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Should I say yes? Or should I say no because I was under 18 and it wouldn't count. You should say yes. Then you should explain the details, and let the visa officer decide whether it counts or not. In general, you're right that it doesn't count because of your age at the time, but it's your responsibility to tell the truth. Failing to do so, if the ...


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You should disclose any relevant information, including any prior refusals. Your Canadian refusal may make it more difficult to get a UK visa, but consider the alternative. Canada and the UK share immigration data under the Five Eyes treaty. You should assume that the UK already knows you have been refused. If you fail to disclose this fact then the UK may ...


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According to https://traveldoc.aero, you can board a flight to Japan with only a US military identification and your travel orders. You can also board a flight to the US with only those documents, or only with the re-entry permit. So, if you have a military ID in addition to the documents you mention, which I suppose you probably do, you should be fine to ...


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