Month: May 2017

This is not legal advice. Actual local laws may vary, you will need to inquire for each country. Generally people do not request a visa for such situations. You will still be employed in the US, where you are allowed to work and be working for that company. So you are not working for a […]

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This answer is scoped only to the San Francisco VFS and assumes that all applicants qualify for the premium service… I and my wife got the appointment on the same day but different times (10:30 am & 12:30 pm) – in San Francisco. But our son got the appointment 2 days later. Can all three […]

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(You will probably get different Answers.) This is a highly debated topic here and other forums. The three sides usually cluster around these interpretations: NO as there is no realistic way for local officials to know what you’re doing, especially if you are not employed or compensated in any way by a local organization. People […]

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Passage du Gois is a natural passage with a length of 4,3km (2.58-miles), located in the Atlantic coast of France in the Vendée. Part of the D948 leading to the island of Noirmoutier floods with high tide, and is accessible only during low tide, 1½ hours each before and after the lowest tide. If you […]

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Do I need a work visa if I’m freelancing while traveling?

I’m planning to work with a company in the USA while I travel the world (I’m a US citizen). I don’t plan to be in any country more than a month, and plan to stay in hotels, hostels, and Airbnb’s. Will I need to obtain a work visa in each country? Source: https://stackoverflow.com/

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What you are probably seeing are persons with SIDA badges who will get very expedited passage through TSA*. These are people who work on the Airport property. Airport, airline and agency management and non-customer facing employees will often look like travelers if you don’t specifically notice the badge since they are wearing normal professional attire, […]

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Is it dangerous to go to Île de Noirmoutier using the pass?

I heard that there are two possibilities to get to the island of Noirmoutier. You can either use a bridge, or you can use a pass through the water, which is only drivable if the tide is low. Is this dangerous to cross? And what if I’m stuck halfway? Is there an emergency service? Source: […]

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Travelling from Denmark to UK and back with id card

I hold Lithuania citizenship and currently live in Denmark. Is it possible to travel to UK from Denmark and back using only the identity card? According to gov.uk You can enter the UK with either a valid passport or a national identity card issued by a EEA country. It must be valid for the whole […]

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Q1: Yes. This isn’t really in question. Laptops and Lithium batteries are allowed (sometimes required) as carry-ons. You will have to check with the airline you are flying as each airline and/or regulatory authority can have slightly different rules. Q2: Sorry, this question cannot be answered. My estimation though is no. We will only know […]

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Are laptops currently allowed in carry-on luggage from Europe to the US?

I’ve heard conflicting news stories and hearsay regarding the topic: Can I take a laptop (and also a digital SLR camera with a lithium rechargeable battery) as carry-on luggage on a flight from mainland Europe to the US? Is this policy expected to change in the next few weeks? Source: https://stackoverflow.com/

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