I’m an American citizen and I’ve overstayed my visa in the UK for years now. I want to book my flight back to the US ASAP on my own dime but I have a some questions about traveling home.
A lot of flights I’ve seen back to the US have a connecting flight in either The Netherlands or the Republic of Ireland (not in the UK).
Would it be an issue to travel through these countries considering I’ll likely need to be issued a transit visa upon arrival and I’ve overstayed a visa in the UK?
Would it be best to find a flight that goes directly to the US, no stops in other countries?
And I also wanted to ask about the airport. What can I expect when I’m there?
1.) Is there anything specific I should bring with me (I’ll have my valid US passport and a print out of my flight details)?
2.) Should I go directly to immigration and speak to them? Will I be detained and/or issued a fine/ban?
3.) Do they check passports when you leave (I’ll likely need to take a flight out of Heathrow in London if I can’t transit through other countries)? I don’t believe there are formal exit controls in the UK but don’t they do random checks?
4.) Can I just go and board my flight as normal?
I just want to make sure I’m doing the right thing so as to allow this to go as smoothly as possible. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
I am an American cruising on Norwegian Joy Sept7 . We have a friend who might not qualify for admission to Canada. If she stays on board the ship while docked in Canada (6 hrs) would she be prevented from taking the cruise?
It’s like as soon as we have the good jobs and good pay, that’s when they’re like, “Alright everyone, we’re changing the system!”
In the case of a cancelled flight. Who is responsible for compensation.. the operating or the ticketing airline?
Is there evidence to show that number ranges are more readable using hyphens or en dashes (on digital screens for North American web users)?
Wikipedia notes that, according to your style choice, you can correctly list store hours two ways:
Since neither is eliminated as “incorrect,” which style has evidence to support that it is more readable (and more readily understandable)?
(As Wikipedia notes that “both are equally “‘correct,'” I’m looking strictly for evidence to support one style over the other from a usability/experience perspective.)
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