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With your multiple-entry visa you can come and go in the Schengen Area as many times as you like. Just make sure that you do not spend more than 90 days in total in the Schengen Area and that you do not stay beyond the validity period. Your visa type D is valid for Germany, but allows for visits to the other Schengen States, with the possible exception of ...


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If you have multiple PNRs, it's possibly not a single booking, but two separate tickets. Better check directly with the airline to see if you can have your baggage checked through or if you absolutely must re-check it yourself. According to the Roma Self Connect tool on the website of FCO, you'll have to go through immigration, collect and recheck your ...


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You do not need a Transit visa if: You have an Indian passport; and you arrive and depart by air have a confirmed onward flight that leaves on the day you arrive or before midnight on the day after you arrive have the right documents for your destination (eg a visa for that country); and you’re traveling from the Republic of Ireland and it’...


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At Shanghai Pu Dong airport the desk for all visa related applications are located just before passport control you really cannot miss it as you come downstairs to go through the health checkpoint before passport control


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Here are the requirements for TVOW TWOV (Transit Without Visa): Passengers transiting through Dublin (DUB) with a confirmed onward ticket for a flight to a third country. They must: arrive at and depart from Terminal 2, and be transiting between 04:00 and 16:00 on the same calendar day, and stay in the international transit area of the ...


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The company Pul Express specialises in invitations and visas for travel to Russia, Belarus, and Kazakhstan. They have advised me: tragen sie bitte als Einreise Datum von Russischesvisum minus 2 tage und als Ausreise plus 2 Tage. which means Please write for entry the date of the Russian visa minus two days and as exit the date of the Russian visa ...


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Be aware that your route might not be possible at all, at least not legally. Foreigners are not allowed to cross the border between Belarus and Russia by land even if they hold visas for both countries. The reason for this is the lack of border checkpoints between the two countries. With no border formalities on the train, you, technically, enter Russia ...


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On 10 July 2019, the Belarusian Telegraph Agency wrote: The agreement on mutual recognition of visas is technically ready, awaits a political decision, State Secretary of the Belarus-Russia Union State Grigory Rapota said in an interview with the Belarus 1 TV channel on 9 July, BelTA has learned. So, as of 10 July 2019, it is not yet in force, and no ...


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The Irish Department of Justice and Equality provides a page where you can check the requirements. By entering the details you provided in your question (Indian citizen, transiting in Ireland) you reach this page. The headline "You do not need a transit visa" is unfortunately misleading in your case, as the page lists further conditions which apply to ...


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The airline is perfectly capable of telling you whether a visa is needed in this scenario; they have a shared database called Timatic which is used for this purpose, and they use it to verify your documents when you check in for your flight. It's not clear why they refused to tell you over the phone, but I can make some uncharitable guesses. Anyway, ...


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According to this website (Embassy of Japan in Canada), the cost of a transit visa is C$8.00. By the way: No visa required for all nationalities if you are transiting through Japan within the same airport without leaving the secured area. (Source.)


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The page Traveller cites answers the question, but is confusing. Restated: you won't need an Irish visa if all the following is true: a) You arrive and depart DUB at Terminal 2, b) Your arriving flight arrives and your departing flight leaves between 0400 hours and 1600 hours, and c) You arrive and depart on the same calendar day. Each transit (westbound ...


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Yes, you can. Dubai and Abu Dhabi are in the same country, namely the United Arab Emirates (UAE), and if you have a visa for the UAE, you can travel anywhere in the country.


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As of this writing, Indian citizens with "ordinary" (i.e., not diplomatic or service) passports need an airport transit visa only in the Czech Republic, Germany, and Spain. They do not need an airport transit visa for transit in Italy, as you have found at the page linked in the question. So your family members will not require an airport transit visa for ...


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YES.you should take transit visa before you travel. The following categories of travellers are eligible to transit through Australia without applying for a visa if they also meet the criteria below: Citizens of the following countries: Andorra, Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Brunei, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, ...


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Timatic is the best source for such queries, which says that you don't need a visa. It is also confirmed in the FAQ of Official Electronic Visa Portal of Azerbaijan: Do I have to obtain a visa if I do not leave the international transit area? No. You do not have to get a visa if you are not going to leave the international transit area.


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Assuming you have a single ticket connecting through Singapore, you are eligible for VFTF and do not need a Singaporean visa. ICA is the official site of Singapore Immigration and is authoritative here. VFS is a commercial visa service and their page doesn't directly contradict the ICA site, they just don't mention the VFTF at all. Obligatory note: you're ...


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