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Do any of you TSA Pre-Check approved people know if Pre Check allows you to skip the full body scanner in some or most airports?

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I'm a Filipino citizen and my husband is a British citizen. Both of us have US Green Cards (Permanent Resident visas). We are going to visit my husband's family in the UK in July. While were are there, we want to have a 3 or 4 days tour in France. Can we take a Eurostar train from London or Dover to France? Do we have to apply for a Schengen visa and stamp on our passport? I'm aware that Filipino passport holders do need to a visa from a specific European country to enter the Schengen Area.

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One night of some months ago I realized there were some burglars in the apartment below mine. As an Italian living in Germany, I didn't know the number to call the police, but I knew that in all Europe there's a common number for emergencies, 112, and I was confident it was enough. I dialled it and started to explain what had happened. Some seconds later, I was interrupted: "In this case you need the police. This is the fire brigade. Please call 110." They didn't even offer to transfer the call themselves. Maybe I could have asked for that, but I didn't think about it. So I just hung up and dialled 110, and at last I was able to talk to the police.

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A colleague accidentally purchased a US ESTA from a scam site that I won't dignify with a link, charging him $31. (The official site charges just $14.) Like most scam sites, the site actually did get him an ESTA, they just took a fat cut. He'd like to request a refund (the site promises they have a 30-day refund policy), get his money back and try again via the official site, but the US Embassy in Australia says: If you think you have been victimized, you can contact your bank or credit card company and dispute the charges on your statement. Please be aware that if the $14.00 charge submitted to the U.S.

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What are good gifts to take to Swedish family in 2014? Many American things are now easy to find there. The most recent postings seem to be 2012. Some say towels...terrycloth? We'd like to get something for their little girl, too (about 2).

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I have dual nationality (although China doesn't recognise that) and will be leaving China to Sri Lanka on my Chinese passport which is in my Chinese name and which I have done on previous ocassions. I will have an e-visa for immigration purposes exiting China and travel on a return ticket. On arrival to Sri Lanka I want to show and have the entry stamp in my UK passport so when I travel onward to London a few days later there is no exit formality confusion. However, and here is the worry, my Chinese passport and UK passport are in quite different names.

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We are travelling as a family of four. Our passports are European (Lithuanian). I was planning on flying one way and then staying until 'I had enough' of Cambodia (maybe 6 months maybe more) and then head for Laos or Vietnam. Plan is to get Visas on Arrival (E), and then extend them for 3-6 months... Cambodian immigration website does list onward tickets as requirement and, I recently had a 'revelation' that I need to have return or onward tickets in most countries, (I have been checked for visas and fly-onward tickets when boarding EVA Air in Heathrow)...

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I am a Finnish citizen. I'm used to travelling only within the Schengen Area and/or EU, and I'm able to do it with my Finnish National ID card. I haven't even bothered to get an expensive passport, as there's never been need for it. Now I almost by accident, booked a flight from Finland (HEL) to Cyprus (LCA) that had a connecting flight in Boryspil, Kyiv, Ukraine (KBP). Do I have to get a passport to get to my connecting flight at Boryspil, if I never leave the terminal and stay within the "international area"? I'm only trying to get from Finland to Cyprus, and have no need to cross the Ukrainian border at Boryspil.

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A Peruvian guy is flying from Paris to Mayotte (a French overseas department). He is visa-exempt for mainland France, but not for Mayotte. When I flew from Paris to Guadeloupe (also a French overseas department) Guadeloupean immigration was unstaffed on arrival, meaning those in need of an entry stamp had no way of getting it. Does it work the same when flying into Mayotte from Paris? If so, how can an entry stamp be obtained? Is one even needed, or will the mainland French exit stamp be sufficient?

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