Europe, one of the most culturally reach and scenic destination of the world has something to offer for every type of traveler, be it the exquisite cuisine or beautiful landscapes, long literature debates or music festivals, food & wine or serene beaches, it never disappoints you. Traveling inside Europe has become easy due to the establishment of Schengen area and EU movement but to reach Europe on a proper visa is still a daunting task for many nationalities.
In this article, we have covered step by step process that will uncomplicate the journey to Europe for all our fellow travelers.
Atithi Devo Bhava!
India, the country of ancient wisdom and modern traditions has ample of ways in which it attracts travelers. Every year thousands of people travel to this land of diverse culture to satisfy their wanderlust and always leave with a promise to visit again. Indian government and people of this great nation warmly welcome travelers from various countries every year, and to make it convenient for them the authorities have come up with easier norms and regulations in the visa process.
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).
In last week’s article we spoke about Dubai Visa, and everything you need to know about it. But let’s be honest, every case is different and every traveler would have different questions based on their travel plans. We were poured in with so many questions post that blog with various scenarios at hand, it felt as if everyone is travelling to Dubai this weekend (wink).
We found out some common questions that many of you had, and tried to consolidated them into single inventory. Here’s the quick list of mostly asked questions regarding Dubai visa.
Dubai! Oh Dubai! Dubai has been a popular destination for travelers since some time due to various reasons, be it largest indoor ice skiing slope or tallest of towers with beautiful hotels and resorts, it has something to offer to everyone. But, what most people forget is, all these is available to you when you reach Dubai; however, there is this tedious process called Visa application (flights and planning) that one needs to follow before putting their feet in the land of gold. Here in this blog, we have simplified the pre-arrival process for you so that your trip starts from your home!
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.
“Digitization is the key to transformation.”
We are moving towards a digital era where everything from your food to your government registration card can be applied online. With larger population being able to access internet, and higher literacy among people about digital world, going online is surely the way you want to take. And so, this leads us to our today’s blog topic, “Do you really have to submit physical documents for your visa process?”
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)
At some point in life we all dream of going to the States or living there, thanks to the pop culture in the West that’s influencing the travel ideas of the population. United States of America, the land of opportunities, has surprised everyone who has set foot on its soil for better or worse, and if you come from a cultural background that differs greatly from that of the United States, the behavior of Americans may be very strange, annoying, or even upsetting to you at first or until you start seeing the brighter side of the coin.