You can get away with flying with a tourist tattoo on your leg
Posted September 06, 2018 09:18:07When you’re traveling solo, you may not need to worry about your tattoo getting damaged or removed.
There are several countries where you can fly with a tourism tattoo on the leg.
There are two basic requirements to getting your tattoo removed from the leg: 1) You have to be a tourist and the tattoo has to be on a non-travel related topic.
If you’re travelling alone, you can just get the tattoo removed.
If there are two tattoo artists working together, they may not agree on what to remove.
The tattoo artist can request a different artist to remove the tattoo, but the other artist must agree.2) You must not be under 18.
A tourist or tourist-related tattoo has an expiration date.
This expiration date will not be valid unless you’re a tourist.
A tattoo artist cannot legally remove your tattoo unless it’s expired.
If you’re visiting Canada, you have to get a tourist visa before you can travel alone.
If your tattoo is on a travel related topic, it will be removed from your leg for the duration of your visit.
It won’t stay on your other leg.
You will need to provide proof of the tattoo removal.
The proof must be a photo of the ink on the tattoo and a photo that you can show on your passport.
You will need a letter from the tattoo artist certifying the removal.
If the tattoo is legal to fly with, you’ll need to show a copy of your passport and proof of travel, but it’s unlikely that they will give you a letter certifying your tattoo removal unless you already had one.
To get a tattoo removed, you must have a tourist or travel-related passport.
If it has a photo on it, you need to prove that you were traveling on a commercial flight, a train, or a bus and have not been issued a passport for any other reason.
This is the same as showing proof of citizenship or a valid passport.
For more information on getting a tourist passport, visit the Travel Department of the Canadian government website or call 1-800-668-5554.