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Now i get it!, It IS a visa warning. You got the warning because you were a visa national (needed an Irish Visa) and wanted to obtain a waiver claiming to be family member of an EU citizen, but were unable to convince them completely. But for reasons unknown to me, or in compassion, you were allowed a limited entry. Please note: if you state on your ...


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they stamped my passport with permission to remain That's not a refusal. A refusal is when they make you sit in the office until the next boat comes, escort you to the boat, and make you go back to the UK. Merely getting called into the office and being made to sit around for hours while they decide what to do with you, isn't anything at all (as far as ...


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If the wording is as you've stated, then it just refers to entries into the US and you may safely put "No". "Have you ever sought to obtain or assist others to obtain a visa, entry into the United States, or any other United States immigration benefit by fraud or willful misrepresentation or other unlawful means?"


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No, security requires the bottles be removed from the original packaging. The Heathrow.com page on Security contains this text about carrying liquids with you into the cabin: Liquids - 100 ml rule Only limited quantities of liquids may be carried through airport security into the departure lounge. This includes bottled drinks, suntan lotion, fragrances, ...


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There is an extremely high chance that your passport was stolen to be used for fraudulent purposes. Therefore you should report your passport as stolen immediately following the instructions found on the linked US governmental webpage. You might have to go to the nearest police station to file a lost/stolen report. Then, you should contact your nearest US ...


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Generally speaking, no. What they want to see is not simply a large amount of money, they want to see documented, legal income balanced against reasonable expenses, with income in excess of expenses. Gayot Fow explains this at length in another answer. Your case would be his second example under "Funds Parking."


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Whitley Bridge is a rural station in Yorkshire, near Leeds, about 250 km north of London. According to Wikipedia it is only served by a few trains a day, so unless you are traveling at exactly the right time, you'll need to take a taxi or local bus from a nearby station with better service, such as Selby, Knottingley or one of the Pontefract stations. If ...


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After a week in Paris, I came to the UK via the EuroStar. As a Canadian citizen, the passport machine let me in. No questions asked. Phew!


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Scouting campsites can be run by local groups or by bigger regions or national scouting organizations or by commercial camp sites. There are no national or international rules whether campsites not used by groups can be made available to individual guests. In the UK (and many other countries) there are rules about whom is allowed to work or even be with ...


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You must tell the truth. UK visa applications ask about previous immigration history. The ‘five eyes’ countries (USA, Canada, UK, Australia, and New Zealand) share immigration data. Just an opinion, but with that record it’s highly unlikely you’d be able to convince a UK ECO that you are a genuine visitor per V4.2 https://www.gov.uk/guidance/immigration-...


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The UK specifically states that evidence of travel bookings is not required when applying for a visitor visa (see section 4 https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/visitor-visa-guide-to-supporting-documents/guide-to-supporting-documents-visiting-the-uk) Therefore, IMHO, in theory if you qualify for the visa and the trip is purely for tourism the fact ...


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Your BRP is evidence of your immigration status in the UK https://www.gov.uk/biometric-residence-permits You will have to show it along with your valid national passport before you begin your return journey, and again when you re-enter the United Kingdom. The permit proves that you are allowed to return to the United Kingdom, but it cannot be used instead of ...


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Putting them in checked package is simpler and safer. In theory you cannot leave such bottles on the original packages, but if you do not have other liquids, you may interpret that the original packages is the transparent bag. Often you can pass the security check in similar cases: security staff can see the interior (and check which kind of liquid and size)...


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No. The airline won't care about US visas at that point, they'll want to see a valid UK visa. On the way BACK to the US you'll need to show the new H1B


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There is not a lot online on how pets are considered for ties to home country, but the fact that they are never mentioned in the lists with options shows they are not considered any strong tie. While you feel the dog as a family member, immigration officers do not. Likely out of experience as too many people would not return home to get back to the dog and ...


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Intended travel date = the date that you start to travel Date of arrival = the date that you come to the destination


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