I’d rather have a passport full of stamps than a house full of stuff! – Anonymous
We all want this to happen to us, don’t we? It is always better to wander and experience than to stay and only dream about it. In the era where everyone talks about being a global citizen, passport has become an essential thing in life. It is one of the most important form of identification. Passport is the biggest proof of citizenship, every person should have it. With the elevated security measures now a days, it is next to impossible to travel to a different country without a passport.
In this blog, Visa Guide team has jotted down steps to apply for an Indian passport online. Mr.Prime Minister dreams of digital India, we are here to help achieve that goal and assist every citizen of this country.
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Sunday, December 4, 2016 (on 84th day from our ‘start of work’ date and 35th day from our ‘inception’) marked our official launch! We have moved from being a Private Limited Company just 35 days ago and have now set sail for a world of innovative services to bring to you!
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The Optional Practical Training or in short OPT is the opportunity given by US government to apply knowledge gained in your educational program to off-campus work in your field. OPT is authorized by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). This authorization process may take up to 3 months and the maximum amount of time granted to work on F-1 student visa OPT status is 12 months per degree level, post which there is a possibility of H1-B cap extension OR a 24-month extension for those who qualify under certain rules.
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In past several weeks, we have heard numerous talks on U.S. immigration and nationality laws. As your trusted visa consultants, we, Visa Guide, remain vigilant about how this section of President Trump’s initiatives may be implemented.
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