Month: March 2016

Can I travel to the UK after having previously been denied a Tier 5 visa?

I went into the UK in October ’15 coming from work in Japan and came to UK to see work clients. I didn’t have a return flight but they still granted me to come in with a letter from my work. No issues. Anyway, I came for two months (Oct-Dec) and left back to NYC […]

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As a UK Citizen, you are eligible for the VWP (Visa Waiver Program). Upon entering the US by land, all you’ll need is your passport and to not have entered any of the few proscribed countries in the past. Look at this page on the CBP web site. I’ve quoted Point 4 below, but you’ll […]

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Travelling from the UK to the US but flying into Canada?

Apologies for the poor title. I’m not sure how to word this correctly. Assuming I wanted to travel from the UK (UK passport holder) to Buffalo, NY. If I was to fly into Toronto Pearson (because it’s the cheapest option apparently) is there anything I need to be aware of when it comes from crossing […]

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Been there, done that, in 2008. Maybe closer to 250 than 270, but I was not worried about the bunk collapsing. I’ve seen couples in bunks, so it holds two (smaller) people. I was more concerned with fitting in the bunk. I don’t know why I was assigned the topmost bunk. Source: https://stackoverflow.com/

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Do layovers count in the 90-in-180 Schengen rule?

Suppose someone on the 90 of 180 rule leaves Schengen on the 90th day. Then less than 90 days later, they have a flight with one or more layovers in a Schengen country. Does it get counted if it’s the same plane? Change of planes? What if it is overnight but you don’t leave the […]

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According to this article, women-only carriages were introduced in Thailand after a 13-year old girl was raped in 2014. This article states that the rape was perpetrated by railway staff. Perhaps because of that, the staff of the women-only carriages consists solely of women. So, it’s safe to say that the women-only carriages are there […]

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It’s a bit vague from what I found, but you may be granted a stay beyond the validity of your visa (provided you show proof of return) According to an FAQ from their ministry of foreign affairs (emphasis mine): How long can I stay in Singapore with a valid e-Visa? […] A holder of a […]

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I’ll add Kayak to the answers. Make sure you choose multi-city, under flights and you can pick departure and return separately Source: https://stackoverflow.com/

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Singapore visa – duration of stay

I have a Singapore e-visa that expires on May 9. I want to enter on May 5 and stay for 10 days. I have read that normally passports are stamped for a 30 days stay. I would like to know if that would likely be the case, or if I’d only be allowed to stay […]

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Usually if you call the customer service of these flight search engines or the customer service of any travel agency they will help you to book a multi-stop flights. Source: https://stackoverflow.com/

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