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What you are planning to do is break several laws. As a visitor you are actually not allowed to work in Europe. You are worried that you would have to "turn down jobs in Italy". The reality is that you are not even allowed to accept jobs in Italy. You intend to take up residence without registering with the local municipality. I know that in the US ...


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Currently, Australian borders are closed with few exceptions to foreign nationals due to Covid-19 pandemic. Parents of an independent adult are not considered immediate family for the purpose of exemptions. Weddings are also not usually considered a compassionate and compelling reason to travel. At this time, even if you obtain a visa, you won't be allowed ...


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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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If the connection or one leg is cancelled, the entire itinerary is cancelled or rebooked. They will NOT fly you to Heathrow, if your connection is 3 days later. The only exception would be if the cancellation is out of the blue, i.e. not know when you board your flight in Sri Lanka. This is exceedingly rare and most airport/countries of emergency procedures ...


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The process is clear, your chances of actually being allowed travel are not. It will likely take at least 6 months for you to obtain an answer on whether you can travel, and realistically there is no way to be sure other than to go through the process. The process is : (Optional) Apply for an ESTA. One of the questions you will need to answer is "...


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You'll need to get permission to take up residence in Italy before you actually do so. Without that permission, you'll only be able to spend half of your time in the entire Schengen area, 90 days out of every 180. That means that every day you spend in France or Spain or Poland, etc., etc., is a day you can't spend in Italy. Having two passports might help ...


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At this time due to Covid19 you can only visit Canada for essential travel. In general, all the things you list will improve your chances of getting a temporary visa to Canada. In particular having a job will be a substantial improvement (if you did not previously have a job). It is impossible to say if the changes will be enough to get you a visa. It will ...


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The Visa Application Centres in New York and Los Angeles do not accept prepaid FedEx shipping labels for returning your documents to you. You can use any other service, though, according to their web site. Or you can simply opt to pay VFS directly for return shipping. *NOTE: The Visa Application Centres in New York and Los Angeles no longer accept pre-paid ...


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It turns out that you do need a Form 14 as part of getting the approval letter. (Not in addition to it.) When you fill out the form for the approval letter, if you choose Short-term visitor, you get new questions that were not there when the form first loads: So, Form 14 here I come. I've been told I need to request only a Visit Pass and not a Visa. Brief ...


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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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I would suggest you separate them. While stapling them together is "allowed" (the old passport is expired and invalid anyway, and staple marks on the back cover of a new passport are not material damage), there is generally no point to submitting old passports, since records are electronic these days. The only reason you might need an old passport ...


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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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Article 14(2) of the Withdrawal agreement suggests that proof of pre-settled status might be considered in that respect like the article 10 residence card under Directive 2004/38/EC it is intended to replace. This would mean that no visa is required. I am not 100% confident in my interpretation however and I am not aware of any advice for lay people. I would ...


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To prove that your partner intends to return then the immigration authorities will look for several things to prove a strong intention to return. Family connections. That she leaves a child behind with their grandparents is good. Bring a copy of the child's birth certificate to prove this together with the letter from the grandmother you mentioned Job or ...


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I can't find any itinerary that would not require a visa to transit some country. I suspect no such itinerary currently exists, especially with many flights cancelled due to COVID-19. Your proposed itinerary requires a visa from Cuba. Yours is one of the few nationalities for which Cuba requires a full visa and not just an inexpensive tourist card, and the ...


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The common format residence permit in Switzerland is credit card-sized and has CHE and the biometric symbol in the top left corner. Currently, the following two styles are both valid until the validity indicated on the card. New style (white base, with a map of Europe and stars on the front): https://www.sem.admin.ch/dam/sem/fr/data/aufenthalt/infoflyer-aa19....


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I believe that the FAQ here: https://uk.usembassy.gov/information-for-nonimmigrant-visa-applicants-following-the-coronavirus-covid-19-outbreak/ answers my question. Can I travel to the United States through a country that is not covered by Presidential Proclamation 9996? Travel to the United States from a country that is not covered by the Presidential ...


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