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The UK's e-border system collects information about TDI/API for 100% of inbound and outbound flights to and from the UK. This information may be sent up to 48hr before the flight. The e-border system also collects PNR from some of these flights. The e-border system uses complex algorithms to flag travelers. It is also used retrospectively to check ...


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As first rule: never lie. Also a small lie can damage your reputation (trough systems) to many countries. To answer your question: they have you. They are trained to see if you lie. They can ask further questions, and so to have better understanding if you lie. They know how people lie (for experience), but you do not know how they work (so your "original ...


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The UK Government requires Advanced Passenger Information (API) for all passengers travelling internationally into and out of the UK. API involves the capture of a passenger's biographic data and other flight details by the carrier prior to departure and the transmission of the details by electronic means to the Border Control Agencies in the destination ...


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You will need some form of onward ticket. Korean immigration doesn't even enter into it: Without the ticket the airline will not even let you board the flight to Korea. The Airline will check the TIMATIC system mentioned in the other answer, and make sure you have all the necessary documentation. The reason is that if the don't and you fail to get through ...


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I did china visa in seoul. with a business class full flex ticket to Seoul with return date set after 4 months I was just rejected from checking in at dusseldorf airport because I can only stay 3 months without visa.


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