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You know that if you get a cheaper 10th night it will just lower the average a little bit so maybe just make a booking to a dirt cheap hotel around you

General Discussion / Re: Getting A Green Card\US citizenship
« on: May 24, 2019, 12:02:02 PM »
Has anyone filled for the green card application while having essential plan 1 healthcare?

Is that considered public assistance or not?

I just filed two weeks ago, I got a lawyer to just review my papers.

Yes it is considered public assistance but if you got it for being a student you should write that in the notes at the end.

He also advised me that if I wouldn’t have gotten it for being a student, that it would’ve been better to  stop it before sending my application

You HAVE to take the train from zyr. At least in my experience. And yes it is a very good way to save money with cash fares

However, for the way back into France you can ditch the train since you have to take your luggage at the airport anyway (if you are a FF and afraid to be shutdown etc you can go to the train ticket desk and ask them to print the ticket and then leave since they have no way to further verify if you took the train or not). If you do want to use the train but want to go on a different train, ask the agent at the train desk and they should do it no problem. 

When you get to zyr Air France has a check in counter where you check in the same way you would at the airport including getting your luggage from you on certain flights.

You can also book a direct flight from Brussels with delta which should be priced similarly. The logic is that Air France and KLM are one company and based in France and the Netherland with Belgium stuck in the middle so they do this to attract the Belgian customers to fly with them since they’re also larger then Brussels airlines

They say that their internet is limited to 5 mbps, this is super slow

(Verizon in nyc is yo to like 80 mbps)

This is really great!!

Can anyone confirm if you’re registered with a non US address, that you wouldn’t need the MQD? I would think it’s obvious but I don’t see it mentioned in the terms and conditions

It is pretty cool

Would you be able to ask if there can be a map features or a list of the states/cities that he reviewed?

Destination Guides And Trip Planning / Re: Paris Master Thread
« on: May 05, 2019, 01:51:31 AM »
Anyone able to suggest a place to daven late Shachris (not before 8:30/8:45) that is reasonably easily accessible from CDG?  Is there a minyan factory type place in Paris?

Beis Chaya mushka
49 rue petit

Deals/Deal Requests / Re: Avocados in Brooklyn
« on: April 18, 2019, 09:17:05 AM »

Saudi let's you credit your wife and kids' miles to your account (including status I think)

General Discussion / Re: Stroller/Carriage Master Thread
« on: April 12, 2019, 12:48:27 AM »
Anywhere to get a Yo-yo for cheaper?

Also how would you rate a Doona vs YOyo stroller plus car seat?

Destination Guides And Trip Planning / Re: Lebanon Master Thread
« on: April 10, 2019, 03:39:57 AM »
As I stated in the article, there is no issue with visiting Saudi Arabia s a Jew, the issue is, that Saudi Arabia is impossible to visit. They simply  DO NOT issue visas to anyone, other than Muslims making the pilgrimage to Mecca or foreign businessman which are extremely difficult to obtain. Good luck getting a visa!

It seems to be pretty easy to get a transit visa while flying on Saudi Airlines

Credit Cards / Re: Barclays Arrival Plus World Elite MC Master Thread
« on: April 07, 2019, 03:20:23 AM »
I just logged in to my account on my phone and computer and everything seems good except that I cannot find the points section, has it happen to anyone?

Credit Cards / Re: Amex Closed Accounts
« on: April 03, 2019, 10:50:00 PM »
was caretech a scam?

why is the Montenegro one weird? I have a few from Bozaj

I have two paid passport stamps, Liechtenstein and San Marino.

I have a cancelled exit visa from China (after I missed a flight...)

I have a few that no one else on DDF has but this already belongs to the countries list... I also have several from land crossing in Europe and the Americas

I have a stamp from Kosovo, when I was at the border the guard was not going to stamp my passport (I believe they have this policy like Israel so people don't avoid visiting their country) but I told him that I wanted it and that I was for Kosovo and he loved it :) this might've prevented me from travelling to Serbia (and -at least officially- a few more countries) but I wouldn't want to go back there anyway.

I wonder how many people have had to make new passports because their passport was full (I did). Maybe we add a poll?

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