Resumption Of UK Visa Application centres in India From 6th July.

Resumption Of UK Visa Application centres in India From 6th July.

  With resumption of tourism in couple of countries, few UK visa application centres in India has plans to resume their services from  6th of July while adhering to all the preventive measure for Staff & applicants. Due to Covid – 19 all VAC’s were closed but with things getting back to normal few UK VAC’s in India such as South Mumbai, Bengaluru, Pune, Kolkata, New Delhi, etc. are set to reopen. Applicants who were not able to attend their previous appointments due to pandemic will be called by the VAC and new appointment date will be scheduled. Also the applicants who have filled the form but were unable to book the appointment can again log in to their account and book new appointment. Considering the pandemic clients need to…
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Now apply for a Schengen Visa 6 months in advance

Now apply for a Schengen Visa 6 months in advance

Recently announced new EU rules on short-stay Schengen visas make it easier for legitimate travellers to apply for a visa to travel to Europe. The changes apply to travellers from all countries which need visas to travel to the EU. Currently, citizens from 105 non-EU countries or entities are required to have a visaThe rules cover short-stay visas for the 22 EU countries that are part of the Schengen area (Austria, Belgium, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden), as well as for four associated countries: Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland. A uniform short-stay visa issued by one of these countries covers travel throughout the 26 Schengen countries for up to 90 days in any…
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Free Thailand Visa For Indian Passport Holders

Free Thailand Visa For Indian Passport Holders

Thailand just waived off its visa on arrival fees till 30th April 2020 for travelers from 21 countries, including India. In a move to increase traveler inflow in the country and boost tourism, Thailand’s cabinet recently approved a measure to waive off two months fees paid by visitors for visas on arrival.In the new measure, tourist from 21 countries will not pay the visa fee of 2,000 baht (Rs 4,385) for the time period between December 1 and January 31 for travellers.The countries who can take advantage of this waiver are India, China, Taiwan, Saudi Arabia, Andora, Bulgaria, Bhutan, Cyprus, Ethiopia, Fiji, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Maldives, Malta, Mauritius, Papua New Guinea, Romania, San Marino, Ukraine and Uzbekistan. However, the duration of stay in the country will remain fixed at 15…
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Vietnam Visa Update

Vietnam Visa Update

Tourist travelling to Vietnam in late January or early February who require visa approval numbers or invitation letters should submit their passport details by 15 JAN 2019 to avoid any potential issues. The Immigration Department will close for 7 days, tentatively from 4-10 FEB 2019. Therefore, consulate wont be be able to provide visa approval numbers or invitation letters at all during that time. For the weeks immediately before and after this period, there are frequently delays in normal visa services and urgent visa approvals may not be available due to the backlog of requests.
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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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China Visa Update

China Visa Update

According to New regulations effective April 28, 2018 of China Immigration of the Exit and Entry Administration Law of P.R.C., China Immigration Inspection authorities will collect the fingerprints of entry foreigners aged between 14 and 70. Upon arrival at the airport, foreign passengers are advised to follow the signposts or seek the guidance of immigration officers to the fingerprint self-registration area, where they can conveniently register their fingerprint information according to on-screen prompts. Once the registration process is finished successfully, please keep the receipt and proceed to corresponding waiting areas for speedy clearance of border control procedures. For holders of a diplomatic passport, a European Union Laissez-passer, or in possession of a Chinese diplomatic visa or courtesy visa, pax will be exempted from fingerprint registration and can proceed directly to…
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