Can you ritual cast multiple Phantom Steeds and continue re-summoning them while traveling?

Can you ritual cast the Phantom Steed spell multiple times and in practice just re-summon them while you are traveling? So for example, could a Wizard ritual summon a horse, three times in a row. And then just focus on re-summoning them while he’s riding one of them. The spell lasts 1 hour, ritual casting it 3 times would take 33 minutes. So he should have more than enough time to summon new horses for himself and his party before any of the individual horses disappear. Is this correct?

Traveling from UK (London) to USA via Dublin, 6 month passport expiry query

I just have a quick question/confirmation regarding the 6 month expiry rule.

I am travelling from the UK to the USA on 2nd of Sept to 17th Sept 2019.

My passport is set to expire 09 March 2020, so the 6 month range will occur mid-holiday.

As far as I can see on the USA and Ireland websites, the 6 month rule does not apply to UK citizens:

Ireland – https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/ireland/entry-requirements

If you’re using a passport to enter Ireland, it should be valid for the proposed duration of your stay; you don’t need any additional period of validity on your passport beyond this.

USA – https://uk.usembassy.gov/visas/non-immigrant-visa-faqs/passport-and-travel-documents/

For certain nationalities, the passport or other travel document must be valid for at least six months beyond the proposed stay in the United States. The six-month requirement does not apply to United Kingdom passports.

I tried contacting my airline to confirm that I should be fine as is, but they just replied with the following:

[Airline] is required to comply with all government passport and visa requirements. It is your responsibility to ensure you are permitted to enter or transit all countries on your itinerary. While we cannot strictly advise you on individual requirements, you can check requirements by visiting the IATA Travel Centre at https://iatatravelcentre.com.

I also ran my details through the IATA website and that all turns up green, but I’m just hoping someone can give further confirmation that I should be fine as is?

I’d rather afford paying out the nose for express passport and ticket modifications if possible.

Thanks!

Does anybody have any experience of traveling to the USA, as a British Citizen, to marry a US citizen?

As my question here if you want to quickly read it states: Are these intended activities legal to do in the USA under the VWP?

I’m traveling to the USA next month, as a Brit, to visit my American fiancee and then return to the UK. Does anybody have similar experiences to this and what should I expect? Judging by certain answers in my previous question I am getting nervous I will be detained and refused entry.

I have a good job which I’ve had for two months here in the UK, it’s an reputable organisation which will also be known in the States, I have a good income, I’ve been to the USA multiple times all to see my fiancee. The only difference from this upcoming visit and my previous visits is that she is now my fiancee, and not my girlfriend. My last visit to the USA was May 7 – May 16 2019.

We’re seeing some more sights in the US, planning our wedding location and date, seeing a soccer game, going camping, then she’s going to fly back to the UK with me when I leave to come see my family and I for 3 weeks.

Does anybody have an experience with visiting a fiancee from the States, or even marrying an American then returning back home? What was your experience with CBP like?

Thanks!

Do I need a transit Visa with my Turkish passport traveling from Istanbul to Munich (Germany) and to Nice (France) to finally go to Canada?

I keep searching in this website and calling the French embassy, but I still don’t know if a transit visa is enough for this kind of layover. Or would I need a full Visa for a 1:30 h layover in Nice coming from Munich.

17 year old US Citizen traveling to Canada

I’ll be traveling to Canada while I’m 17 (20 days from being 18) for a business conference and had questions about the page regarding “Minor children travelling to Canada”.

I currently don’t live with my parents making it hard to get a consent form, but I noticed it says “Minors who try to enter Canada without the proper documents, or who are with adults other than their parents or legal guardian(s), will be checked more closely.” implying that you don’t actually need this form.

I’m wondering what risk there is if I travel to Canada alone with only my valid US Passport and no forms at all. Maybe someone with experience might have an idea.

Traveling while waiting for french residence permit

I moved to France last year and Im still waiting for my titre de sejour, I have a valid récépisse but I know this is not a valid document to travel (back) to France. I have ( after asking more than a few times if this was ok ) however already booked and paid for an expensive trip inside of the Schengen area that is to take place very soon. The people at the prefecture have now washed their hands and deny they assured me it was ok to book this ( over 6 months after I first applied for the residence permit ). I have already renewed my recepisse once and the new one is about to expire soon too.

But anyway, Im from a country which gets 90 days visa exemption for tourism. My question is: would it be ok ( and by this I mean legal ) to travel outside Schengen for a few days and then come back so I can get my passport stamped as if I were here simply for tourism? In my understanding with this stamp I would then have no issue flying inside the Schengen area, crossing borders and coming back to France afterwards, right?

People at the prefecture at not really friendly and just say I have to wait and dismiss my questions, so there’s not much use in asking them. So if this is something that is allowed, Id like to have something quotable if possible in case I face one ‘totally random’ document check at the border.

Traveling to Cortona, Italy. Credit card, debit card, or euro?

I’m attending a summer school in Cortona for two weeks this summer. Major expenses are paid already.

My question is if it’s possible to pay all the dinning and grocery with credit card or debit card issued by US banks (Mastercard or Visa) in Cortona? Or I still have to use cash?

In the latter situation, I’ve seen an article claiming that it’s wiser to bring US dollars and then change them to euros when needed. But it’s usually about traveling to big cities like Rome or Florence so I wonder if it’s easy to do that in Cortona?