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When issuing the birth certificate, the guidance used to be to laminate it. Now, this guidance has been changed. If you are a child, beware as when applying for a Russian internal passport this needs to be stamped. I had this issue today. I had to cut a bit of the laminate off so it could be stamped. The need for the birth certificate is eliminated when you ...


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The actual regulation doesn't say that the I-94 must be valid, but that the period of stay indicated on the I-94 must be unexpired. That's the reason for the parenthetical mention "unexpired" in the quoted text. 22 CFR 41.112(d)(2)(i) says that the program is available to one who Is in possession of a Form I-94, Arrival-Departure Record, endorsed by DHS ...


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I did not physically sign or scan any form, and everything went through well.


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What happens in cases of force majeure while travelling with a Transit Visa? International law, as such, does not offer any binding recommendations on how to deal with such situations or what host measures host countries must do. The present International Passport Recommendations envolved during the Paris Passport Convention 1920-10-21 Geneva Passport ...


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You must provide a copy of the marriage certificate/contract to obtain a spouse visit visa. Source: The guy who is responsible about helping employees obtain visas in my multi-national company in Saudi Arabia.


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When you visit the Application Support Centre for your biometrics appointment, you should take your current passport, a print out of your application form and a copy of your biometric confirmation receipt. You can print your receipt when you apply online. Detailed guidance on the process is available here https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/usa-apply-...


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Turkish and EU, along with Liechtestein and Swiss citizens (as revealed to me by the police at Ercan Airport - the MFA website isn't fully correct in other words), can use ID cards for short-term visits. So yes, you're all good. If flying, you can transit Turkey without clearing the border, but many ground handling staff don't understand this, so if flying, ...


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VISA Regulations - Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus For the citizens of the European Union: A valid EU passport or national identity card is required Yes, the or makes this clear enough. The usage later of A valid passport is just inprecisly written. Beware that the Republic of Cyprus requires you to enter the island at a proper port of ...


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It's not about the airline, but the ground handling agent. All of them are supposed to use IATA's TIMATIC database to verify documents, which states: Passport Exemptions: - Passengers with a Permanent Resident/Resident Alien Card (Form I-551). However, you may well have to somehow force the staff to actually check TIMATIC, as some lazy employees will ...


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From my own experience as both a bus passenger and travelling via private car as a passenger, the experience differs . My ID was always checked before boarding at Pembroke Dock as a bus passenger and randomly as a car passenger at Rosslare. It seems to depend on the mood of the staff and how busy they are. I have not got a passport yet , but no doubt will ...


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You Cannot Use Your Spouse's Bank Account if they Are Not Travelling with You Unfortunately No. You can only use your partner's bank account as financial support for a Canadian visa if the partner travels with you. Ideally a better option would be for you to have a joint account. As always, make sure that the account supports your application by showing ...


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According to the help file from the Canadian government for filling out the ETA it says the following on the application: Given name(s) / first name(s) Please enter exactly as shown on your passport or identity document Source: https://www.canada.ca/content/dam/ircc/migration/ircc/english/pdf/eta/english.pdf (Page 11) So you should put it in, exactly ...


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If your first and two middle names are printed under ‘Given names’ in your passport, and you are asked to provide ‘Given name(s)’ not ‘First name’, you should include all three. Example: I just applied for an ESTA. I have a first and middle name (I’m known by my middle, not first, name), and my passport shows both names under ‘Given names’ and in the ...


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"my First name only into the Given Name(s) field" If it asked for "first name" a single name might be acceptable. But it didn't. Notice the "(s)". That means that there can be more than one name. Notice the "Given", that means all but your family name, which was inherited not given. The form didn't ask for "First name"; it asked for "Given name(s)". ...


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My name is (based on catholic), using the same form as David's answer: A: given (first) name B: middle name 1 (or second first name) C: middle name 2 (or third first name) D: middle name 3 (or fourth first name) E: family/surname To make things even more complicated, my nickname is different than A; it is not in any official paper. So, on my passport I ...


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Your title question is answered by your question itself: you consider your middle names as middle names, and not as your first name. Thus, I would complete applications so as to track your passport names as closely as possible. In my culture, it'd go like this: A = given (first) name B = middle name #1 C = middle name #2 D = family/surname Like this: ...


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When traveling alone they do check your application on its own merits. Yes, your previous application will likely be checked but your financial circumstances and needs are different now. With your husband and child staying behind, you have much stronger reasons to return home. This may or may not influence how they value your financial situation, it will ...


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