It has been a month but that hour is still fresh in my mind. It was a Saturday night & I got a call on my personal phone. I could recognize a forwarded call from Visa Guide helpline and it made sense as no Visa Operations Executive would be available in office at this hour.
Honestly, I’d have not picked up this call if it was meant for me, I had already signed up for peaceful Saturday night & was half tucked into bed. However, this one I picked up without giving any further thought.
We have heard of many incidents of being detained on airport by authorities due to incomplete paperwork. Every country has its own rules and regulations, and you are permitted to enter the country only if you have fulfilled all the formalities, otherwise you will be asked to step aside for additional checks. Let’s see some case scenarios and understand how they could have been avoided.
Good travel is the result of good planning, especially when you are heading on a foreign trip. Trust us, international travel is exciting, but it can also bring in unpredictable situations, sometimes it’s better to be prepared than to get surprises. Whether it’s your first international trip or just need a refresher, here are few things that you need to keep ready before your next trip abroad starts.
Passport: It is the most essential thing that you need to carry with you when you are going for a foreign trip. Passport acts as your identity proof in unknown land.
Canada has always been a country that attracted immigrants, and with the current affairs of the world it is becoming most suitable country for immigration and settlement. So, what makes Canada an ideal place to migrate? One of the many reasons for high immigration influx in Canada is that it has something to offer to everyone from every category, skills and occupation. Canada is very liberal with its views on refugees and religions, it is always ready to accept crisis hit people from every country to be a part of its ecosystem and evolve there, this too adds to the flow of inbound migration.
Our friend thought the same thing and traveled to other country, had to spend few days on airport before he was deported back.
Well, unawareness (and sometimes overconfidence on your passport) about visa processes may put you in situations that are frustrating. At times, even with all the preparation and knowledge you may face a problem that is not anticipated. And believe us, you are not alone. Continue reading “Visa problems? You are not alone!”
Mr.President has started his journey in White House with a ‘ban’. It has shook the world, but we could see mixed responses around the globe on this decision taken by Donald Trump lead government. Some countries are condemning the ban while as others are following the suit and banning other countries (Kuwait banned five Muslim majority countries). This blog gives information on banned countries, correlation with other countries and current situation on this proposal.