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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Surprised with the subject line? It’s true! You can travel to more than 30 countries if you have a valid United States of America’s visa. We are sure that travelers from countries whose passport strength is not so great sprang in their seats after reading this title (they may not even wait to read this line and jump directly to the table giving more details but we are okay with it, we would have done the same).
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The first thing you need to check while traveling internationally is your bank balance, for obvious reasons. But the next moment you’d realize is that your bank balance is equally important to process the visa for any country (unless you have a visa-free or visa-on-arrival entry into the country), the bank statement is a mandatory document that you need to show while processing visas to travel to anywhere from Singapore to France.
Today we are going to share more insight on how much funds are needed in your bank account to get a visa.
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What is the first thing that you need to plan an international trip?
Passport of course! You thought we’d say visa? We wanted to but then it would have been incorrect and giving you wrong information goes against the policy of this blog. However, we liked the way you thought (wink).
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