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I'm now 18 and I'm wondering if I still get the penalty for overstaying in the U.S for over 180 days even if I was a minor. The accumulation of unlawful presence for determining statutory inadmissibility does not include periods of overstay when one is a minor. See 8 USC 1182(a)(9)(B)(III)(I): (iii) Exceptions (I) Minors No period of time in which an ...


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Here is the page from the Japanese embassy in Qatar telling you how to apply for a tourist visa. Clicking on the "Foreign resident tourist staying in a hotel" link will give you the requirements for a someone who is not a Qatar citizen applying from Qatar. You need to provide: ORIGINAL Passport (more than 3 months validity) 1 Passport Copy (the ...


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this is absolutely depending on what country are comming from and the "relationship" between japan and this country.. as an example, here are the required docs for people in India: BUT if you are in Mexico, the story gets harder:


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Unfortunately, I can't really give you a clear answer. Maybe some of this information will help somebody else do so. It certainly seems that one of those websites is out of date. It's not entirely clear to me which. Various official sources have different information, I've emphasised in bold the conclusion that would be drawn from each of three official ...


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It's quite common to not get entry and/or exit stamps for all countries you visit. Sometimes the people are just lazy, sometimes they forget, sometimes they're too busy and just wave you through. And sometimes there's no way to get stamps at all as you never see an actual person (thinking of the ever more common automated border entry points where you shove ...


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Will I be able to reenter the US with no issues? Yes. You can even re-enter the US with an expired passport or no passport at all. You only need your green card: Lawful permanent residents of the U.S. need to show a Permanent Resident Card (Green card). A passport is not required. (This does not apply if you're outside the US for more than one year, but ...


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I don't think that is a requirement to prove that you haven't been to one of the countries subject to a geographic COVID-19 ban within the last 14 days, beyond your declaration that you haven't been there. If the need for proof comes up, you can try to find any receipt or appointment notice from Nepal, or anything else that places you in Nepal between your ...


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I [...] would travel from India to Thailand. – Asklep 6 hours ago It's currently not possible to travel from India to Thailand. See https://www.bangkokpost.com/thailand/general/2105951/thailand-bans-travel-from-india: Thailand will close its border to travellers from India, except Thai citizens, beginning on Saturday, the Thai embassy in New Delhi ...


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Yes, a traveler with a B-1 visa who is eligible for the VWP can use the VWP for visits that do not have a business purpose. However, your visa is a B-1/B-2 visa, so you shouldn't use the VWP at all. Your visa permits both personal visits and business visits. When you enter the US, you have to tell the officer the purpose of your trip, and the officer ...


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Your visa has to be valid when you arrive in the country. It is not a problem to leave on the day before the valid date if you have an overnight flight or a stopover somewhere on the way and airlines are used to that. So you can stop worrying, you are fine. Likely your travel agent assumed this is what you intended as this is the normal way to have visa ...


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I emailed my local Russian consulate in Houston and the Vice Consul there replied to me that you would need a valid tourist visa on your US Refugee travel document. Currently (04/28/2021) the Russian consulates in the United States are NOT issuing tourist visas in US travel documents. You may qualify for a different type of visa, as an "emergency ...


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Very likely no, because almost all passports are bilingual, where English is secondary language. Especially those from countries with different alphabets (✔ Israel, ✔ Greece, ✔ Ukraine, ❓ China ✔ Japan). I can't find a San Marino passport's biographical page picture. To my record, it is only necessary to translate passports (with a bilingual stamp) to travel ...


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The question appears to be about visas rather than COVID-19 travel restrictions. Your wife needs a separate visa to enter France. Before the UK left the EU, she would have been able to travel to France using a "residence card of a family member of a union citizen." But the EEA family permit (the document that was analogous to the EU Settlement ...


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I'm in a similar situation, but unfortunately, it is not possible to visit relatives in China at the moment absent compelling reasons (e.g. very ill close relatives). Are there any additional restrictions for traveling to China with a valid visa? Yes. A valid visa is only an entry authorization, vaccination at the moment does not allow exemption from other ...


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