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international documentation services

There are many forms of identification techniques used in different parts of the world each with there own unique style and pattern in order to achieve the task at hand. But the most common and international documentation services authentic type form of identification that is being used in almost all of the countries is physical documents that are used or shown at the required place or the department in order to verify the authenticity of the person using that ID.

Does A Non-US Resident Need A visa for an International Connection Through USA

I have purchased a ticket a friend to come and visit me in Australia.

She is a Venezuelan passport holder, but lives in Panama. We already sorted her Australian tourist visa.

However, there are concerns raised that she needs a DS160 to make that connecting flight through the USA.

The flight:

  • Panama -> IAH (George Bush Intercontinental Airport)
  • IAH -> Sydney

I called United, and they said their system doesn’t show any requirements are needed.

I also tried calling immigration numbers, airport numbers, just automated voice message hell.

However, the internet says any flight that goes THROUGH the USA, is counted as a visit there, and therefore you need a visa.

Does she need some visa for this or not?

Conflicting answers about Transiting Zurich International Airport

I am living & residing legally in the UAE for 10 years.
For return trip Dubai – Zurich – Djerba, Tunisia with a transit of 10 hours in inbound and outbound flights, here is what may happen:
VERSION 1: Swiss embassy “to know whether you are allowed to stay in the transit area consult the link”. I did so I learned that I am a passport holder of a country that is exempted from a compulsory transit visa. Great I meet all the requirements.
VERSION 2 : Consulting Swiss airline check-in officers in Dubai Airport they said “After contacting police authorities in Zurich, we are assured that you and your family don’t have the right to land on the airport”. Transiting not allowed.
VERSION 3 : I mailed the passengers and immigration authorities at Zurich Airport and the answer was that I have the right to transit the airport as I meet all the requirements.

How to write International Movements in Australia Graduate Visa if I visited Schengen area?

I’m applying for a graduate visa (subclass 485) in Australia. I’m currently stuck on:

Part E: International Travel / Movements

Have you travelled to any country other than Australia in the last 10 years?

I traveled to Europe last year with a tour. I got a Schengen visa. How should I write that in the form?

  1. Should I write every country that I visited in Europe?

  2. or should I just write Europe?

And how do I extend the form? Currently the form has only 5 rows. But I’ve traveled to other countries more than 5 times in the past 10 years.

How to write International Movements in Australia Graduate Visa if I visited Schengen area?

I’m applying for a graduate visa (subclass 485) in Australia. I’m currently stuck on:

Part E: International Travel / Movements

Have you travelled to any country other than Australia in the last 10 years?

I traveled to Europe last year with a tour. I got a Schengen visa. How should I write that in the form?

  1. Should I write every country that I visited in Europe?

  2. or should I just write Europe?

And how do I extend the form? Currently the form has only 5 rows. But I’ve traveled to other countries more than 5 times in the past 10 years.

Why do almost all international trains to Russia show as sold out?

Trying to book a train from Germany to Russia, the Russian railways seem to show all connections as sold out several months in advance. For example, Frankfurt-Moscow shows as sold out on 12 July, 19 July, 9 August, and only De Luxe Sleeping left on 26 July and 2 August, and unavailable on 16, 23, or 30 August, even though it should run on those days (it’s shown in HAFAS). Well, maybe it is sold out on those days, but I don’t believe it, considering it still has many empty places for tonights departure, which is less than 3 hours away. And even if I check Minsk-Moscow for 2 October, all connections are shown as sold out:

Minsk-Moscow, 2 October

I’m not planning on taking a local train from Minsk to Moscow, but in any case, I don’t believe that every single train from Minsk to Moscow is sold out 4 months in advance. It’s sold out on other days too, except for tickets on the train coming from Kaliningrad.

Am I missing a trick for booking international trains to Russia? I find it hard to believe (almost) all tickets for August and September are sold out, whether it being the Paris-Moscow, Berlin-Moscow, Warsaw-Moscow or even Minsk-Moscow trains. Is the Russian booking system buggy, or is there something going on with international trains? Domestic trains show up just fine.

Domestic arrival for international departure

I am flying from Asheville (AVL) to Atlanta (ATL) – domestic – so I can catch an international flight from ATL to Paris. Will this mean I have to go through security check in both Asheville AND Atlanta?

Atlanta is the connecting flight

All of my flights are on the same ticket.

Asheville > Atlanta > Paris

My luggage will be checked in Asheville, so it should arrive at my final destination.

Both the flight to Atlanta (from Asheville) and the flight to Paris (from Atlanta) are Air France.