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This depends obviously on your route. You should be ok in France, Netherlands and Germany. In Denmark you need to get to Zealand, which is an island. You can take either the Puttgarden/Rodby ferry from Germany or go the long way around over the Storebælt bridge. The bridge is cheaper but also a considerable detour. Cost depends on vehicle and number of ...


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Given that you have visited Iran within the past 5 years, you are not eligible to enter the US using the Visa Waiver Program (VWP). If you attempt to obtain an ESTA (which is required in order to travel under the VWP), then your application will be rejected based on you answering Yes to the question regarding visiting Iran. However, you are eligible to ...


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To enter the US by land, you don't need ESTA, but you do need an I-94. You can get one at the border, but your trip will go more smoothly if you get it in advance. For reasons I do not understand, you can only do that if you have ESTA authorization. One source for this assertion is Citizen of Visa Waiver Country, wants to drive into U.S. from Canada or ...


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Regarding your plan to come back to the US later in the year to get married: Did you already file the paperwork for your K1 visa? If so, that could raise some warning flags when trying to enter the country. Having a return ticket and other proof of ties to the UK (current lease agreement, job, ...) might be useful. If you haven't filed the paperwork, ...


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Yes, all this is fine. Some people have been denied entry to the US when coming to the US even temporarily to marry a US citizen, so you will see advice online (even sometimes from immigration lawyers) saying that you need a fiancee visa for this purpose. But the State Department's Foreign Affairs Manual says that a B-2 visa is appropriate for this purpose:...


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