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The answer to the broader question, can you apply for a visa from a country other than your home country, is MAYBE. Each country has different rules for visa application procedures. Some restrict you to applying in your home country, some allow you to apply from another country if you have residency status there, some allow you to apply from another ...


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To answer the lead question directly: It's definitely possible and very common to apply from another country than your country of origin/citizenship. But many countries do require that you apply from your place of residence, so it's not always possible to apply from a random third country. In practice, it means the consulate wants to see a residence permit ...


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While you've specified a few countries, I guess the actual question - can you apply from a country other than your own (ie on the road) can be answered: NO. For example, Russia (which also requires an invitation) requires that you apply for a visa from the embassy in your country of citizenship or residency. So both times I went there, as a NZ Citizen ...


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For most countries you can get a visa at any of their embassies. But, not all countries have embassies in every country. Sometimes, this is resolved by them allowing you to send your passport to them, them adding their visa to your passport and them, then, sending your passport back to you. I highly advise against doing this in Africa, were postals systems ...



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