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Canada is a magnificent country and a hotspot destination for worldwide tourists, workers, businessmen and students. The millions of visitors and immigrants travel Canada every year with their different goals, ambitions and future aspects. The diverse culture, favorable Government Policies, visionary leadership and ideal working, business and study environment suits the immigrants with different objectives and aspirations.
Canada is among the most ideal countries to live, work, business and study, due to the following reasons:
If you have already planned to visit Canada, you must know the basic requirements to apply for a Tourist Visa:
You may also require:
You can apply both the ways for a tourist visa in Canada, i.e. online or submit an application in person. Please fill up the free assessment form to take the first step for your Canada Tourist Visa.
Our Immigration Specialist shall review your application and subsequently will call you with appropriate advice and procedure details.
A visitor who wants to visit the Netherlands (Holland) for the purpose of tourism and sightseeing may require a visa depending on his or her nationality. Such a visa is known as ‘Schengen visa’. It is also known as short stay visa (VKV) or ‘type C’ visa. It is valid for up to 90 days.
Since the Netherlands is a member of the Schengen Agreement, it follows the common visa rules applicable to all Schengen countries. In other words, the Schengen visa is valid for all the European states that are part of the Schengen agreement, including the Netherlands. This means that a visitor who is issued the Schengen visa can travel and stay not only in the Netherlands, but in all the 26 countries that participate in the Schengen Agreement
If a visitor wants to stay in the Netherlands for more than 90 days, he or she will have to apply for a national long-stay visa or a residence permit.Eligibility criteria for the Netherlands tourist visa
To be eligible for the Netherlands tourist visa or VKV visa you must fulfil the following conditions:
Indian nationals with a valid US, Japanese, Australian, Canadian, Schengen, Singapore, OR United Kingdom visa will be granted a 14-day visa free entry which may be extended for an additional 7 days for a maximum stay of 21 days. It can not be converted to another visa category.
The visa-free entry may be availed at any port of entry (major international airports and secondary international hubs (SIFIs), as well as in seaports by passengers on board cruise ships / vessels.)Who have the following
For trips more than 21 days, Indian Nationals are required to apply for a tourist visa at the Embassy in New Delhi.
If you’ve got Spain on your travel bucket list and are eyeing a visa for the same, here’s the most comprehensive visa guide for it. With this, you can turn all your Spain fantasies, right from Flamenco and Paella to La Tomatina and hopping over to Ibiza, come true.
Quite a simple process, getting a visa can be best done in a few simple steps. Here’s simplifying the process for you.Visa for Spain ― types of visas
Visa fee for Short Term Visa for all purposes is INR 4615 and INR 2692 (for children aged between from 6 to 12 years). You also need to have travel medical insurance from companies approved for the same. Fee for a long term visa is INR 4615.Spain visa information
Once you’ve chosen the type of visa you need, you can download and fill the visa application form. Moreover, you also need to get the following documents in order –
You need to submit your visa at the Embassy of Spain, New Delhi, where the visa applications of the following states are processed:
The Embassy of Spain in Mumbai processes visa application requests for the following states:
Once you’ve filed your application with the concerned embassy, you can track its status online with the help of your Receipt Number/Application Reference Number.
Children travelling not with both parents (under 18 years of age) : written consent letter certified by public notary of the other, non-travelling parent or legal guardian; Children travelling alone (under 18 years of age): written consent letter certified by public notary of both parents or legal guardian; In all cases: copies of the passports of both parents (legal guardian/s) or PAN cards or driving licenses.
Note* Applicants need to go personally for submission with prior appointment if applying for first time to Schengen Country after 2nd November 2015.
