covid 19 – Applying for a US visa interview at another country as a non-resident

I am an international PhD student at a US university. Due to COVID-19 embassy closure, my spouse can not apply for an F-2 dependent visa at the local embassy to travel to the US. However, it is possible for her to apply for a visa at the US embassy in another country. She will have to apply for a visa for our 3 years old child. However, she would like to travel alone to the other country to attend the visa appointment. My question is: can she apply for the visa for him without him being present? Since his passport will not be stamped at the airport (since he won’t leave my home country as my spouse travels abroad to attend the interview), will this pose any problem at the airport when they both travel to the US?

Thank you

london – Why you need UK Immigration Visa?

In today’s world we go anywhere in the world we need an immigration visa if we weather do work or
go for visiting a country to see the view and for study we all need an immigration visa. In same we
need an immigration visa in UK as same as best solicitor in London but applying procedure may be
different but same happens in the UK if you have to do JOB in uk so, job visa is different from other
visa like student visa, visiting visa etc. but why?

southeast asia – How to apply for Vietnam tourist visa

Unfortunately, the government of Vietnam does not appear to host an (English) website listing all their official embassy sites. However, if your nation hosts a list of official missions, you may be able to find it there. Beyond that, searching for “Vietnamese Embassy ” normally finds some viable candidates. Real embassy sites seem to always refer to “The Socialist Republic of Vietnam”, and the front page will normally list announcements by Vietnamese officials, trade deals, etc.

In the case of Japan, it would appear all Visas are handled by the main embassy in Tokyo, hence your problems with the Osaka consulate. However, as the process seems to involve only posting off your passport, the exact location is unimportant. The process involves filling out a form, and sending, it, your passport, and the fee off together. See application page on the Vietnamese embassy site.

It is also possible to acquire a “Pre-approved Visa on Arrival” for Vietnam, provided your are entering by air to Ho Chi Minh, Hanoi or Da Nang airports. This tends to be cheaper than getting a visa through embassies, but has less flexibility and involves joining a queue at the airport. It also requires that the pre-approval is negotiated by a Vietnamese private agency. You can find a fairly detailed description fo the process in a TripAdvisor FAQ. Roughly speaking it works like this:

  1. Find a suitable agency, send the details they require and their fee off to them.
  2. The agency will send you a scan of a letter with your name (and possibly several others) on it, and an official Vietnamese government stamp.
  3. On arrival at the airport, you find the appropriate desk. You show your letter, hand over your passport, and pay another fee (the amount of this keeps changing and depends on your visa type), and the Visa is added to your passport. You can now proceed to immigration

Only limited types of visa are available on the pre-approved visa on arrival scheme. If you want another type of visa, or are arriving at a land border, sea border, or an airport not on the approved list, you will need a visa (or to be entitled to visa-free entry)

Visa run Tanzania! – Travel Stack Exchange

I’m in Tanzania right now, I’ve already had had two Visa extensions. And those two extensions were from March 1 – 30 2021, and April 1 – April 30(which I’m currently on), and they have mentioned final in my Visa. So now I’m planning to move to Uganda or some other country nearby(for 1 or 2 days) and wish to come back to Tanzania again and apply 3 months tourist Visa. Is it possible?

Will a refused UK Visa based on false documents affect my Canada application?

The UK and Canada are both part of the “Five Eyes” group and exchange immigration data with each other. That means (as you seem to know already) that you should assume Canada will be aware of your previous UK visa refusal. This information will certainly be taken into account when deciding on any future visa application.

I once applied to UK in the year 2017, the Visa was refused based on false business documents presented. I never new my business documents was fake. The agent in africa who did the business documents did a fake one for me in which the embassy confirmed from the source.

It sounds like you’re saying the false documents were provided by some agent you hired to apply for the UK visa, and you believed they were genuine documents. You don’t say where you are more specifically than Africa, but I’ve certainly heard stories of such dishonest agents before, including from people in various African countries. Explaining about the dishonest agent is unlikely to help your case. Somebody else, who had a refusal after knowingly submitting false documents, could also claim the agent included them without their knowledge. The agents assessing your application (both the UK agents who rejected the past application, and Canadian agents assessing a future application) will assume that you are responsible for all contents of your application.

Nobody here can tell you for certain whether an application will be approved. That decision can only be made by the appropriate authorities on the basis of far more information than would be appropriate to post here. But visa refusals for submitting false documents are taken very seriously. Having such a refusal on your record will severely reduce your chances of being granted a visa. That doesn’t mean it’s completely impossible, but you should consider it very unlikely unless there are very compelling reasons to make an exception in your case. Based on what you’ve told us, it seems unlikely that such reasons exist.

spain – Dubai 90 Day Visa as EU / Spanish Citizen

I would like some help to understand my correct situation related to the 90 day visa stay in the UAE in my case in Dubai.
I entered the country for the first time in November 2020, and stayed for 30 days. I then flew back to Spain and stayed in Spain for 3 months.
I have now come back to Dubai on the 15th of march to stay for some time until I get me self sorted to live here permanently.
My question is – Ive read online that we have 90 day stay within a 180 day period.
If I visited the country for the first time on the 15th of November 2020, so the period of 180 days from first entry would be until end of May 2021.
Ive come back to Dubai on the 15th of March 2021, so would I have to leave the country when my remaining 60 days are over? Or is this considered a new entry for 90 days?

I would really appreciate any help on this matter.

Thank you in advance

debitcard – How can I get a legitimate visa debit card with US address in Indonesia

I live in Indonesia.

Sometimes I want to buy stuffs in US. I can use a US billing address. The US billing address is a forwarder.

However, some sites still required VISA card with US address.

I look around

However I am confused.

I want low fee card. If possible I want some cheap solutions to use my crypto to fund my visa debit card.

I am in Indonesia.

What would you recommend?

How long can I stay in Nepal on a tourist visa?

300 days, from early August to late May, with 150 days in each year.

Here’s how: A tourist visa-on-arrival is given for 90 days at the border and can be extended to up to 150 days per visa year in the Department of Immigration office in Nepal. The visa year is incidental with our (Jan – Dec) calendar year. So by entering the country 150 days before the end of the year, you can stay until 150 days into the new year as well, together 300 days.

For reference, see for example this page of Nepal’s embassy in Japan:

The tourist visa shall be granted for a period in maximum of 150 days in a visa year (Visa years means January to December). (…)

If any foreigner who has entered into Nepal towards the end of a visa year desires to spend even the period during which he may stay in Nepal with the tourist visa of the other visa year, he may use such facility. Provided, however, that the computation of the fees for such period shall be made on the basis of the total period of his stay.

In practice, there might of course be issues with this approach, so be sure to have a short-term backup plan (such as an e-visa to India) in case that extending your visa fails and you have to leave Nepal. For example, I read that if you are extending a visa towards the 150 days per year maximum, they will ask you for a flight ticket that will prove that you will indeed leave the country. That should not be an issue given the visa regulations cited above. But then again, it’s not clear what “entering Nepal towards the end of the visa year” means in practice.