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A term used for the countries south of China, east of India, and culturally or historically influenced by either or both.
For questions about traveling within the Czech Republic (also known as Czechia), a country in Central Europe
The status of a visa application that has been submitted, but not yet returned to the applicant. Questions about application processing time, questions about how to determine the status of a given ap…
For questions specifically about people travelling with passports issued by the People's Republic of China.
Tricks and deceits for defrauding travellers of money or valuables, etc.
An identity document issued in the form of a small, mostly standard-sized card, is usually called an identity card (IC or ID card).
A mountainous country in northwestern South America famous for the Inca Trail including Machu Pichu.
Independent budget travel, typically using a backpack for luggage and staying in shared accommodation such as hostels rather than hotels.
Using smartphones, tablets, etc on 3G/4G broadband including the various packages and prices with the various companies around the world.
Questions about Newark Liberty International Airport (IATA: EWR, ICAO: KEWR) in Newark, New Jersey USA. It is the second busiest airport serving New York City.
*Türk Hava Yolları A.O.* Turkish Airlines (IATA "TK"), headquartered at Yeşilköy, Bakırköy, Istanbul carries the flag for the Republic of Turkey. A Star Alliance member.
H-1B, a non-immigrant visa in the United State, allows U.S. employers temporarily to employ foreign nationals in specialty occupations. Questions about this visa are quite likely to be Closed as outsi…
Questions relating to religious culture, customs, etc. Prefer more specific tags where appropriate, perhaps: [islam], [ramadan], [sharia-law], [shinto]
Questions relating to public holidays (such as New Year's Day, Independence Day, etc) in different countries.
The national railways of India, owned and operated by the Government of India through the Ministry of Railways. It is one of the world's largest railway networks comprising 115,000 km (71,000 mi) of t…
Questions regarding traveling with Qatar Airways (القطرية; IATA: QR), the flag carrier of the State of Qatar, based at Hamad International Airport (DOH) in Doha.
People ordinarily residing in USA, whether or not nationals of the country.
A procedure for expulsion or exclusion from a country of an undesired, usually foreign, individual. May be voluntarily or involuntarily. Removal most often occurs at a port of entry when an individual…
For soliciting suggestions about travel destinations. It's unlikely that such questions will be acceptable though since it's very difficult to ask one that's not too general yet not too localized.
A Nordic country of 5.4 million inhabitants, situated in the Fennoscandian region of Northern Europe.
Visiting buildings and structures of any type on your travels. For world famous structures there is also the "landmarks" tag. Certain kinds of buildings and certain specific buildings also have their …
For questions about repeatedly visiting a given country in a short period of time. E.g. visiting the UK three times in a row on back-to-back tourist visas.
A tax collected on imports and some exports by the customs authorities of a country.
Anything related to travelling by motorcycle as transportation and activities involving using them at your destination.
Travel by land-based means such as car, bus, train, foot, or horseback, as opposed to air, water, or space travel.
Related to purchases in tax-free shops, usually in airports, ferry terminals and at other international border points.
Working visas as they interact with other documents for travel of relatively short duration. Long-term visits to any particular country and prolonged work there may be covered at the Expatriates Stack…
People ordinarily residing in UK, whether or not nationals of the country.