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Using 2 Passports on rotation
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No. You, as the national of a visa-exempt country, may visit the Schengen Area for up to 90 days per 180-day period. Whether you hold more the one passport from the same country (it is legal in some ...

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Travelling to the UK as spouse of EU citizen, during 2020 transitional period
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7 votes

So far the same rules apply. What happens next year is anybody's guess.

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Cross mark on a visa stamp - Bahamas
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That stamp has been crossed out for being illegible. If they wanted to indicate that your visa had been cancelled they should not have left another stamp intact. This should not cause any problems.

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Using Rwanda and Seychelles for travel History, Good Idea or bad Idea?
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Your visa was hardly refused for lack of international travel experience. I guess you were issued something like this (with not the same boxes checked): The official making the decision was ...

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Can I get an international driving permit if my driving license does not allow me to drive a car with manual transmission?
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An International Driving Permit can be issued with “restrictive conditions of use”, which according to the Vienna Convention on Road Traffic is (see page 74 in link above): For example: “Must wear ...

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How to get a IDP as a Chinese driving license holder and translating license?
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Hopefully the car rental companies mean IDP or translation, because both should certainly not be required. An International Driving Permit is not a translation in the linguistic sense. It is a ...

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Filling in ESTA Application - Country of Birth where I was born abroad but on sovereign territory
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You were born in Germany. The UK does not have sovereignty over its military bases in Germany. They are still part of the host country, but under extraterritoriality, similar to embassies. For most ...

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Are there entry requirements for layover airports between the USA and SE Asia?
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US citizens may visit Taiwan for up to 90 days without a visa. Passports need to be valid during the entire visit. US citizens may visit the Schengen States, of which Germany is part, for up to 90 ...

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Can I enter the US under the VWP as a Dutch and Iranian national?
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No, you may not visit the USA without a visa. Nationals of certain countries, including the Netherlands, may visit the USA under the Visa Waiver Program. Several conditions must be met, including not ...

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Is a 2hr transit enough time in Munich from Canada
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Assuming you search for a connection between Montreal and Athens (and do not try to put together separate flights yourself), what you are offered should be on the same booking/ticket, unless ...

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In winter, do Norwegians typically change shoes at the door in a business setting?
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Normally, in mainland Norway (Svalbard is different) you would not be expected to change shoes at the door of a normal office. It would be at your discretion; wear what makes you comfortable. In a ...

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Does the Chopin Airport in Warzaw Poland really have just one Terminal?
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All “normal” commercial flights are in terminal A. There is also a small terminal for general aviation (f.e. private aircraft, air taxis, air ambulances...). Electrical outlets are type E (CEE 7/5). ...

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Transfer between Trysil and Scandinavian Mountains Airport
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Sälen Buss offers bus transfers that must be booked in advance. You also have the option to transfer on snow with either dog sleds or snowmobiles. Of course there's also taxi, charter busses for ...

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Airport Passenger Counting
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Where the report counts “passengers” it means passenger movements. Every time a passenger arrives or departs by air constitutes a passenger movement. A transit passenger makes two movements, one when ...

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Visa Refusal and Re apply third time
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A previous visa rejection does not in itself disqualify you from obtaining a visa later, but information from an earlier visa application, successful or not, may be used against you. For a more ...

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Do I need a passport/visa to travel inside EU with a change of airplane in Istanbul?
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This would depend on your nationality. If remaining in the “international” transit area you do not need a visa. National identity cards issued by some European countries can be used to enter Turkey. ...

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When does Scandinavian Mountains Airport open?
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The airport is set to open 22 December 2019. The new or radically rebuilt airport is called Scandinavian Mountains Airport, which is rather unspecific as it will not be the only airport in the ...

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Is EC 261/2004 in addition to other expenses, or does it cover them?
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Regulation (EC) No 261/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 February 2004 establishing common rules on compensation and assistance to passengers in the event of denied boarding and ...

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What's the liquids bag size at UK airports?
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1 litre. The UK has the same rules as the rest of EU and many other countries.

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Transit visa for Munich airport for Canadian PR
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All Schengen States (to which both Germany and Switzerland belong) follow the same visa code (airport transit visas are in article 3). The Schengen States have a common list of countries whose ...

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Visa entry to North Macedonia
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Never heard of such a requirement. How come? Every visit is limited to 15 days, but up to 90 days are allowed per 180 day period.

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Do we need transit visa in Frankfurt?
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If you are citizens of India you need visas, even if remaining airside, unless certain exceptions apply. Most Schengen States do not require visas for airside transit for Indian citizens, but Germany ...

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Will there be an issue if I take 10 kilograms of yerba mate on an airplane?
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The import of plants or plant parts into the European Union may be restricted or prohibited if listed as: Invasive Likely to carry pests or pathogens Endangered Narcotic None of this applies to ...

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Passing 150 grams of gold in the customs in a EU country without receipt
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If the gold is in bars or similar with a purity of at least 995/1000 or in certain kinds of gold coins it is investment gold and treated as currency. If the combined value of the gold and any cash and ...

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Does number of entries to the visa issuing country have to be at least the same as that to other Schengen counties?
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Such a rule does not exist. You should normally apply for a Schengen visa from the Schengen state that is your main destination, which most often is where you will spend most of the time. If you ...

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Airport transfer from Stockholm-Arlanda to the central station
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There seems to be a bit of confusion here. Flygbussarna is a bus service to and from airports in Sweden. From Arlanda airport they operate three routes. They all pick up passengers at three stops at ...

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Passport Expires March 31 2020 - Going to Italy
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Italy is part of the Schengen Area. For short stays (not exceeding 90 days in total during any 180-day period), the whole 26-state area is treated as a single country as regards passport validity, ...

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Traveling from the U.S to Copenhagen (Munich layover - is 1.5 hours enough time)?
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Your bags should be tagged for Copenhagen and not made available to you in Munich. As you will not have time to leave the airport during your layover, head straight to your connecting gate, without ...

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Assuring luggage isn't lost with short layover
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It is a valid concern. Landing in Atlanta, checked bags will be unloaded and sorted. Only those with final destination Atlanta will be brought to a baggage carousel. Bags checked for a connecting ...

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I want to travel out off schengen area with visa d germany?
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With your multiple-entry visa you can come and go in the Schengen Area as many times as you like. Just make sure that you do not spend more than 90 days in total in the Schengen Area and that you do ...

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