Tax Delinquents in US Beware – Your Passports Could be Revoked

Are you looking to get a new passport in US or do you need to renew your passport for upcoming international travel plans? Well, if you are a delinquent tax payer in US, you will neither be able to get a new passport nor be able to renew it. Infact travel bans can also be implemented to people who have not cleared their taxes. Continue reading

Passports of blogger, political activist revoked

Passports of blogger, political activist revoked
Mustafa said that if Tan and Ali wished to return to Malaysia, they would have to apply for an Emergency Certificate (EC) at any Malaysian mission to enter the country legally. The EC is valid for a … “The passport is not given to everyone. It is …
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A virus doesn't require a passport
… Control and Prevention's Quarantine and Border Health Services Branch, part of the division of Global Migration and Quarantine, composed of doctors and scientists who are very well versed as emergency responders, to intensify the screening process.
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The Great Escape Business
Ideally, this is not the moment to think fast, but to fall back on one's rigorously tested emergency response and evacuation plans. For dreaming up and executing these complicated logistical operations, … This became a problem when they tried to …
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Report: Snowden's US Passport Revoked

Report: Snowden's US Passport Revoked
A U.S. official on Sunday said Edward Snowden's passport was annulled before he left Hong Kong for Russia. Snowden's travel plans could be complicated – but not thwarted – by a lack of passport. The U.S. official said that if a senior official in a …
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Passport Premiere Detects Around the World Fare Opportunities From Japan
Passport Premiere Detects Around the World Fare Opportunities From Japan, Price Hikes From Europe. Email; Printer … In Asia, Japan has suddenly become an around the world hotspot thanks to the Yen's 20% slide against the U.S. dollar. In June, 2012 …
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