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The comments all assume that the legal obligations between the airline and the ticket agent are the same in Uzbekistan as in the US or Europe. In the US and Europe, the passenger bears responsibility for the correctness and completeness of travel documents. That the travel agent was fined, however, suggests that in Uzbekistan the obligations between the ...


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As @jpatokal mentioned in the comments, the visa center worker seems to be mistaken. The visas that have been affected in this change are Z work visas, M business visas, and F exchange visit visas. The normal letter from your friend will be enough, I suggest you make another appointment and if you run into the same problem ask to speak to management. ...


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According to Find out if you need a visa, citizens of Uzbekistan normally need need a visa to visit Canada. However, I found a page on the Help Centre which says: As a U.S. Green Card holder, you do not need a temporary resident visa to travel to Canada. At the Canadian border, you will need to present your valid passport and Green Card.


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According to the Mexican consul in San Francisco, it looks like you should be able to use your US visa for tourism entry to Mexico as long as it's still valid: With the purpose of facilitating and promoting travel to Mexico, effective May 2016 all those foreign nationals, regardless of their nationality, visiting Mexico for tourism, business or ...


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No you can't use an Uzbek driving license to drive in Slovakia, you need to get an international driving permit. It doesn't matter if Uzbekistan considers it to be international, an IDP is a different document and is obtained separately. Of course, they still need their original driving license. The US embassy and state department also advise people to get ...


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Legally speaking, yes, you would need a valid exit visa. Official source: В соответствии с законодательством граждане Республики Узбекистан, выехавшие на временное жительство (в служебную командировку, на учебу, работу по контракту и т. д.), в страны, для въезда в которые не требуется оформление въездных виз, в случаях необходимости выезда в третью ...


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According to the answer on another question about visiting Canada, the Government of Canada provides a short questionnaire that helps you figuring if you need a visa and how long you are allowed to stay. When filling the questionnaire with the information you provided, I could find that you are allowed to stay temporarily in Canada to visit without a visa. ...


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For a transit time of less than 24 hours, a transit visa is NOT required when going via Delhi Indira Gandhi International airport, as long as your clients remain airside.


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Simple answer, Yes you can. Just make sure you get back to the airport before the flight. If your flight is in one ticket, then you do not even need to pick up luggage and re-check it in (thanks to @jpatokal for the reminder). Just go out, enjoy your time :)


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This is actually rather simple. Australia has very well defined rules for transiting through without a visa. You can review the list of countries that this is allowed for on the Immigration Service site. Once reviewed you can see that Uzbekistan is not one of the countries that transit is visa less unless the passenger is a holder of a diplomatic passport....


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As stated in Timatic, the database used by airlines: TWOV (Transit Without Visa): Holders of confirmed onward tickets for a max. transit time of 24 hours So if your trip is in a single booking, you do not need a visa


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Per TIMATIC, the database used by airlines: TWOV (Transit Without Visa): Visa required, except for Passengers transiting through Seoul (ICN) with a confirmed onward ticket for a flight to a third country within 24 hours. They must stay in the international transit area of the airport and have documents required for the next destination. So no, ...


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U.S. permanent residents don't need a visa to visit Canada.


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A current answer to that question is available here. If you have a green card you don't need a visa. If you drive to Canada you only need to carry your green card, but if you fly you should also take your passport and should apply for an eTA before you go. The airline will use your passport information to get clearance to let you board (should they ever ...


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