Thank you for showering us with your love (and feedback) on the first part of this blog, it was overwhelming to see many travelers emailing us with their experiences of silly mistakes they made during their travels, so many of you could connect with the article.
In the previous part, we explored the common mistakes travelers make related to passport and flight tickets. Today, we will be talking about the errors that happen in visas, documents and immigration during travels.
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Ever encountered a situation where you are at the airport and saw a fellow traveler arguing and then pleading airport authorities to allow them to board the plane, but the authorities did not flinch even a bit stating rules? Oh, that was you who faced it. Well, You are not alone. There are a lot of travelers who face troubles due to these simple mistakes, read this blog to ensure you don’t ever make them.
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You received your visa for your most important business trip, but what is next? Is the visa enough to travel? What all documents you need to carry along with an approved visa to be allowed to cross the immigration? We are trying to answer all these (and many more) questions through this blog for business and leisure travelers.
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What is the most important thing when it comes to a visa process? It is your documents, and how they justify the reason for your trip to give the confidence to the authorities that you will return back to your home country once that reason is satisfied. There isn’t a single document with which one can confidently say that with this piece of document, there is a guarantee that you will receive a visa. It is majorly a combination of the documents and consideration of edge cases that improve your chances of an approval. We are making an attempt from our experience to understand the trend of each country and what they give the most importance to when it comes to the visa process.
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There are two major categories of visas, we spoke about them in brief in the article dated on September 20, 2017, you can read it here. Today we would like to take a deeper dive into non-immigrant visas and divide them further into subcategories.
Non-immigrant visas are the mainstream visas and are used for everything ranging from recreational visits to business visits. A non-immigrant visa is issued to a person who wishes to be in other country on a temporary basis for tourism, medical treatment, business, temporary work or study etc. However, many of these visas do not allow you to live and work in the other country for extended periods of time. Instead, these visas are designed to allow visitors to visit other countries for a specific purposes.
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There are several visas that a foreign national may apply for to be lawfully admitted into other country, either temporarily or permanently. The purpose of your travel determines what type of visa is required to you. As an applicant, you have to meet all requirements to receive the category of visa for which you apply. When you apply for visa, a consular officer will determine whether you are eligible to receive a visa, and if so, which visa category is appropriate for you.
Visas are broadly divided into two categories.
1. Immigrant Visa (IV)
2. Non-Immigrant Visa (NIV)
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Surrounded by Pacific and Indian oceans, Australia is one of the most urbanized countries, providing a quality lifestyle and high standard of living. The government of Australia encourages international skilled workers to come and settle in Australia with a promise of a better life. But before doing that, you might want to know the benefits associated with moving there for a long time; with the help of Permanent Residency (PR) visa which allows you and your eligible family members to live, work and study in Australia on a permanent basis, here are some pointers for you.
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If you are traveling to Australia in the near future for work, or planning on moving there, you might have to keep a close watch on the news. New changes have been introduced to Australian visa requirements which will come in effect from 1st July, we expect that it will result in several applicants becoming ineligible for the RSMS and ENS applications in Australia, and an increase in the difficulty General Skilled Immigration programs to avail these visas especially for the category in which age limit will be decreased.
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US president Mr.Donald Trump has signed an executive order to reform H-1B visa norms in Wisconsin. This may have a major business impact on Indian IT companies sending skilled workers to the US under the H-1B visa programme.
“Right now, H-1B visas are awarded in a totally random lottery, and that’s wrong. Instead, they should be given to the most skilled and highest-paid applicants, and they should never, ever be used to replace Americans. No one can compete with American workers when they’re given a fair and level playing field, which has not happened for decades,” Mr. Trump said.
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So, you have finally received your much awaited visa? Don’t revel in euphoria right just yet! The journey has just started and Mario needs to tackle some more levels before he gets his princess.
Continue reading “Visa Problems On Airports, Let’s Avoid Them!”