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I am an Indian national residing in the United States of America under a non-immigrant visa. I am travelling to India via Tokyo and Singapore and returning on the same path. For Japan visas, there is a twenty-four-hour hotline for the U.S.A. that you can call +1-888-671-4583 for all visa enquiries. I got this information from the Japan Consulate General at ...


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You can stay in the airport transit area without a transit visa. There are airside hotels, so you do not necessarily need a visa at all. But if you want to pass immigration and enter Dubai, you can use this process: Since you booked your flight with flydubai, you can apply for the 96-hour transit visa which lets you leave the airport and enter Dubai. You ...


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I've chosen to post an answer as this is a corner case not clearly explained by either the linked duplicate or the UK web site. Is your residence permit the new format (IRP) which is red and blue and has a bull and stars above your photo? If yes, then you can transit without visa, as this is the EU common format residence permit, and the UK allows EU ...


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A reasonable routing to get from India to Jamaica would be via either Istanbul, Paris, or Amsterdam to Panama City, and thence to Montego Bay or Kingston. Neither Panama, Turkey, the Netherlands, nor France require airport transit visas for Indian citizens.


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Timatic says that you will need a visa for Thailand: Transit - Thailand (TH) TWOV (Transit Without Visa): Passengers transiting through Bangkok (BKK) with a confirmed onward ticket for a flight to a third country within 12 hours. They must stay in the international transit area of the airport and have documents required for the next destination. ...


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I've known about the VFTF for a few years and I've never heard of it applying to only one leg of a journey, unless the qualifying visa is single entry. In that case the restriction is that it can only be used to travel directly from that country to your home country via Singapore after it has been used. Travellers with Single Journey Visas (SJV) may still ...


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Don't book that flight without a UK Standard Visitor visa. You actually need a UK visa or an Irish visa endorsed BC BIVS to enter the UK traveling to Dublin. A transit visa is not good enough, as you have two stops in the Common Travel Area and must cross immigration in London.


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Filipino citizens don't need a visa to transit at Mexico City (MEX) airport, provided you stay in the international transit area and your layover is less than 24 hours. You wouldn't be able to transit without a visa at TIJ or any other Mexican airport, though. Neither do you need a transit visa for Japan. Timatic, the database which airlines to use to ...


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