Where Do You Need a Visa. International Flights.





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Published on Sep 21, 2011

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Before Visas came about in the nineteenth century, traveling international was a lot easier. You may just want to visit the country for tourism leisure travel, business trip, study tour, medical assistance, or academic exchange program. Whatever the reason is, you should know that the most important document that you should be having apart from your passport is the visa.

A Transit visa comes with a validity period of about five days and is essential for a traveler stopping in a particular country, on the way to his final destination. A airside transit visa is basically for entering the airports of some countries and does not entail any immigration clearance.

A Tourist visa is required for all travellers out on a pleasure trip to the particular country. The traveller cannot indulge in any kind of business activities during his stay. The tourist visa is valid only for a limited period with the duration differing in different countries. Tourist visas are not issued in some countries with Saudi Arabia having introduced tourist visas only in recent times.

Business visa is mandatory for any person wishing to engage in official business or commerce of the country. This type of visa only permits business activities of a temporary nature as a permanent employment would require a work visa and a temporary worker visa would be required for longer term of employment in the required country.


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