You are excited about your trip to the serene beaches and surreal seascapes of Phillippines, but at the last minute, you realize that you are unable to get your visa due to the lack of time to complete the process, or due to the incomplete documents or the worst case scenario, your visa got rejected. What to do next? How do you still ensure that you are able to go on the dream vacation that you have planned for yourself? This blog answers the question specifically with the alternatives available to make that trip happen.
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).
The dynamics of our national borders are changing physically as well as conceptually with shifts in power, evolving governmental and foreign policies, alliances, and countries moving towards liberalization by warming towards the global citizens. Even the thought of travelling to another country is exacting when it comes to keeping up with the requirements of each country on the globe. But what if you have a few tricks up your sleeves to decide where to vacation next by optimally using the resources you already have (like your citizenship or your passport) with minimal efforts?