How much does it cost to get a visa to travel from Africa (Nigeria) to any Asian country like China, HK, Japan, Singapore.
I am a US permanent resident and I am currently studying abroad in England on a short term student visa. I went to apply for a Schengen visa at VFS, but I was told that I should go back to the U.S. and apply for it (as you can imagine, I can't do it because the return is expensive). I did some research and discovered that I can enter Belgium without a visa if I have a travel document for American refugees, which I have.
I was wondering if there was a way to travel to other Schengen countries without a visa. Thanks for your help – I appreciate it. I am open to any suggestions.
I am going to Germany to attend the summer school. I have all the documents required to apply for the visa. But, I also attend an event a month after my departure for Hungary. How to obtain a Schengen visa with double entry? Do I need to submit details of the Hungary event when applying for German visa?
I am an Indian citizen studying in Canada. My course ends in April. I plan to visit India in June, then I plan a vacation to Europe in July. And then I come back to Canada in the last week of July (around July 22). My Canadian student visa expires on July 31.
My trip is to India —-> Barcelona -> Ibiza -> Paris —-> Canada from July 15 to 22.
As my Canadian student visa expires on July 31, I only have 9 days left on my Canadian student visa after I return to Canada from Schengen.
Will there be a problem for me to get the Schengen visa? Is a minimum number of days valid for my student visa?
I am very worried about this. Any help or advice would be really appreciated.
Cochin Airport does not currently have an airside transit facility; anyone arriving from outside of India must pass immigration and customs before traveling on their next flight. This means that you will need a visa to enter India.
You can get a transit visa which allows you to enter India for up to 3 days. You can leave the airport with this visa. There is no visa on arrival; you need to get the visa in advance. You can get the visa by following the instructions given at the High Commission of India in Kuala Lumpur. There are many fake websites and service providers; you should only use websites and service providers provided by the High Commission.
I am an Indian national with an Indian passport and I plan to travel from New Delhi to the United States and from there to Amsterdam, then again to New Delhi.
I already have a 3 month US visa and now I plan to apply for a Schengen visa to visit the Netherlands. I had a few questions, please help me.
The current route is,
New Delhi -> San Francisco March 20
San Francisco -> Amsterdam March 26
20 hour stopover in London
London -> Amsterdam March 28
Amsterdam -> New Delhi April 3
- I have read that the Schengen visa starts from the day you reach the Schengen area. In my case, should I apply for a Schengen visa from March 27 or March 28 because I will be calling in the UK on the 27?
I also hope to get visa free transit in the UK, but will they also need a Schengen visa on the same day?
Will there be any problems if I book a round trip from New Delhi to Amsterdam just for the visa application and then travel according to my plan above once I have the visa?
Are there any problems if I travel directly from the United States to Amsterdam without returning to India in between?
Does the immigration officer at the border check the route we submit to the visa application center? Arrival or departure dates can be changed later (provided they are still less than the duration of the visa).
Do I need to apply for a single-entry or multiple-entry Schengen visa? Does it have any weight in the visa decision?
Thanks for the help 🙂
We have met this requirement.
My partner was on an interim work visa for one year which was about to expire along with his passport.
She went home and around the same time we were invited to a wedding. She applied locally in her country and waited about a month for an appointment.
While waiting, she applied for and obtained a provisional visa for the country in which she previously stayed, so that she could then return legally.
When she applied for the Schengen visa, they did not accept and said that she should return to the country in which she was staying even if it was on the other side of the world, without compromise.
I am planning to attend a conference to be held in Greece in April 2020. I have already purchased a round-trip air ticket. However, the Embassy of Greece in Bangkok informed me that obtaining a visa for Greece had to wait a long queue (until the end of April .I did not expect this to happen (my big mistake that I did not check before buying) I sent an email to it Embassy of Greece in Bangkok, but I received no response.
My friend suggested I go to the place for a visa for Italy. Would it be possible to enter Greece with the Schengen Italy visa?
My current H1B visa is stamped until August 2020. And if I travel outside the United States in the coming months, will that be a problem?
I have a planned trip in March 2020 to Europe for a week.
Any suggestion will be appreciated.
I come from Bangladesh. I recently applied for a non-immigrant type visa to enter Thailand for the WordCamp Asia 2020 event. However, the event was canceled recently due to a coronavirus outbreak.
Since my plane ticket is not refundable and the cost of reimbursement from the hotel, etc. is too high, I thought why not go there again and spend a week there.
However, I am confused about the immigration procedure as I have obtained a non-immigrant visa in the ED category, so I cannot be allowed to travel after the cancellation of the cancellation ;event.
So, does any of you have a similar experience and suggest something to me about it?