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You would typically prove that with some sort of birth certificate or a similar document stating that you have the same parent(s), i.e. that your father and/or your mother have the same name, date and place of birth. Obviously, you would have to provide a birth certificate for the sponsor and another one for the applicant. In some countries, it's also ...


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Not official, but a few comments on a number of cases... It doesn't really matter, really, but I would opt for the format "with space" in output, and of course accept with or without space in any input. "Full" flight designators (airline + flight number) can use either IATA 2-character airline designators or ICAO 3-letter airline designators. I believe ...


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Is there any official source that tells if "with" or "without space" should be used one instead of the other, or if they both are officially accepted, when should one be used and when the other? It's a good question, because I have the same question. The short answer, is IATA seems to be inconsistent on the issue. It doesn't give a lot of examples, but in ...


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First of all, thanks to Crazydre for his answer and guidance through this tedious procedure of obtaining a transit waiver. Until now I have not received a confirmation from the Hunagarian police and there are some financial consequences if I don't cancel the trip today. Sometimes this kind of requests take time, I get that. I should have done this earlier. ...


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A Dutch citizen cannot possibly be refused entry to their own country; simple as that! Austria has no entry restrictions at the internal Schengen border (e.g. from Germany/Hungary). Germany allows entry for professionals on duty such as deliverers. The obstacle will be Hungary, which refuses entry to all foreigners except EU/EFTA citizens residing there ...


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The UK rules, as show on the official UK check if you need a visa website state that you can transit without a visa with a landside transit (going through immigration) on the next day if: you arrive and depart by air have a confirmed onward flight that leaves on the day you arrive or before midnight on the day after you arrive have the right ...


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Since the dissolution of the Border Force NICE unit, there's no Border Force unit that liaises with the general public. Per TIMATIC, the database used by airlines: Visa required, except for [...] making a landside transit with a confirmed onward ticket for a flight to a third country that departs before 23:59 the next day. They must [...] have an ...


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You need to apply for a visa. The UK does not issue visas at the border, and people using 1951 convention travel documents are not eligible for visa free entry, since the UK suspended its participation in the European Agreement on the Abolition of Visas for Refugees in 2003.


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I was using an Irish passport card in one hotel in Benidorm. The receptionist insisted it was only a I.D. card and would not listen. She actually laughed out loud at my apparent stupidity. However I succeeded in the end without an apology.


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