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There's no need to complicate things by entering Romania as a Canadian, being that expired Romanian passports (or anything proving nationality, including but not limited to ID cards) are accepted for entry And no, there's nothing to be declared to the Canadians


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I'd certainly submit that document. It might not be a government/airline, but it's some evidence with your name on it indicating where and when you were. The suggested documents are useful because they're common, accurate and hard to forge. They're also often available. However, many people (most?) don't keep boarding passes, and in that case emails and ...


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This is very much a matter of judgement on the part of the border officer. There is no magic number. I have seen (on Border Security) a person with $8 and no bank account allowed in because the people he was staying with assured the officer they would cover all his food and expenses while he stayed with them. I've seen an American coming in near Vancouver ...


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Simple: You're going for business, so you need a business (B1) visa. Attending a company meeting is a perfect example of a valid business need. However, the US most commonly issues the combined B1/B2 visa, which is valid for either purpose, and you'll most likely get one of these if you apply.


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Have entered Bolivia twice by bus from Chile, and left once by bus (to Peru). Every time at the border (once it opened), every single passenger was required to disembark and go through immigration. One possible reason is that they have rest breaks and multiple stops as well, meaning if you were trying to 'sneak' into Bolivia, you'd have a chance. ...


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Romanians can't enter Ukraine with an ID card; only Ukrainian and Turkish citizens can. So you have to go to Poland through Hungary and Slovakia. EDIT: as a dual Romanian-Ukrainian citizen, you can use your Romanian ID to enter the Schengen Area (in your case through Poland)


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It Depends Typically, in the United States (I am not sure which country your friend's passport is from), there is not a problem so long as the chip is working. I'm confident that is the same in Europe, as I've traveled throughout with what you're describing. [I hold a USA passport with a work visa in the UAE] However When I took the same, worn passport ...


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Officially you do not need a return ticket. However, also considering your situation, it will be very helpful to secure entry for yourself. eTA is not a visa that guarantees you entry, but a preliminary clearance. Once you arrive in Canada, you will have to convince the border service officer, that you are a genuine visitor, fulfill the terms of the ...


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A pilot e-visa program launched in 2017 allows visitors from 40 eligible countries to apply for visas online through the Vietnam Immigration Department. E-visas are single-entry, valid for 30 days, and cost US $25. While you apply online, and can print visa, you still have to present it for validation when you enter Vietnam, actually serving as a Visa on ...


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I agree with @Mark but suspect whatever evidence you provided would have made very little difference, if any. Visa authorities rarely if ever ask for what towns and cities, or villages or neighbours, applicants have visited within their own country. What they care about are border crossings. Hence passport stamps that show these, and visas that show ...


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Not without the help of a competent lawyer. After having criminal record in the U.K. and a subsequent deportation, any generic advice is not going to help you at all.


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So I've found here which is the procedure for it: passport 2” x 2” passport-type photo yellow fever vaccination certificate bank statement travel itinerary (we printed a map with our itinerary) proof of stay in Bolivia (we booked a refundable night in a hostel in La Paz, got the email confirmation, then cancelled it) proof of entering Bolivia (we copied the ...


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(since I am unsure of your citizenship - as far as I understood, you are Moroccan - I am answering for both). For both Moroccan and Romanian nationals, one can travel to the Philippines visa free for 30 days, provided your passport is valid for at least 6 months beyond your intended period of stay in the Philippines Source: http://consular.dfa.gov.ph/...


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