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Answer #1 Your problem now is that even though you had (not have, had) an approved ESTA, you now would be required to answer Question 7 with a YES, instead of a NO. Have you ever been denied a U.S. visa you applied for with your current or previous passport, or have you ever been refused admission to the United States or withdrawn your application for ...


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I suppose that it is possible that there is some set of business activities that are both describable as "opening my business" and permissible under a B-1 visa, but it seems like you would have to describe them in great detail to establish to the visa officer's satisfaction that they truly are permissible. It's also likely that your visa ...


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Do I need to fill a separate DS-160 application for her? Yes. If yes, how do I do that without a passport or travel document? You cannot. To travel to the United States with your daughter, you will need to get her a passport. The US still has a regulation on the books that permits issuing visas when more than one person is listed in a single passport (22 ...


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If you would like to leave the transit area and pass the Schengen border (e.g. to visit the city), you will need a regular type C short-term Schengen visit visa. You do not need an airport transit visa to transfer through an Italian airport as an Indian citizen (in any case, your valid US visa would exempt you from any Schengen airport transit visa ...


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A C1/D visa lets you stay in the US for 29 days and then leave on another vessel. So that will be enough - no need to apply for a B visa. https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/other-visa-categories/crewmember-visa.html Crewmember (D) visas are nonimmigrant visas for persons working on board commercial sea vessels or international airlines in ...


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There aren't any (and have not been any) entry restrictions to the US for people on tourist visas entering the US by air, as long as you have not been to Mainland China, Iran the Schengen Area, the UK, Ireland, Brazil, South Africa, or India in the previous 14 days. You need to get a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours of boarding your flight to the US.


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The best answer would be to check in advance and make all possible arrangements to make sure that you will be able to enter. You should check both with the Israeli embassy in the US and the US embassy in Israel to get the best answer and cover all your bases as much as possible. And you should check where you should enter, Ben Gurion airport or the Allenby ...


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Why on Earth did you apply for a B1/B2 visa? Unless you're staying for over 3 months, there was NO reason to do that. No, you've now messed up your immigration record and cannot use ESTA ever again. You'll have to get visas for the rest of your life, though on the bright side of things B visas are usually valid for unlimited entries within 10 years (with a 6-...


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To enter the US, all children, including infants, need his/her own valid travel document/passport and visa. You will need to file a DS-160 and pay the applicable fee. Generally, children under 14 do not need to appear for an interview. The website of the US Consulate that serves your country or area should have the specifics. If you’re planning on travelling ...


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Given the way visa exemptions normally work in Thailand I would say it's option 1 (subject to changing rules): One entering Thailand under this scheme on or before that date will be granted the visa exemption for a 45 days stay. To elaborate on this consider the following picture of passport stamps issued at BKK: Image from Wikipedia as a public domain ...


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The problem is that at the moment, the news moves a lot and it may also depend on where you enter Thailand. For example for Phuket which is becoming a sandbox, from July 1st there will be no quarantine if you have a vaccination certificate (if things don't move by then). For the moment, if you enter before this date and on presentation of a Certificate of ...


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Per the Embassy of Mexico in India: ::HOLDERS OF U.S.A. CANADA, U.K. AND SCHENGEN VISAS :: Holders of any valid U.S.A., Canada, Japan, United Kingdom, Schengen visas (any nationality) or permanent residence of U.S.A., Canada, Japan, United Kingdom, Schengen, Pacific Alliance (Colombia, Peru, Chile) DO NOT require a Mexican visa to travel on business, ...


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Look it up on https://covid19.trackvaccines.org/vaccines/. E.g., currently, for Sinovac: CoronaVac , it is approved in 25 countries: Albania Azerbaijan Brazil Cambodia Chile China Colombia Dominican Republic Ecuador Egypt El Salvador Hong Kong Indonesia Lao People's Democratic Republic Malaysia Mexico Pakistan Panama Philippines Thailand ...


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