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Deportation from Thailand in itself does not make you inadmissible. However, possession of drugs is a criminal offense of moral turpitude which will make you inadmissible. Even if you were not convicted, the standard of proof for admissibility is different. If you already have a visa, no form asks about deportations from other countries. You don’t need to ...


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Since proof of citizenship means you can't be penalized for an overstay, getting an exit stamp is not necessary. But if you really want one badly enough, maybe buy a cheap plane ticket to U.K., get the stamp, then go back out without getting on the plane. Use your proof of citizenship to avoid getting another entry stamp. I don't know whether this would ...


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No need to worry about this mishap. The Schengen Borders Code provides a mechanism with how to deal with this and what is acceptable evidence of having exited: The travel documents of non-EU nationals are systematically stamped upon entry and exit. If a travel document does not bear an entry stamp, it may be presumed that the holder does not fulfil, or ...


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The only record they keep is the stamps in your passport. You can use the UK entry stamp to prove that you left. There's nothing to worry about.


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Currently, Schengen States do not have a central database in which entries/exits are recorded. The evaluation is soley done by physically checking the stamps in your passport. Such a system is however in the process of being implementened: https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/HTML/?uri=CELEX:32017R2226&from=DE I would not worry too much about ...


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A Torn passport is never a good thing when travelling. Depending on the extent of the damage - your problem might be the passport and not only the visa because the passport itself can be deemed invalid and at worse case and can cause you all sorts of delays and uncomfortable situations while travelling Starting from denied boarding and all the way to denied ...


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With the damaged visa stamp and passport, there is a good possibility that you are going to be denied boarding. You have to apply for replacement passport. The ID pages being normal is not enough. Even if its 3-4 pages, they will deny boarding. I have been in a situation where some pages got damaged because of water and ink got spread for passport stamps. ...


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Tell your government that your passport was damaged/spoiled and request a new one. This does not resolve your problem that Qatar considers you a liar. They will send you back and for the rest of your life you will have to answer "yes" if an application asks "have you ever been denied a visa or deported?" This will make it much harder to get future visa, ...


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