The US has a few things in common with Europe, especially when it comes to immigration.
But even so, there are some differences when it come to how it all works.
Here are the three key differences between US and European immigration.1.
There are no international flights to Greece.
As of April 2018, there were no international airlines to take you to the Greek islands.
However, you may be able to get around that by chartering a plane to Greece from the US.2.
The US is one of only a few countries that does not require you to prove that you are currently a resident of the country before you can apply for a visa.
This means you will be able apply for your visa even if you are already living in the US, and even if the US is a very restrictive visa.3.
The United States requires that you have lived in the country for at least 30 days before you are eligible to apply for an American visa.
In other words, if you have been in the United States for 30 days and your current residence in Greece is not known, you will need to prove your current residency to get a visa for the US and you will not be able use a different passport to apply.
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