The easiest thing to do is to get a State ID. This can be easily done at a local MVD.
Another option would be to get a Driver License. Since you're from Australia*, you will need to get a car (either from a friend or rented) and take a computer and road test.
For either option, I recommend getting an ID valid for Federal Identification (air travel).
As Franck writes, Iranian citizens are eligible for student visas even with the restrictions on most visas currently in effect for Iranians.
However, as you say you are also a Danish citizen, you will probably find the process smoother if you apply with your Danish passport. According to the DHS FAQ (question #22), dual citizens traveling on their non-...
Iranian citizens can study in the US, typically via an F1 visa. See https://ir.usembassy.gov/visas/faqs/ for more information. The most frequent process is 1) apply to US school 2) upon acceptance, their international student office will guide you, as you need some document from them to apply for an F1 visa.
I cannot help much, but here is some info:
info in english -> https://spb.hse.ru/en/io/immigration/;
registration must be performed within 7 days, with a few exceptions for citizens of some ex-USSR countries;
if you have been staying at a hotel, it must have registered you for the period of your stay, so you have some extra time;
in case of violation of the ...
Consulates and Embassies in general provide service to any legal resident in a given area, and since you are a legal resident of Ireland, the German Consulate and/or Embassy will definitely allow you to apply for a visa.
You can get information about requirements at the German Embassy in Dublin website.
You can apply for the family reunion visa for your wife once you have obtained your own authorization (nulla osta) even before you get your own visa.
To do this, you can get an appointment in the Italian embassy in Iran. The application form will be the long-term visa application form- similar as yours. The main documents that they ask for are the nulla osta,...
This text says nothing about another class of visa.
It says only that if an applicant for a student visa has or will receive a scholarship for partial or full support of their studies and/or living expenses, then the applicant must provide (to the Irish immigration authorities, as part of their visa application) a letter from the "relevant organization," i....
Answering my own question:
I received my VISA, and presently in the UK now.
So I submitted only Original Documents, as per my CAS Letter and the docs asked by UKVI office, nothing additional documents.
Do not come here. I live here and have the hardest time to find a social circle. People are like villagers. Enjoy watching tv, working on their homes, being alone...and so on. They are really nice but you will be lonely. It's almost guaranteed. If you don't speak the language, that is 10 times worse. It's just really horrible and isolating.
Germany in ...