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When you go to the I-94 website, you have to agree to a warning: By accessing this website, you understand and acknowledge that: You are declaring under penalty of perjury pursuant to 28 U.S. Code ยง 1746 that you: (1) are only seeking records about yourself, (2) are seeking records about someone for whom you are the legal guardian, or (3) you have the ...


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There are ramps to/from the bridge over the freeway. Ramp up to bridge: Ramp down: The rotating gate might seem like an obstacle, but I believe it is quite large/wide. There are a lot of people who pass through these with large parcels, crates, trolleys, luggage, strollers, etc. I imagine a wheelchair should be fine but I haven't seen anyone pass ...


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There are quite a few online references to policy and procedures for the researchers conducting clinical trials with human subjects. Most deal with the taxation paperwork required to satisfy the IRS (such as 35% witholding) and do not touch on visa status. There is also a wide variation in policies, indicating that this is more than a bit of grey area, such ...


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I couldn't find a US example, but it certainly happens internationally. EK 412 flies from Dubai to Sydney to Christchurch and the Sydney to Christchurch leg happens the next day. But - what happens if the X->Y leg starts at, say, 23:00, and the Y->Z leg starts at 02:00 the next day? Nothing much. They just fly as usual. Is the same flight number ...


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As no passengers can board the plane in Ireland, the stop there should not impact whether you can enter the USA. So you should be able to trust the airline and go with their advice.


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I would not say they are popular, but you can get what might loosely be termed "souvenir passport" stamps, because they are commonly provided as part of a promotion which uses the conceit of a passport to record visits. By the same token, not every promotion or package billed as a "passport" involves any physical stamps, however, and some ...


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In US you can get National Park stamps as shown by Wikipedia National Park Passport Stamps At nearly all of the 421 American National Park units of the United States (and many of the National Park Service's affiliated areas), one or more National Park Passport Stamps (cancellation stamps) can be acquired at no cost at park visitor centers and ranger ...


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The answer will need to be broken down into four parts as you'll be dealing with multiple jurisdictions on this trip. Entering the US Currently the US does not place any restrictions on passengers entering the US by air, only the land borders with Canada are closed. Hence immigration should allow you to enter with a valid US visa. Entering DC The local ...


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Also it does not state anything specific for travelers with less than 14 day stay in the US. The quarantine (which I don't think apply to you) doesn't prevent you from going to the airport. Update: no idea why this answer got downvoted. JonathanReez's answer points to https://washington.org/dc-information/coronavirus-travel-update-washington-dc, which ...


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Canada has extended international travel restrictions through November 30, 2020.


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Unless you're a Canadian citizen, permanent resident or a resident visa holder, the answer is no. As per IATA's special COVID page: Published 02.11.2020 Passengers are not allowed to enter until 30 November 2020. -This does not apply to: nationals of Canada; permanent residents of Canada; passengers arriving from the USA traveling for a purpose other than ...


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Tried this with 2 relatives who visited us who are not US citizens. All had same result when using CURRENT passport number on which they last entered US. However, using PRIOR passport number on which they first entered US, am able to see Travel History without problem. Of note, last I-94, unfortunately, gives last I-94 under OLD passport.


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I'm an F-1 OPT visa holder. Can I enter back into the US via London transit considering the Presidential Proclamation travel restriction? Yes since you're F1. Source: https://www.iatatravelcentre.com/world.php


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As a previous person suggested joining a loyalty program could help reduce the cost. National give you a free day for every 7 rented. You could also try to use a combination of renting a car, and a discount airline like southwest. Kind of a hub and spoke method. I also noticed that National has one way specials. https://www.nationalcar.com/en/car-rental/...


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Would it be possible for me to fly from the UK to Mexico, reside there for two weeks (working remotely from an AirBnB), then fly from Mexico to the US? Yes, assuming you can fly out of the UK (since you live there you're probably aware of the UK lockdown details). Unsure if Airbnb is currently operating in Mexico but hotels are. Also, in theory Mexico->...


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