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Can the same visa be used for tourist travel too since it is marked B1/B2 ?
Yes, a form of ID is still required, otherwise how would you prove that you're an Indian citizen? A Kiwi could rock up and say 'hi I'm Indian, I don't need a visa'. However, it doesn't need to be a passport. From the Nepalese Embassy in India: Visa for Indian Nationals: Effective from 1st October 2000 an Indian citizen over the age of 10 years ...
There is the list of schools where you can study with Student Visa. If your private school is not in this list it is no possible to study there for you.
Poland and Finland are both part of the Schengen Area, so if you have a visa to enter Poland, it should permit you access to Finland as well.
Here is the UK border agency's guide for the Intra-Company Transfer Tier 2 visa. You can download the policy guidance PDF from the link on the right hand side of the page. Page 52 of that PDF says the following: Absences from the UK 223. The UK, Channel Islands, Isle of Man and Republic of Ireland form a common travel area. If you leave this area ...
You do not need a Transit Visa in this case as your layover does not require you to get out of the airport. As long as you have a Valid US Visa and you are an Indian citizen anyway, you're good to go. Also, just as the others posted. Check the links provided in the comments which should serve to answer your question completely regarding Transit Visa policy ...
When you say "for 24 hours" do you mean a little longer or little less than 24 hours? If you, as you wrote, intend to leave the airport, you'll need to go through border control. You can apply for a Visitor in Transit visa, which will let you leave the airport. You will need to prove that you intend to leave the UK within 48 hours, for example by showing ...
Short answer - you're good! Longer answer... Germany normally requires a visa for Indian nationals, even if only in transit - however there are a number of exceptions that allow air-side transit without visa (TWOV). One of those exceptions is if you have a Canadian visa, and you are in transit either on the way to Canada, or on the way to your home ...
According to Transit Visa Regulation for Indian Residents: 3. Indian nationals can Transit without Visa via FRA or MUC if holding a valid visa for the destination and a valid Visa for any of the following countries Bulgaria, Canada, Cyprus, Ireland, Japan, Liechtenstein, Romania, UK and USA (the approval notice I-797 is not valid document for ...
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