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Getting a visa can be a stressful process. The long and complicated paperwork or documentation can can quickly become cumbersome. Our team at Xtripo has the required knowledge, experience and expertise for this field. We support you to smoothly overcome the complex visa procedure and file your visa application with greater ease.
There are many types of visa base on the purpose of your visit. Xtripo provides all types of visa solutions. Visa is applied for any country online. There is a learning curve to understand the process. It involves lot of documentation and filling of application form. A person has to meet the eligibility requirements specific to the country you wish to move to.
There are different eligibility requirements for different types of visa like a student visa, a tourist visa, immigration visa, work visa, etc.
Here are the general steps to process a visa application:
- Select your visa type
- Prepare your application as per the needs
- Attend an appointment meeting at the country’s embassy or consulate
- Get a decision on your application
Doing all this thing by yourself mostly gets overwhelming. It is always a better option to consult an immigration expert who can help you in an efficient way.
Xtripo has the required expertise to make your visa process a hassle free ride.
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General FAQs for Visa Application
A visa is an official document that allows the bearer to legally enter a foreign country. The visa is usually stamped or glued into the bearer’s passport. There are several different types of visas, each of which afford the bearer different rights in the host country.
Different types of Visas are available depending on your requirement and purpose of travel overseas such as Student Visa, Work Visa, Business Visa, Immigrant Visa, Visitor Visa, etc.
The documents required for a Visa interview will depend on the nation and type of Visa that you are applying to. The documents that are most commonly required are:
- Original Passport with a minimum of 6 months of validity after arrival to the overseas nation
- All expired Passports
- 1 photograph both hard and digital copy as per the specification
- The Visa application confirmation page stamped at the VAC
- A valid receipt of Visa fee payment
- Printout of appointment letter for the Visa interview
Supporting documents are used to verify –
- To check illegal history, if any
- Economic affordability;
- Intention to return to home country
The Visa processing times vary according to the Visa category you applied and your location. The time required is somewhere between few weeks to some months.
The cost of the Visa also depends on the category of Visa and your location.
Below are the general guidelines for a Visa application:
- Identify the type of Visa that you require
- Identify the authorized place for Visa application (Embassy/Consulate)
- Book an appointment for the Visa interview
- Fill the Visa application form
- Collate the necessary documents
- Attend the interview for the Visa
- Pay the required Visa fee
- Wait for the decision on your Visa application
Work visas are required for individuals who wish to take on employment or engage in business activities in the host country. There are several types of work visas that depend on the nature of the work and length of stay. For example, working holiday visas allow individuals to temporarily take on employment while travelling through the country.
A student visa is a type of nonimmigrant visa that allows the bearer to enrol at a postsecondary educational institution in the host country. High school foreign exchange students must typically obtain a visa for temporary residence.
Working holiday visas allow the bearer to undertake temporary employment in a country through which they are travelling. Not every country offers a working holiday program. Australia has the most popular such program.
Travellers may sometimes require transit visas in order to pass through a country that is not their destination country. Transit visas are typically required if you have a layover in a country of more than a few hours.
Travel visas can be separated into two categories: immigrant and nonimmigrant. Immigrant visas allow the bearer to reside permanently in the host country, whereas nonimmigrant visas allow the bearer entry into the host country on a temporary basis.
Visas are necessary if you’d like to travel to a country that does not have a visa policy in place with your home country.
Countries have visa restrictions in order to check and control the flow of visitors in and out of the country and to prevent illegal immigration and other criminal activities. Forcing travellers to apply for a visa allows the authorities to vet potential visitors. For example, individuals may attempt to travel to a country with better economic opportunities in order to work illegally there.
Travel visas allow the bearer to enter a foreign country for touristic and leisure purposes only and stay for a predetermined amount of time. These visas do not entitle the holder to work or engage in any business activities in the host country.
A business visa allows the bearer to enter the host country and engage in business activities without joining that country’s labour market. For example, an individual may require a business visa if they are travelling to a country to do business with another company or if they are attending a business conference. The visitor typically must show that they are not receiving income from the country.
Refugee visas and asylum visas can be granted to individuals fleeing persecution, war, natural disasters and other situations in which their life is at risk.
Spousal visas allow partners to visit each other when the couple does not hail from the same country.
An eVisa, or electronic visa, is a digital visa that is stored in a database rather than stamped or glued into the bearer’s passport. The eVisa is linked to the individual’s passport number. Applications for eVisas are typically done over the Internet and the applicant will receive a paper document to present while travelling.
Traditional visas can either be stamped or glued into your passport. If your visa is glued into your passport, it is usually a small document that includes your name, passport number, place of birth, reason for travel and expiration date. Stamped visas typically have less information on them. They usually only have the destination and date from which the visa is valid and official instructions stating how many days the visa is valid for.
A country’s visa policy is a rule that states who may or may not enter the country. The policy may allow passport holders of one country to enter visa-free but not the passport holders of another country. Most visa policies are bilateral, meaning that two countries will allow visa-free travel to each other’s citizens, but this is not always the case. For example, Canadian passport holders may travel to Grenada visa-free, but Grenadians must apply for a visa in order to travel to Canada.
When you need a visa depends on where you’d like to go. If your home country has a visa agreement with the country to which you intend to travel, then you likely will not need to apply for a visa beforehand. However, if your home country does not have a visa agreement with your intended destination, then you must apply for a visa before travelling.