of answers related to your current plan of staying up to six months. This answer questions that whole plan. Your goal is to work out where your current long distance relationship is going, and if it goes well to be able to marry your boyfriend and move to the UK. For that to be feasible, you need to keep a good record with the UK immigration ...


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The UK gives advice to applicants for visas (who are from countries which do not have a visa waiver, like Nigeria). The UK says specifically Don't bother buying an airline ticket; they will not convince us of your intent to leave the UK at the end of your planned visit. Immigration is there to enforce the immigration laws: mainly to make sure visitors don'...


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No, since the International Driving Permit (IDP) has expired it cannot be used. For a new IDP you would need your original driver's licence, so here too it would serve no purpose.


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Per TIMATIC, which is what check-in/gate staff are meant to use: Passports issued to nationals of Sweden must be valid for the period of intended stay. It's a widespread myth (not least in Sweden) that airlines can make up whatever rules they like. They can't, because if denying you boarding despite correct documents, they're obliged to re-book ...


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This is thin ice for an Answer, but I'll bet the reality is: a) The Bolivian government issued this form to be completed by those entering the country; b) The Bolivian government makes airlines distribute the forms to incoming passengers; and c) Sometimes, maybe even most of the time, a Bolivian officer will demand the completed form on arrival.


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What 6+ months validity? There is no such rule. Thailand only requires your passport be valid during your stay, and that is only if you clear immigration. If you remain airside, it doesn't matter at all.


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Some countries requires travelers' passports to be valid on arrival, some that their passports be valid for a specific period after the time of expected travel. Conceivably, some countries might specify different time periods depending upon the nationality or country of residence of the traveler. Countries through which you transit to get to China may, in ...


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The visa officers who process your application at the UK High Commission will be well aware that many people in Pakistan are paid in cash and will happily accept cash basis payslips as evidence of income. A statement from your employer showing your salary, role and start date is also acceptable. Keep in mind that the visa officers will be interested not ...


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During the online application, you should have seen a question asking you if you have a proof of relationship with the host. If you selected No, then it should not be required. If that is the case but it still demands a proof of relationship, contact technical support with the button "Report a Technical Issue", usually they'll get back to you within a few ...


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All you need to include is a document that proves that you own the land, such as the Certificate of Occupancy, or the Deed of Assignment, showing that you are the property owner.


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The invitation letter must include some proof of the person's legal status in Canada. It can be, but it does not necessarily have to be, a copy of the passport. The complete requirements for the invitation letter are on Canada's web site. With respect to proving your inviter's status in Canada, the letter must include: complete name, date of birth, ...


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