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The Embassy Information You Need

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The Embassy Information You Need
The type of consular services you can expect from an embassy or consulate depends on the country you are traveling to and your prior relationships with the embassy or consulate. If you have recently arrived in a foreign country, then you should check with the embassy or consulate prior to your departure date and provide them with your prior information. สล็อตเว็บตรง
 
1. If you are a student, you should contact your school’s foreign affairs office and arrange to have an embassy or consulate representative visit you.
 
2. If you are a tourist and your embassy or consulate representative is a senior citizen, then you will most likely be given a room in a consulate office building. Consulates will do a file search on you and given your name, any relevant travel documents will be returned to you.
 
3. If you can, take a notarized copy of your birth certificate and pertinent identification papers with you. You should also leave a detailed itinerary of your travels with your embassy or consulate so that they have it available.
 
4. Once you are in a foreign country, you should keep a copy of your passport and pertinent travel documents with a relative or friend. Phone numbers and useful contacts are always handy. Remember that your travel documents may be replaced if lost, stolen, orandals are able to access them.
 
5. Travel insurance is very important. If you have taken out Travel Insurance, be sure to carry it with you at all times. Distinguish it from the traveler’s insurance that you may also be carrying. Always carry the name and address of your insurance agent with you in case of a claim.
 
6. If you are a senior citizen traveling on vacation, have a designated driver or use a cab.
 
7. Pack a sandwich and a drink. In this age of Super-Sized Meals, you can pack just about anything for your vacation. Remember that the airline will not always be able to seat you on a plane, and packing food and drinks make it easier for the airlines to hold you without crowding other passengers.
 
8. Bring toys, activities for children, and a book to read. The child, if not kept inactive, may not be as lively on the plane as you.
 
9. Bring a hat in the summer and a hat in the winter. If you can, bring a hat for the winter so that your head does not become chapped (this happened to me the first year I traveled). If you are not sure if you have a hat that will protect you, buy aaping hatsfor seniors as they are much warmer and waterproof than the usual hats.
 
10. Always use quality products, non-fragmented, for travel. Sarong fabrics are always a good idea.
 
11. Bring magazines rather than books. You can read them on the plane or in the car.
 
12. Always read your travel guide thoroughly to familiarize yourself with the country you will be visiting.
 
13. Bring your own “travel case.” There is always a designated suitcase for carry-on luggage with a lock and a zip opening for items like swimsuit, toiletries, and kit-like things. This case can be a hard case, or a soft-sided container.
 
14. You will always have your favorite plush blanket and pillow. Always.
 
15. Bring your most comfortable shoes, for the plane or the car.
 
16. Bring a thermos of hot coffee. You will sipping your coffee and putting the container away, when you need the warm drink later.
 
17. Trust me, two deep baths will wake you up. I have built my systems based around a bed, using lamps and water jets to keep me comfortable.
 
18. Pack your favorite sweater or hat in your carry-on bag. You always carry a sweater or a hat in your luggage, but in your carry-on bag, you’ll have more.
 
19. Last but not least, learn to pack light. Yep, you’ll have to drag a heavy suitcase or bag around with you, but spending 20 minutes doing so will not break your spirit.20. remembering that, in the end, the journey will be worth it.
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