Month: November 2017

Does a country keep track of the visas its citizens are getting?

For example, say you are a citizen of Uruguay getting an Indian visa from the Indian consulate in New York. Do the Uruguayan authorities get notified of this somehow? Source: https://stackoverflow.com/

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Yes, you would need to re-apply. Your visa and residence permit would have become invalid when you left your sponsor. It would be unwise to attempt to enter the UK with the residence permit, as it would be considered an illegal entry. You should apply for a new Tier 2, once the cooling off period […]

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Yes, you can get a visa for Taiwan but the approval needs to come from their ministry of foreign affairs. Once the visa is approved, you must print the confirmation before flying to Taipei. source: timatic. Source: https://stackoverflow.com/

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From your question I am assuming that you are a Pakistani citizen residing in Thailand interested in getting a visa for Taiwan. Your best bet is to contact the Consular Divison of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Thailand. Contact information: 02-6700200 ext 342 (Visa for Aliens) PS: The reason why I recommend this […]

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Wrong date stamped in my passport on leaving the US. Would this cause problems for future visits?

Hoping someone could please help. I visited the US in 2015 for 2 weeks in August and I only noticed last year that the return stamp on the passport was put down as November which would mean I visited the States for 4 months approximately. I am visiting the States again this December for 3 […]

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Can I get a Taiwanese visa being a Pakistani passport holder?

I’m a Pakistani artist. I have been selected for an exhibition in Taiwan. I want to know if can I get a Taiwanese visa, being a Pakistani from Thailand? Source: https://stackoverflow.com/

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Referring to IATAtv YouTube the first syllable is pronounced as a ‘tem’ not ‘time’. Hence the word would sound like: Tem a tik You can listen to it at forvo as well. Source: https://stackoverflow.com/

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It sounds like Tim-a-tick to me, and this is also how I pronounce it. Never caused any difficulties. Source: https://stackoverflow.com/

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You can hear the presumably IATA preferred pronunciation in this video: Timatic Sourcing te-matic as opposed to tea-matic or tie-matic. Like Timothy, or Timone from the Lion King. Direct YouTube link. Source: https://stackoverflow.com/

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Outside or extremely specific cases, such as Flint or post disaster (Earthquake, Hurricane, etc), the tap water in the US and Canada is perfectly safe to drink, everywhere. Beyond that, I’ve found the water in Western to Central Europe perfectly safe, as well as Japan, China, the UAE, the Caribbean. Central America, except Costa Rica, […]

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