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My father went to the UK a long time ago on a 6 month visit visa. But, he ended up staying and working there for about 10 years. The Home Office had taken his biometrics, but in 2008, he left the UK and took a taxi to Spain. Since 2012, he has been a resident of Spain. He would now like to visit the UK again and plans to apply for a 6 month visit visa. Although it has been more than 10 years since he left the UK, should he reveal it in the application where they ask if you have ever stayed or worked in the UK illegally?
My father went to the uk long time ago on a visit visa of 6 month. Then he stayed there about 10 years and worked there.Home Office taken his Biometrics but on 2008 he left uk and entered in spain by Taxi. Now he is a resident of spain from 2012 and he is willing to apply for a 6 month visit visa to the uk.Though it passed more than 10 years he is out of uk My question is shall we reveal it in the application where they ask have you ever stayed or worked in the uk illegally?
Rules-as-written, they must pick one subrace of elf.
Rules-based answer: Pick one or the other.
According to Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes, the shadar-kai are a subrace of elf. This excludes half-elf and human as possible offspring. A half-elf is defined as the offspring of an elf and a human, while a human is a different race from elf entirely.
There are no specific rules for the offspring of two different subraces of elves. However, Player’s Handbook, p.23, defines the following rule for playing an elf:
Ancient divides among the elven people resulted in three main subraces: high elves, wood elves, and dark elves, who are commonly called drow. Choose one of these subraces.
Mordenainen’s Tome of Foes additionally adds three subraces:
At the DM’s discretion, you have access to more sub-races for elf characters, in addition to the subraces in the Player’s Handbook. When you choose the subrace of your elf, you can choose one of the following options: eladrin, sea elf, or shadar-kai.
Rules-as-written, then, the player must pick either the statistics of a high elf or a shadar-kai elf. Anything else, such as some homebrew mix of the two, must be ruled upon by the DM.
Lore answer: Canonically undefined
The lore of the shadar-kai as elves is thus far restricted to Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes. This is because shadar-kai were not canonically elves prior to 5th edition. They were described in 4th edition as humanlike, rather than elves.
In other words, the description of the shadar-kai in Mordenkainen’s Tome of Foes is the sole source of lore on that race as regards their offspring with a high elf. That work does not define any such offspring, meaning that it is undefined.
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I think the question is which option is safer. Of course, being on an airplane close to others is problematic, but it is important to consider the comparative level of security in the United States and Germany.
For example, in the United States, at least 3,921 people died (around 12 per million), while in Germany, it was 732 (around 9 per million). However, these numbers change daily and are not the best indicator of our direction. In the same sources, however, you will find these graphics:
This implies that the turning point between exponential growth and saturation is already in the past in Germany (however, it can revert to exponential growth, if for example people resume their pre-corona habits), but not in the United States.
A measure often used is also the number of hospital beds per capita. Wikipedia lists a higher number for Germany, however, ICU beds are fewer per capita in Germany than in the United States. Additionally, I couldn't find any reliable data on the fans, which may be another important measure.
My father's US visa will end this month. What can we do if the virus is not better? He will have to fly from Phoenix to Stuttgart, Germany! He is in good health, following all the rules, at the moment, he is 94 years old!
Is he likely to get a visa extension? Can he return to Germany safely?
I was fired from my job and had to move in with my father. The only bills he has are the utilities and he cleans the house. I have saved a lot of money and I don't have to worry about paying my bills for a while. He has a fixed income and should I give it to him? It seems that at the end of each month, he needs money. So far, I have given her $ 300. Today he asked me for $ 60
I think teenagers often go through a wave of emotions with their hearts on their sleeves. Which means you take it all personally … a laugh a look a dazzling look … you feel it's a bed thing directed at you.
And if your father didn't make fun of you but, laughing because you're funny, stupid, grew up too fast. Or he laughed because you have an incredible thought and talent that tickles him.
Insulting … I don't feel like laughing is an insult. Laughing when you cry … he just doesn't understand the problems, the problems you are having.
Many women giggle and laugh out of habit and because most of them are insecure, maybe Dad is one of those types.
I think you think about it too much.
Work on you … grow up .. your father is not that bad ..
Learn a hobby or skill, train the dog … do constructive things with your time. Learn a musical instrument
Get a babysitting job, dog walk, fast food and save everything … so you can take care of yourself without the help of dads for college and life.
Well, when Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, the federal government sent cargo planes full of food, water and medical supplies. Democratic leaders locked up these supplies in empty warehouses and claimed they never received them – leaving their own constituents to suffer and die – just so they could generate some dirt on Trump by claiming that he had done nothing to help them.
So yes, it is safe to say that there are Democrats who are hoping that the Crona virus and the stock market correction are getting worse just to be able to point the finger at Trump.