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You can request one, for sure. Beware it may take up to 70 working days ( about 3 months) to get one though...pinksunflower wrote: ↑Mon Oct 07, 2019 2:18 amDoes anyone know what the rule is regarding how many blank pages you can have in a convention travel document when applying for a replacement?
My partner has three blank pages left. We intend to travel to 2 countries where he requires a visa. The embassies have specified that he needs two blank pages for each visa.
Can he request a replacement travel document and include a letter explaining why he needs a new one when the current one has three blank pages or does he not have to include an explanation?
You don't qualify for a travel document!!
I hold the blue convention travel document can someone tell me if I need a visa for Dominican Republic ?slavaengland wrote: ↑Tue Jun 19, 2018 12:22 amHi guys!Chanel2015 wrote: ↑Fri Jun 15, 2018 9:29 amI think they all do , but it depends on where you want to travel to if it’s Dubai or Qatar don’t bother. For the list of countries that accept the documents without visas or with visas , I use google
I had Blue Travel documents during 5 years resident permit. I flow with many airlines and not problem with airlines. I had 3 times connection flights in Qatar (Doha Airport)and Etihad (Abu Dhabi Airport). You can fly with out any limits but you can't leaving airport building.
Airport staff will check your travel documents by phone with somebody before you go to aircraft even you was in same country 2 days ago and 10 times for last 3 months.
I visited WITH OUT visa: France, Spain, Andorra, Gibraltar, Germany, Netherland, Belgium, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Lichtenstein, Italy, San Marino, Monaco, Greece, Aruba, Dominican Rep., Georgia.
I visited WITH visa: Russia, Azerbajdzjan, Kazakhstan, Egypt.
Airlines who I flow with and no body ask me letter from embussy:
1. Etihad Airways (UAE)
2. Qatar Airways (Qatar)
3. Air Astana (KAZ)
4. Thomson Airways (UK)
5. Aeroflot (RUS)
6. British Airways (UK)
7. Azal (AZE)
8. Air Malta (MAL)
9. Lufthansa (GER)
10. FinnAir (FIN)
11. Aegea (GRE)
12. Tomas Cook (UK)
13. EuroWings (GER)
14. Brussel Airlines (BLG)
15. SwissAir (SWT)
16. EasyJet (UK)
17. Monarch (UK)
18. Georgian Airlines (GEO)
19. Small Planet (LIT)
20. Ryanair (IRL)
21. WizzAir (HUN)
I know some solicitor's charge ridiculous amounts of money. But some solicitors charge only £5 or £10 to sign the photo or the form.9jagirl wrote: ↑Tue Dec 31, 2019 6:20 amHi everyone
i applied for a travel document and have been asked to get a professional person to sign the passport and form. problem is i dont know any of the professionals listed and i do not have money to pay a solicitor to do this. can someone please suggest another route ii can take to fulfil this requirement. thank you
Refugee travel document takes 20 days or 30days.A shopkeeper or a security guard ,a taxi driver or any professional person can sign the photo.It is a big joke to look for a GP or Solicitor to sign a photo .When it takes more than 30days ,a person should contact HO.