Sorry, I don't understand your post, Ali.
Tell me which airline you're flying on to Cuba and which airport you're departing from and I can likely tell you how to get the Cuban Tourist Card.
Alethia is absolutely top-notch, you couldn't be in better hands.
That said, this is a very old thread. Lots of stuff changes in 3 years.
Hopefully Alethia will be update the info shortly.
This is horrible money exchange advice for Cuba.
1. The Cuban Peso is not traded internationally. You can't buy it in the UK.
2. Purchasing foreign currency in your own country is fine for nervous travellers who want to arrive wi…
Jadina, OP = Original Poster. That's you.
What I mean by it being "rubber stamped" is because your overstay was so long ago they should not treat you as a criminal and the Temporary Waiver of Inadmissibility should be issued with no hassle.
Alethia, the reason I wouldn't trust an ESTA is because on the small chance that it goes through you'd be showing up at US CBP with likely a red flag still sitting on their computer screen. US CBP really, really hates Visa infractions. The chances o…
It's true that you don't require a Tourist Card for Cuba, but bring some documentation that backs that up just in case you have a dumb check-in agent who doesn't know the rules. Sometimes European airlines can be a bit silly about stuff like this.
No one here knows why you were denied entry into Korea. No one can guess if reapplying for another Visa will work. Obviously no one can guess when you can return to Korea either.
You need to go back to the Korean Embassy and ask them to investigate…
I assume you're flying from Canada?
The Cuban Tourist Card will be supplied by your Tour Operator or Airline, no worries. (No one can arrive in Cuba without the Tourist Card in hand.)
osamy, the confusion here is your terms "passport book" and "passport card." There is no such documents called by those terms.
You need a Passport to travel. That's all. It says your country on the outside cover, the inside has your photo and all y…
First of all, you haven't met anyone yet, you've become acquainted with someone on a computer screen. In any case, how in the world can strangers on the Internet possibly have an opinion on this situation? It's impossible.
Do what a grown up would …
That's a great write-up Chips, thanks for taking the time to post.
For other Americans looking for valid extended health insurance in Cuba here's what you can purchase it upon arrival:
I'm relieved your wife's ill…
"... Scared as hell for many reasons..."
I assume the biggest reason you're scared is that you've never met him or his family - and you've never travelled to a developing country before. Have you even been outside the US?
If that's the case (and p…