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For Australian Convention Travel Document (refugees or non-Australian citizens) According to this Wikipedia entry an Australia CTD holder is allowed into: Asia Macau - Visa on arrival 30 days maximum, visa issued upon arrival for MOP100 Europe Germany - Visa not required 90 days (require CTD valid for at least 4 months) Hungary - Visa not ...


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Yes, this is allowed for EU passport holders depending on how long you spend outside of Brazil in between visits, and how long your visits last. Exception: this regulation does not apply to citizens of Croatia, Portugal, Poland, United Kingdom and Ireland. As seen on their website Brazil allows: The 90-day period begins on the date of first entry and ...


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I called the immigration office at KIX, and apparently, as of about a week ago, they are using automated facial recognition gates to quickly check out people staying on temporary visas, so I will not get a stamp. I had been to Japan multiple times before and got the stamp and spoke with an officer, hence my concern.


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As jpatokal says, you should contact the appropriate authorities in Japan. However, something else you should do is to collect evidence of your departure. If the Japanese authorities accuse you of overstaying, you should have evidence that you didn’t. You should keep your boarding passes and any receipts from airport purchases etc. Perhaps your passport was ...


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Managing to leave Japan without an exit stamp or having your passport inspected at all is extremely irregular, and I'm quite astonished that you managed to do so, especially by accident. You are almost certainly registered as still being in Japan and, if you do nothing to fix this, likely to run into a lot of trouble the next time you visit. Your best bet ...


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The UK's e-border system collects information about TDI/API for 100% of inbound and outbound flights to and from the UK. This information may be sent up to 48hr before the flight. The e-border system also collects PNR from some of these flights. The e-border system uses complex algorithms to flag travelers. It is also used retrospectively to check ...


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As first rule: never lie. Also a small lie can damage your reputation (trough systems) to many countries. To answer your question: they have you. They are trained to see if you lie. They can ask further questions, and so to have better understanding if you lie. They know how people lie (for experience), but you do not know how they work (so your "original ...


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The UK Government requires Advanced Passenger Information (API) for all passengers travelling internationally into and out of the UK. API involves the capture of a passenger's biographic data and other flight details by the carrier prior to departure and the transmission of the details by electronic means to the Border Control Agencies in the destination ...


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What happened to you with your current passport happened to you and will stay with you also with a new passport. But as you should renew your passport soon, it does not hurt to do it a bit early. You will then no longer have the big X in your passport. But when asked about whether you have been denied, you have to answer yes. If you answer no and they ...


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