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For US citizens, Turkish eVisa's are nothing more than a formality. No details are asked during the application process beyond the basics like your name and passport details, and their approval is automatic once you have over your credit card details. There is absolutely nothing stopping you from applying now, as long as your planned entry visit is within ...


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Realistically nobody can answer that question. Most people because they don't know the answer, and the people that do know the answer because they will not be allowed to share it! The level of information sharing between countries is something that is not made public. There are absolutely agreements between specific countries to share information - with ...


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A US citizen cannot be denied entry to the USA, although you can expect to be held at the border for sometime while your citizenship is verified. None of that will matter, because no airline will allow you to board a flight to the US with only a Peruvian passport if you don't have a visa. You should go to the US embassy in Quito who will be able to issue ...


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No, you will not have any issues at all doing this. I have personally taken this exact trip multiple times without any issues. The immigration staff in Japan will know where you flew in from (it's on the card you fill out), but will not care about the fact you've come from China. (Of course, this presumes that there are no other reasons for you to have ...


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You can stay in the Schengen area for a maximum of 90 days in any 180 (the 90/180 rule1). If you've already been in the area for 90 days you must stay away for 90 days before you return. Be aware that if you return after 90 days, planning to stay for another 90 days, sooner or later you will be denied entry as it will appear that you are trying to live in ...


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Since the UK doesn't operate exit checks you can just buy a ticket and fly home. Airlines give passport information about their passengers to the authorities in advance, but the UK's main interest at this point will be to see you gone, so they have no interest in trying to stop you from leaving. Do not expect to be let back in anytime soon (no matter how you ...


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To offer some information about other embassies, in my case as an Spaniard National I have visited embassies of Spain in other countries just to meet the personnel. In countries where the diplomatic mission is very small and the national community they represent is small, the embassy personnel is very open and welcome meeting new visitors. Particularly, ...


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You should think less in terms of "The rules say I can enter Singapore for 90 days" and more in terms of "The rules say the immigration officer can allow me into Singapore for up to 90 days." 90 days is allowed because it should be enough for the vast majority of tourist or business visits. If you want to stay longer than 90 days (and staying for 80 days, ...


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