I am living in Germany. My residence permit expires on 31st August 2021. Can I book my flight to India on 1st September 2021?

I am living in Germany. My residence permit expires on 31st August 2021. Can I book my flight to India on 1st September 2021? Will there be any penalty? Will, there be any penalty, or will I face any problem the next time I come

webapp rec – Can you have a virtual US phone number while living overseas?

I’m currently staying in South Korea, and won’t be back to US until next year. And one technical inconvenience is that I can’t receive text messages from my bank or credit card company. They allow only US phone numbers linked to my account. And there are times I need to call in for them to verify my ID (which can be done hassle-free if I am able to receive a text message). But international toll free numbers are not really toll free, and sometimes I have to wait over 10 minutes on the line to be put through. So I was just wondering if I can get a US virtual phone number that could only be used to send and receive text messages. If I am asking a question in the wrong forum, I am sorry. And in that case, I’d appreciate it if you could tell me where I should ask this question.

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uk – Does a moroccan living in france need a visa for a stopover at london stansted airport?

I would like to have clarification on the following case. A person of Moroccan nationality with a residence permit (private and family life) who travels by plane to France but has a stopover in London, more precisely at the airport of stansted . The stopover lasts less than 4 hours. The question is whether this person would need a visa. If so, which one?

On this link https://www.gov.uk/check-uk-visa/y/morocco/transit/somewhere_else/yes , there are indications on this case but it is not clear. I have the impression that the visa is not mandatory but I would like to have your opinion.

customs and immigration – Declaring items purchased while living abroad, but shipped from US, upon return

My wife and I have been living in Canada for 4 months on a work permit. We’ll be returning to the US soon, where we are both citizens. The general guidance is that anything we purchased abroad, we need to declare, which we will.

But, we have several items that we shipped from the US to Canada for our use while in Canada – a few articles of clothing, vitamins, that sort of thing. These items are made in the US, and shipped from the US. Do we need to declare these, since we are technically bringing them back into the country?

I assume for items made in the US and purchased in Canada, the usual rules apply (we need to declare theses)?

Thanks!

covid 19 – Car mask rules in Italy when living together during holiday

We are 5 people from Germany, living in 3 different households. During our holiday in Italy we will live together in one household.

There’s a rule in Italy that only 3 people from different households are allowed to ride inside the same car. Does this apply to us?

covid 19 – Car rules when living together during holiday

We are 5 people from Germany, living in 3 different households. During our holiday in Italy we will live together in one household.

There’s a rule in Italy that only 3 people from different households are allowed to ride inside the same car. Does this apply to us?

dnd 5e – Can a living shadow be dissipated with light?

Nothing happens.

The living shadow is not a creature. It doesn’t have hit points or an armor class, and most importantly, it always persists and there are no end conditions listed in its description:

The shadow you cast is animate and ever-present, even when lighting conditions would otherwise prevent it.

There isn’t much else to say here, there is just nothing in the gift description that gives any indication that firing a crossbow bolt at it, enchanted or otherwise, will do anything.

dnd 5e – Can a living shadow be dissapated with light?

Nothing happens.

The living shadow is not a creature. It doesn’t have hit points or an armor class, and most importantly, it always persists and there are no end conditions listed in its description:

The shadow you cast is animate and ever-present, even when lighting conditions would otherwise prevent it.

There isn’t much else to say here, there is just nothing in the gift description that gives any indication that firing a crossbow bolt at it, enchanted or otherwise, will do anything.

Are we living in the end times? What do you think?

Are we living in the end times? What do you think?

The Last Hour – Decoded!