Panama Visa Update

Panama Visa Update

Applicants seeking Panama visa for the purpose of Business or Tourism must apply from Consulate General of Panama, Mumbai. Prior appointment needs to be taken to submit the documents at the Consulate. Embassy of Panama, Delhi will no longer accept the visa applications. Irrespective of any nationality, if the applicant is holding a valid and at least once travelled multiple entries visa for any of the following countries i.e. USA, UK, CANADA, AUSTRALIA and SCHENGEN (EUROPEAN NATION) with minimum 1-year validity when entering in Panama, the applicant is entitled to take an “on arrival visa” at the Panama airport. Please note the visa should not be a transit visa. Where the applicant is not holding any visas as per the 1st point mentioned above, the applicant can apply for his visa through…
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New Zealand Visa Update

New Zealand Visa Update

From Wednesday 4 July 2018 INZ will no longer be issuing physical visa labels in passports. All approved visa applications will receive an email with an approval letter, which is an E Visa, unless specifically requested by an applicant, and after a fee is paid. E Visas will now be issued and will need to be printed out and carried with a physical passport, when travelling internationally. Once the application for a New Zealand visa is being processed the decision will be conveyed by an email, if an email address is provided or a letter, In case, an email address is not provided. The email/letter will provide details of a decision and If an application is approved, no visa label will be placed inside the passport. Instead, an electronic visa…
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UAE exempts children of tourists under the age of 18 from visa fee

UAE exempts children of tourists under the age of 18 from visa fee

  Children of tourists, under the age of 18 visiting UAE will be exempted from visa fee, during the summer season from July 15th to September 15th of each year UAE cabinet announced on Sunday.   The new law came in support of family tourism and to reduce the cost on visitors in the holiday season.   The number of passengers traveling through the country's airports reached 32.8 million passengers during the first quarter of this year. Visitors come to the UAE to enjoy hotels and tourism services, with a number of festivals and activities happening throughout the year. The decision of the Cabinet goes in line with the growth of the tourism sector in the country following the exemption of transit tourists from visa fees for the first 48…
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