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Travelling through Incheon International Airport

Old May 1, 18, 12:15 am
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Travelling through Incheon International Airport

I am citizen of INDIA and travelling from USA to INDIA with Korean Air. I have to change flight at Incheon Airport (Terminal 2).
My USA visa has expired. European countries do need US visa if i was travelling from there.

However if i am travelling from Korea, Do i need to have transit visa if i am changing flight in Korea to travel to INDIA with expired US visa ?

Any advise is highly appreciated.

Thanks,
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Old May 1, 18, 12:32 am
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Assuming you are traveling on a single ticket, you donít have a long layover and you do not exit the transit area, you do not need a transit visa.
You can check for yourself here: https://skyteam.traveldoc.aero/
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Old May 1, 18, 10:29 pm
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You are Indian citizen going home, so it doesn't matter about USA visa....but I am not 100% sure about that. Call Korean Embassy in USA to ask that.... If you stay inside the airport as transit passenger, you do not need Korea visa.
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