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Types of visa information

Started by sajiv, Oct 24, 2008, 11:37 PM

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# Transit visa information, this visa is usually valid for 3 days, for Passing through the country to the third destination.

# Tourist visa information, , for a limited period of travel, no business activities allowed. Some countries do not issue tourist Visas. Saudi Arabia introduced tourist visas only in 2004 although it did issue pilgrimage visas for Hajj pilgrims
# Business visa information, for engaging in commerce in the country. These visas generally preclude permanent employment, for Which a work visa would be required.

# Temporary worker visa information, for approved employment in the host country. These are generally more difficult to obtain but valid for longer periods than a business visa. Examples of these are the United States' H-1B and L-1 visas.

# On-arrival visa Information, granted immediately prior to entering the country, such as at an airport or border control post. This is distinct from not requiring a visa at all, as the visitor must still obtain the visa before they can even try to pass through immigration. Spousal visa, granted to the spouse of a resident or citizen of a given country, in order to enable the couple to settle in that nation. Examples include the United Kingdom's EEA family permit.

Some visas can be granted on arrival or by prior application at the country's embassy or consulate, or sometimes through a specialized travel agency with permission from the issuing country in the nation of departure. If there is no embassy or consulate in one's home country, then one would have to travel to a third nation (or apply by post) and try to get a visa issued there. The need or absence of need of a visa generally depends on the citizenship of the applicant, the intended duration of the stay, and the activities that the applicant may wish to undertake in the nation he visits; these may delineate different formal categories of visas, with different issue conditions.

# Student visa information, which allows its holder to study at an institution of higher learning in the issuing country. Students studying in Algeria, however, are issued tourist visas.

# Working holiday visa information, for individuals traveling between nations offering a working holiday programmer, allowing young people to undertake temporary work while traveling.

# Diplomatic visa information (sometimes official visa), is normally only available to bearers of diplomatic passports. Courtesy visa issued to representatives of foreign governments or international organizations who do not qualify for diplomatic status but do merit expedited, courteous treatment.

# Journalist visa information, which some countries require of people in that occupation when traveling for their respective news organizations. Countries which insist on this include Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Saudi Arabia, the United States (I-visa) and Zimbabwe

# Marriage visa information, granted for a limited period prior to intend marriage based on a proven relationship with a citizen of the destination country. For example, a German woman who wishes to marry an American man would obtain a Fiancée Visa (also known as a K-1 visa to allow her to enter the United States).

# Immigrant visa information, granted for those intending to immigrate to the issuing country. They usually issued for a single journey as the holder will, depending on the country, later it be issued a permanent resident identification card, which will allow the traveler to enter to the issuing country an unlimited number of times. (For example, the United States Permanent Resident Card).

# Special Category Visa information is a type of Australian visa granted to most New Zealand citizens on arrival in Australia. New Zealand Citizens may then permanently reside in Australia under the Trans-Tasman Travel Arrangement.


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