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  • For straightforward Visa question like this it's always better to simply visit the Embassy/Consulate website and get the accurate, out-to-date information direct from the source. Go here: As you'll see you a…
  • Honestly newday77, what possible difference would it make if anyone here knew your scammer? Who cares? In any case this isn't a lonely hearts forum, it's a travel forum. Cheers, Terry
  • Simple questions like Visa requirements are best answered by simply checking with the appropriate Embassy/Consulate. It's always best to get this kind of easy information direct from the source:…
  • And if you think I'm exaggerating simply Google, "overstay Singapore visa." This was a really dumb move on your part. Good luck. Cheers, Terry
  • As usual with almost Visa questions on this forum you fail to mention the two most important pieces of information: What is your nationality & what kind of Visa did you have? That said, Singapore doesn't look kindly upon overstays - especially …
  • There is no such thing as a Belgium Schengen Visa or an Italian Schengen Visa. The Schengen Visa covers the entire Schengen area and all 26 member countries. With the Visa in hand there is no separate border control between any of the Schengen count…
  • Eddy, agree with Alethia... you need better grammar/syntax and most importantly clear and concise information in your post... as it stands now it's just a bunch of gobbledygook... it's impossible to figure out what you're asking. Cheers, Terry
  • "... My question is am i allowed to bring in any amount of english pounds to the UK..." You can bring as much cash as you wish into the UK, but you must declare amounts of €10,000 or more (or the equivalent in another currency) and be prepared to l…
  • Generally the advice is to never bother with an appeal because that paperwork seems to disappear, never to be heard from again, so it's usually better to make a brand new application with the appropriate corrections. Alethia is the expert here, I'm…
  • I'm not sure what answer you're looking for... they stated very clearly why your application was refused, your only option is to simply reapply with correct documentation, yes? Cheers, Terry
  • shahzz, thanks for confirming that you're just another scammer looking for a free ride out of Pakistan... Cheers, Terry
    in marriage visa Comment by CheersT April 4
  • Not to be rude, but you'll never be granted a UK Visa and for that I am happy. Cheers, Terry
    in marriage visa Comment by CheersT April 4
  • I have no clue what your chances are, but unlike many on this forum you are well researched and well prepared so I wish you good luck. All the best to you. Cheers, Terry
  • Actually Peggy you're making yourself perfectly easy to judge. You're posting like a spoiled little baby, lashing out at anyone and everyone. I can almost hear you stomping your feet and spitting at the computer monitor. Grow up and learn some mann…
  • Calm down Peggy. You started two separate Original Posts about the very topic on the very same branch of the forum. It's perfectly reasonable for someone to be frustrated with answering the same questions in two separate places. Get over yourself. …
  • "... I have searched and searched and searched for the real person in the picture, because, quite honestly, I was attracted to him, but to no avail. Just seems odd..." No, what's REALLY odd is your infatuation with a picture of a stranger on the In…
  • How can you expect anyone to have any clue why your application was rejected? Contact the Embassy and ask them so you know what to correct when you reapply. Good luck. Cheers, Terry
  • Honestly, who cares? Surely there are "Lonely Hearts" websites to post this stuff? Cheers, Terry
  • 1.) General Visa information here: 2.) Specific Visa information is Section 6 here: 3.) Here's the Visa Application:…
  • How can you expect anyone to comment when you give zero information? No clue whatsoever of your nationality, what country you're referring to, what kind of Visa you're asking about, etc... Cheers, Terry
  • For casa particulars (Cuban version of a Bed & Breakfast), local guides and other local services and info... 1.) 2.) 3.) 4.) http://www.jorge-cubaholiday…
  • It's winter so it's not as hot of course. Very end of the hurricane season. The south end of the island is warmer. If you want a crazy Christmas celebration Google, "Las Parrandas de Remedios." Have fun. Cheers, Terry
  • Try clicking in this: Cheers, Terry
  • Great minds indeed, haha. Cheers, Terry
  • Beat you by 3 minutes, Alethia. ;-) Cheers, Terry
  • Yourvisapro, as usual you are posting nonsense. There is no "international rule" regarding passport validity, every individual country sets its own rules. Many do require 6 months validity, many others do not. Cheers, Terry
  • You can stay in Italy without a visa for up to 90 days within each 180-day period, so no, your second visit of 90 days is too soon. Cheers, Terry
  • Alethia, you forgot to attach the list.... ;-) Cheers, Terry
  • No. You just can't leave the area covered by the Schengen Visa because you won't be able to get re-entry. Cheers, Terry
  • Alihaseni, are you drunk? ;-) Cheers, Terry