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Not sure about the specifics in Italy but in most countries it works like this When your new passport gets issued, the old one gets invalidated, often by punching a hole through it. But you do get it back. Any valid Visas and stamps in the old passport remain valid. You just need to show both passports to immigration control. There is typically no need to ...


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The purpose of the bank statements is not only to tell immigration how much money you have, but also what your regular day to day finances are like. Unless you are using your broker for day to day transactions broker statements are not sufficient on their own. However if you keep substantial savings in your brokerage there is nothing to stop you submitting ...


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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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