Visa Fees: INR 5479/- pp
Visa Processing Time: 10- 15 Working Days
At present, Indian nationals may visit Hong Kong visa-free for a stay of up to 14 days. Effective from January 23, 2017, Indian nationals must apply for and successfully complete online pre-arrival registration before they can continue to enjoy the current 14-day visa-free visit or enter Hong Kong during transit (except in direct transit by air and not leaving the airport transit area), unless they belong to one of the categories of persons who may continue to come to Hong Kong visa-free without pre-arrival registration. Persons exempted from the requirement of pre-arrival registration include, among others, holders of an Indian diplomatic or official passport or a Hong Kong Travel Pass and Indian nationals who have successfully enrolled for the e-Channel service for frequent visitors.
Each pre-arrival registration for an Indian national will be valid for six months or until the expiry date of the Indian passport linked to it, whichever is earlier. Provided that normal immigration requirements are met, a registrant may, during the validity of the pre-arrival registration, use a valid notification slip together with the specific and valid Indian passport linked to the successful pre-arrival registration to make multiple visits to Hong Kong visa-free. On each visit, a registrant may stay in Hong Kong for up to 14 days.
In case pre-arrival registration is unsuccessful, Indian nationals shall apply to the Immigration Department directly for an entry visa if they intend to visit Hong Kong.
"Pre-arrival registration for Indian nationals is implemented with a view to ensuring a proper balance between facilitation of genuine visitors from India and the need to safeguard the integrity of immigration control. We believe that the new arrangement will not impede genuine visitors from India from visiting Hong Kong," an Immigration Department spokesman said.
When you visit Thailand for the purpose of leisure, sight-seeing and personal enlightenment, you are a tourist. A tourist is not allowed to work or conduct business in Thailand. A tourist needs a tourist visa so you can stay in Thailand for a period of 15 or 30 days while doing her own explorations and excursions in the kingdom.What is a Tourist Visa?
A tourist visa is a stamp or document needed so you can stay in Thailand for a specific period of time, on the purpose of tourism. It is stamped on your passport upon arrival at the airport in Thailand, or it can be obtained in your home country through the Thai embassy or consulate located there. The tourist visa can also be extended if necessary. There are certain countries who made agreements with the government of Thailand so their citizens can benefit from the visa exemption when entering Thailand as tourists.Requirements for a Tourist Visa
When applying for a tourist visa, certain documents and fees are needed to obtain one. The documents and the fee are subject to change anytime and without prior notice, so it would be a good idea for an aspiring thai tourist to inquire for the right information before flying off to Thailand.Documents required:
Don’t forget that consular officers reserve the rights to request for additional documents when they deemed it necessary, so it is advisable that you present yourself when you are in a good shape and state, together with your papers and documents.Visa Fee:
US $ 30.00 per entry or equivalent. The tourist visa fee is subject to change without the prior notice, so it is a good idea to be updated by visiting the nearest Thai Embassy or consulate in your area.Validity of the Visa/Period of Stay
The validity of a tourist visa ranges from 3 months to 6 months, depending on the number of entries you make across the land border, or from the airport. If you arrived on Thailand through an international airport, you will be stamped a 30 or 60-day permission of stay depending whether your country made a bilateral agreement on visa exemption with Thailand.
If you enter Thailand via land border, you will be stamped a 15-day permission of stay as a tourist in the immigration post, after which you will have to exit the country again on or before the expiration of your permission of stay. However, the tourist visa can also be extended if you wish or need to stay longer in Thailand. You will have to file an application for an extension of stay at the Office of Immigration Bureau located at Soi Suan Plu, off South Sathorn Road, Bangkok 10120 , Tel (662) 287-3101-10. Bear in mind that the success for an extension of stay is solely at the discretion of the immigration officer attending on your application.
The summer months of May and June, just before the onset rains, are perfect to visit the heaven of Azure Ocean: Maldives. Visit these spectacular coral reef islands in this shoulder season to escape from the touristy crowds. Also, you get the best deals on resorts, food and sightseeing during this period. As Indian tourists, visa rules and regulations for Maldives are pretty relaxed. Here are a few things, pertaining to visa, which you must keep in mind before embarking on a trip to these magical islands.
With the above mentioned documents, you are all set to go to this adventurous, marvellous and quaint destination.
Kindly carry below documents at the time of travel for Immigration checking –