Visas h1b – San Francisco To Hydrabad through Hong Kong with 15 hours of layover, should I submit a pre-arrival registration for a hotel stay in the HKG transit area?

I am an H1b visa holder and work in the USA. UU. Traveling to India through Hong Kong, where there is a 15h stopover. I have seen that there is a pre-arrival record that Indians must pass if they are leaving the HKG transit area. However, I plan to stay at a hotel called "Regal Airport Hotel" that is located within the HKG transit area.

Will I still have to go through the pre-arrival registration? What are my other options? However, I do not plan to leave the transit area.

Thanks for the help!

Short connections: 54-minute layover at Chicago O'Hare in December 2019, West Palm Beach to Winnipeg, MB Canada

Help, I'm in panic! In December 2019, my family and I flew from Winnipeg, MB Canada to West Palm Beach, Florida, through Chicago. On the downward flight we have a 1.5-hour stopover in Chicago. It's scary but I think it's possible.

However, on the way back it is reduced to a scale of 54 minutes. EVERYONE I talk to tells me I'm in trouble. They are right? I travel with my husband, 2.5 years old with a car seat and 2 pieces of checked luggage. Any advice I should do?

I booked through Expedia and I wonder if I should call them to cancel, change or something.

Is a 6-hour layover in Munich enough to travel to Connollystraße 21 and return?

As we have discussed here before, Munich is an extraordinarily efficient airport. Even when things are really bad, I wouldn't expect immigration (you need a Schengen visa to go to Munich, by the way) to take more than 30 minutes, usually less than ten. So, of course, it will be out in less than an hour, with a little luck, it can be as little as 30 minutes (I guess your luggage is checked). It is one hour for Connollystraße on S1 and U3, another to return. I planned to return to the airport 90 minutes before to make it safe. I hope you have approximately 1.5 hours on Connollystraße.

Is a 6-hour layover in Munich enough to travel to Connollystraße 21 and return?

As we have discussed here before, Munich is an extraordinarily efficient airport. Even when things are really bad, I wouldn't expect immigration (you need a Schengen visa to go to Munich, by the way) to take more than 30 minutes, usually less than ten. So, of course, it will be out in less than an hour, with a little luck, it can be as little as 30 minutes (I guess your luggage is checked). It is one hour for Connollystraße on S1 and U3, another to return. I planned to return to the airport 90 minutes before to make it safe. I hope you have approximately 1.5 hours on Connollystraße.