Passport validity transit of less than 6 months through Doha

Is it possible to transit through Doha airport (without leaving the airport) with less than 6 months validity in your passport? If entry into destination location is allowed (Sydney)

customs and immigration: is it possible to leave a country with a passport and enter again with another passport?

A friend of mine left Egypt with the American passport. But due to the current situation, you will not be able to return to Egypt with the US passport; only those with Egyptian passports could return.

If you manage to issue an Egyptian passport, would it be possible to enter Egypt with it?
She is Egyptian and has an Egyptian national ID but does not have a passport.

Should I renew my passport now at my local post office?

Can I renew my passport at my local post office?

United States – US Travel Visa USA with expired PRC passport used with Hong Kong passport

I do not have a source for this opinion, but I am pretty sure that the Hong Kong Passport and the Chinese Passport are not from the same country. Therefore, you cannot enter the US. USA With the combination of passports that you own.

However, you should be able to apply for a new visa with your Hong Kong passport and it will probably be approved quickly based on your existing visa; You can mention it in the request.

Timatic mentions that he needs a visa in a Hong Kong passport.

If you plan to travel in the near future (I suppose not if you are asking about the necessary visa applications) you should also comply with the following Timatic advice:

Passengers can only enter or transit the United States through the following airports if they have entered or transited China in the past 14 days, due to the outbreak of a new coronavirus.

  • John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK),
  • Chicago O & # 39; Hare International Airport (ORD),
  • San Francisco International Airport (SFO),
  • Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA),
  • Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (HNL),
  • Los Angeles International Airport, (LAX),
  • Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport (ATL),
  • Dulles International Airport (IAD),
  • Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR),
  • Dallas / Fort Worth International Airport (DFW),
  • Detroit Metropolitan Airport (DTW).

United States: Do I need a passport for domestic US flights? USA Due to the 2019 REAL ID requirements?

Update March 24, 2020:

To reduce the need for people to go to DMV offices during the coronavirus pandemic, the deadline of October 1, 2020 has been postponed. A new date has not yet been determined. Thanks to Choster for linking to a Bloomberg News report.


Take a look at https://www.dhs.gov/real-id-public-faqs:

Beginning January 22, 2018, passengers with driver's licenses issued by a state that is not yet REAL ID compliant and has not received an extension will be required to show an acceptable alternative form of identification for domestic air travel. Check the TSA website for a list of acceptable forms of identification. Passengers who have licenses issued by a state that meets or has an extension to meet REAL ID requirements can continue to use their licenses as usual. For a list of states that are already in compliance or with an extension, visit the DHS REAL ID website. DHS continually updates this list as more states become compliant or obtain extensions.

Effective October 1, 2020, all residents of states and territories must present a REAL ID compliant license / ID or other form of acceptable identification to access federal facilities, enter nuclear power plants, and board aircraft commercial. This is what we call "card based" application. The card itself must be REAL ID compliant unless the resident is using an acceptable alternative document such as a passport. The Act does not require individuals to present identification where access to a federal facility is not currently required (such as entering the Smithsonian's public areas) nor does it prohibit an agency from accepting forms of identity documents other than documents from – compliant States with the requirements (such as a passport or US passport card).

Yes Pennsylvania is compatible (or has an extension), therefore you can use a Pennsylvania-issued document (license or ID card), even if the document not supported, until September 30, 2020. After that, you would need a compatible document or one issued by the federal government (for example, a passport or passport card).

Does Pennsylvania comply? Do you have an extension? See the Real ID home page at https://www.dhs.gov/real-id, which displays a map indicating that Pennsylvania has an extension. You can choose Pennsylvania in the "select a state" box below the map to see the details:

Pennsylvania has an extension to the REAL ID application, allowing federal agencies to accept Pennsylvania driver's licenses and ID cards at federal facilities, nuclear power plants, and federally regulated commercial aircraft until August 1, 2019.

If you fly between August 1, 2019 and September 30, 2020, therefore, you will want to check that page again and decide whether to bring your passport based on what you find. Or you can simply upgrade to a Real ID license now if you prefer, and not have to worry about any of this.

After October 1, 2020, you will need a Real-ID compliant driver's license or passport (or other TSA-listed document, if you have one).

Customs and Immigration: Do I have to complete the passport profiles of all family members, select all, and then complete the declaration form once, in the Mobile Passport app?

So I was setting up the Mobile Passport app for two of my family members and it says you should only submit a & # 39; New Declaration & # 39; for a family. There are two passengers, so should I fill out the passport information and make a profile for BOTH? And then they will have to select both passport profiles when completing the form, upon arrival at their destination? Or do you need a single passport profile for the whole family? As it says only one way is needed

Air travel: How can I know in advance if the immigration and the Taiwanese airline flying there will accept my passport?

I recently tried to fly from Manila (MNL) to Taipei (TPE), but at the airport counter AirAsia refused to sell me a plane ticket because my French passport was wet, and subsequently Taiwanese immigration officials could deny me entry. However, the passport was almost in perfect condition (it only had a few drops of water, it did not enter the laundry or the sea), and I had no problem with other airlines just a few minutes before and after flying to other places (to namely, Ho Chi Minh City SGN and Bangkok BKK) with the same passport and the same condition.

Anyway, this got me thinking: how do I know ahead of time if Taiwanese immigration and the airlines flying there will accept my passport status?

UK citizens: who to contact regarding departure date stamped on passport?

I am currently a British citizen in Tuguegarao (Northern Philippines) and I have no way of returning to Manila to catch my return flight to the UK on March 21 (all domestic flights from Tuguegarao, buses and other road transport are canceled until mid of April). International flights are still fine, and you can enter Manila with a valid international departure reservation, but I can't get to Manila.

We took a 12-hour bus to get here yesterday, and new quarantine rules were announced during our trip. Had we known, we would have traveled to Clark, which offers international flights, while Tuguegarao did not.

The British Embassy in Manila telephone line says it is closed even during opening hours, that the airline's (PAL) telephone lines are not available and that the UK foreign office is also not responding after the wait. As a result, it is probable / realistic. I will be here for a few more weeks. In principle, it's fine: I have a safe place to stay and I should be financially well. I can also work remotely.

However, the stamp on my passport (as a tourist) has a departure date of April 8, which is before the earliest date that I will be able to travel back to Manila unless the current situation changes (which is possible). I know that there are relatively harsh penalties for remaining in the country after the visa departure date, but they are also exceptional circumstances. Who can I contact to extend the departure date? Or should I wait until I finally catch a return flight and see what they say at the airport? I can't risk being banned from returning, since I have family here.

Thank you

customs and immigration: is entry denial possible for passport holders / residents of the country of origin?

Is there a country on earth that can legally deny entry of its own citizens to that country?

I am excluding transit to different countries to reach the destination.

It is also irrelevant to the answer about what happens after the person has entered the country (such as arrest or quarantine)

I'm specifically asking if a national of a country (holder of the passport of these countries) or resident of a country (with a valid residence permit for that country) is standing at the border, can they be legally denied entry?