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According to the visitor in transit visa page: Documents you need To apply for a Visitor in Transit visa, you must have a current passport or other valid travel identification document. You need to provide evidence that you’re allowed to enter the country you’re travelling to, such as a: residence permit green card valid visa ...


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Yes, you need it as you have transit more than 19 hours All the passengers holding Pakistani, Nepalese, Bangladeshi or Sri Lankan passport traveling via Thailand with transit over 12 hours in Bangkok are now required to get transit visa prior to travel. They may be denied boarding if they don't get a visa prior to travel. However, the layover in Bangkok is ...


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To answer your listed questions: It will depend on whether kiwi booked the actual flights unter a single PNR. It is not neccessarily the case that they will, even with airlines with interline agreements, they can still buy different tickets under different PNRs for you, as this may or may not make the whole booking cheaper. You will have to wait for the ...


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You can transit Canada using any type of temporary resident visa (tourist, business, student, etc). A separate transit visa is not required. Note that on this itinerary you won't pass through Canada immigration anyway; you will go directly through the transit corridor to US preclearance. (This doesn't apply if you have separate tickets or your checked ...


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Inputting your data into Timatic (the database used by airlines) yields these results: TWOV (Transit Without Visa): Visa required, except for Nationals of India transiting through Frankfurt (FRA) or Munich (MUC), arriving from a non-Schengen Member State with a confirmed onward ticket for a flight within 24 hours to a third country which is not a ...


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My understanding is that as these are two separate flights, you will need to go through immigration to claim your bags and check back in. As your final destination is Greece, I assume you have a valid Schengen visa. If that is the case you can apply for a Turkish e-visa. India: Diplomatic passport holders are exempt from visa for their travels to ...


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According to Timatic, the system used by airlines https://www.timaticweb2.com/integration/external.php?ref=d975cfc59f5c0abd06d16e872198110b, transit without a visa is available for 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 ...


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You will be able to apply for a 48 hour transit visa that will allow you to leave the airport if you so wish. You are responsible for your own activities during this layover. The airline does not arrange anything other than the visa sponsorship. Transit visas for 48 hours are issued free of charge to passengers transiting through the UAE’s airports. You ...


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Transit Visa: The Transit Visa is issued to foreign nationals who require a visa to enter Malaysia on transit to other countries. Foreign nationals on transit without leaving the airport premises and who continue their journey to the next destination with the same flight do not require a transit visa. TWoV (Transit without Visa) The Transit Without Visa (...


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Just leaving answer here for any future readers (if any). I got in touch with Border control in Munich Airport. According to them, I cannot transit through Germany if I do not have either Schengen Visa or Temporary Resident Card. With my current situation, I can directly go from Poland to India but I cannot transit through any other Schengen area without ...


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After the trip, I can narrate my experience. During my onward journey, I had a 12-hour layover and I explored both Changi International Airport(beautiful airport) as well as Singapore city. In case you plan on leaving the airport (and you are Indian or Chinese), you need either a transit VISA, or you need a residence permit (non-immigrant F1 visa counts) ...


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