bostonter, with all due respect if you can't handle being talked to like an adult then stick to dealing with obvious scammers on lonely hearts websites. Sometimes the truth hurts, get over it.
He claims he'll put $3,000 into your account with no strings attached, then once you've recieved the $3,000 and confirmed it's real for some magical reason you need to forward it to him?!
What planet do you live on?!
Thanks for re-posting my link, Alethia. For some reason mine didn't have the additional information for "U.S. Residents." Weird...
So he's in the clear, but honestly, get a Passport... ;-)
The best place to get definitive answers for this is to go directly to the source:
1.) Jamaican Consulate in Canada: http://www.congenjamaica-toronto.com/html/forms/visa-information/entry-requirements/
2.) Jamaican Embassy in US: http://www.embass…
1.) The gigantic "thumbs up" graphic is really irritating and makes the page very difficult to navigate on a smartphone.
2.) Yes, you can buy the Tourist Card at Panama Airport.
Yes, you purchase the Tourist Card right at the airport. Everyone else on your flight will be doing the same thing, you can't board the aircraft without it. Nationality is immaterial.
Transquilo and have fun.
1.) You can't buy the Tourist Card upon arrival in Cuba except under special circimstances. In any case you won't be allowed to board the aircraft without it.
2.) According to this it doesn't look like Air Europia supplies the Tourist Card:
Yes, it could be a huge issue.
You give no clue of your nationality, or airline, or whether you're on a package tour or travelling independently... but under most circumstances showing up at the airport without a Cuban Tourist Card will mean you ca…
For simple questions like this the best place to start your research is directly with the Embassy/Consulate.
1.) Visa for China: http://www.chinese-embassy.org.uk/eng/visa/
2.) Visa for Hong Kong: http://www.chinese-embassy.org.uk/eng/visa/rcgadq/…
You don't have a Spanish Schengen Visa. You have a Schengen Visa, period.
The countries in the Schengen Zone are: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxe…
That's what I was afraid of... I can't see how anyone could be refused entry yet their Visa still remain valid.
Hopefully there's good news at the Italian Embassy but I wouldn't count on it.
Good luck, Joshua. Please come back and tell us what hap…
kerryd, as with many questions involving Visas you fail to give the single most important piece of information: Which country are you trying to enter? Surly you realize that not all foreign countries have the same entry requirements...
No, it doesn't say that at all. Read the link and follow the instructions for contacting the government and trying to get a permit.
Expect a lot of time and a lot of paperwork and a lot of hassle.