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I don't know specifically about Ohio, but I've been called for both federal and state jury service in New York. In both cases, I was called for a time during a trip out of town. In both cases, I received a postponement because of my plans. If I recall correctly, my statement to that effect was sufficient to have the service postponed without having to ...


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You don't have to seek out some special place for last minute deals. There are plenty of websites that do this - just search for "last minute deals". Alternatively, you can just go to your favourite airline's website and see where you can go tomorrow within your budget, then go to your favourite hotel chain's website and see what they have for that ...


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An ESTA is not a physical object, it is an electronic record. From the ESTA FAQ: Do I need to bring a printout or digital copy of my travel authorization to the airport? No. DHS will be able to communicate a traveler's ESTA status to the carriers. However, DHS recommends that travelers print out the travel authorization application response in order ...


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If you google 'last minute travel deals', you'll find plenty of sites, including lastminute.com, which have deals like this. I also subscribe to travelzoo, they have a last minute section too (eg for the UK), where I once got a crazy cheap flight from London to Vancouver, Canada with mere days of notice.


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The most flexible search engine I've used to find flights is Adioso. You start by selecting your origin airport, then: Destination, which you can either select from cities, or airports, up to whole regions or continents. Departure date, which can be specific date or ranges, including entire months, or even anytime. Trip length to exactly or about some ...


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I tend to use SkyScanner to search for flights- it will let you choose where you fly from/ to (airport/ city/ country, etc) or you can specify where you want to fly from, and leave the destination empty to search for all flights from that location. I have found some pretty good deals through there- UK to various places in Europe for under £100 return, London ...


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I can't speak for TSA, but generally, I don't see why not. Over the years I have flown with laptops (more than one at the same time), all kinds of components and even an IKVM without any problem. A tower is not that different from a laptop. Just be sure there aren't any sharp parts that might be seen as dangerous. Also, be sure the tower is within the ...


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Yes, you can buy the pass there, but only until 4:20 pm each day. Perhaps 50 feet ahead of the entrance station is a sign showing all of the available fees and passes. The Interagency Annual Pass (the official name for this pass) is listed, along with the other variants (senior, military, access pass, etc).


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The best answer anyone will be able to give you is 'maybe', as it will depend a lot on the exact situations - and in particular the reason that your visa was refused. The US is often relatively strict when it comes to giving B1/B2 visas to people from VWP-eligible countries, and generally will require them to provide a suitable reason why they would not be ...


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Yes, it might. According to https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/tourism-visit/visa-waiver-program.html a recent visa refusal for any reason could result in denial of ESTA authorization, additional review at the port of entry, or denial of admission to the United States. See also ESTA validity after a visa denial


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There are also Virtual Assistant services that will add a personal touch to this and can help you go through the masses of options out there so you dont have to, just tell them your requirements and your budget and let them do the hard work on your behalf. AnyHelper and ButlerBobs.com are two of the bigger ones. Disclosure: I am the founder and owner of ...


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When you declare the chocolates you will likely be sent to agricultural inspection. However, at least at the time we typically arrive, this is very short. Your bags go through an x-ray, they may ask you to open some of them so they can look at anything the x-ray picked out as being of possible interest. I don't believe it has ever added even 10 minutes to ...


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The answer to how far in advance you can book an appointment at a particular NEXUS enrollment center seems to depend on the enrollment center. There do not appear to be any solid rules there. The only way to determine the dates that are currently available for selection is to go to the scheduler, select the enrollment center, and browse the available dates. ...


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