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It really depends. Airline checkin agents are overcautious as in remote case of you being denied, Airline have to pay the fine. From talking to a checkin agent, if the fault is the agent's, the fine will be coming from their paycheck (may vary with airlines). You have three options. Get a new passport or one time travel document from your embassy (...


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Passport is enough proof for a foreign citizen to take domestic flight within United States. So, you would be fine using Canadian passport as proof. TSA Identification list - https://www.tsa.gov/travel/security-screening/identification Foreign government-issued passport is a valid ID.


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I visited the Alhambra on two different days in October 2019, and they checked the passports of almost nobody. I witnessed perhaps 50 interactions with customers showing tickets as I waited in various entry lines, and only once did they ask a visitor for their passport. I don't know what triggered the passport check for this particular customer, but he ...


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Yes, you can travel to Australia with a Polish temporary passport. Timatic, the database which airlines use to verify passenger travel documents, states in relevant part: Passport Exemptions: Nationals of Poland with a temporary passport. Remember to transfer your visa to your new passport before you travel. Since you must do this anyway, you ...


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The existing answer is entirely correct. You should be aware, however, that at some airports near the Mexican border, officers of the US Border Patrol occasionally check the immigration status of travelers as they pass the ID check in the security screening. As a permanent resident, you are in the country legally, but you have a small chance of being cited ...


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What Qatar requires for entry has zero relevance in this, as you're not entering that country. As stated in TIMATIC, the database used at check-in, Australia only requires a valid passport for any and all passenger categories. As such, you can do this trip with no problems.


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All Indian residents having the age of 50 years or more fall in the Non-ECR category (Source). As your mother-in-law is aged over 50, she will not be given an ECR stamp in her passport. The revised list of documents which can be used as proof of date of birth mentions the following: Birth Certificate (BC) issued by the Registrar of Births &...


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Airline will deny you boarding with expired passport. Only thing you can do is go to nearest Indian embassy and renew the passport. It can take two weeks. If it is urgent to travel, you can directly approach the consulate and they will provide an emergency document that is valid only for returning to India. Once you reach India, you can renew it by applying ...


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