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I received a short term visa for the Schengen zone, and I planned my trip so that my return flight is scheduled exactly the day my visa expires. The visa duration is 20 days, and I stay exactly 20 d …
asked Sep 9 '15 by Ayesh K
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I don't have a source to cite, but this is coming from my own experience. The e-Tourist Visa is only valid if you use one of the designated airports. Bangalore BLR airport is one of them. You can …
answered Jun 1 '16 by Ayesh K
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I was lucky to have all my visa applications approved by the embassies and I have a good understanding about how to convince you are a legit traveller and intend to leave the country. My question is …
asked Nov 18 '14 by Ayesh K
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Russia has such a tight policy about where you can get visas from. You can easily apply for a multi-entry visa, with sufficient proofs that you would like to visit there more than one time. Multi … -entry visas are usually valid for 3 months or more, so it should be OK for your case. Embassies of other countries do not usually care about what other usable visas you have. I have multi-entry visas
answered Mar 9 '15 by Ayesh K
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I'm from Sri Lanka, and have jumped through many bank statement hurdles (the lawful way). Most of the bank accounts here are savings accounts, and the money is readily available to withdraw (I.e ac …
answered Feb 4 '15 by Ayesh K
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There are no official laws in any country, not even in Saudi Arabia (asked a friend from Saudi Arabia) that blindly refuse entry based on your religion, if you follow any. However, your religion can …
answered Apr 1 '15 by Ayesh K
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Being an owner of one of the world's worst passports (Henley & Partners ranked Sri Lanka the 6th worst), I always have to worry about visa. Other than the United States, what countries require a visa …
asked Aug 17 '14 by Ayesh K
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"Marsault" or "Goat" is a little bit confusing. Is it normal for Schengen visas to carry some sort of unique identification, or some valid clue about my physical appearance or the purpose of visit? …
asked Feb 12 '16 by Ayesh K
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If you already have a visa, chances are, you will be allowed to enter the country without a problem. I haven't heard about any official refugee protection scheme in India. I am a Sri Lankan too and …
answered Sep 6 '14 by Ayesh K
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I recently did something similar, and that included some Asian countries, including China. First hand experience: Flexible tickets tend to be much more expensive than a round trip fixed fare. I'm n …
answered Apr 9 '15 by Ayesh K
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visas, or is there such "multiple-entry transit visa" thing? One transit visa allows me to stay 5 days in the country, and provide the departure ticket. The point C country also has an embassy of …
asked Jul 6 '14 by Ayesh K
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, there is no Taiwan embassy in Sri Lanka. There is a Chinese embassy that issue Chinese visas. I have another 7 day visit planned on this September to China. I understand China and Taiwan require … separate visas, and others visitors to Taiwan usually get their visa in India or Singapore Taiwanese embassies. Is there a Taiwanese embassy in China, that can issue visas to foreign nationals? Do you …
asked Jul 28 '14 by Ayesh K
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I received my Schengen visa, thanks to numerous Q&A found on this site. I have flights booked for in and out, and I'm considering to use Ryan Air to travel between a few cities. I'm a Sri Lankan cit …
asked Aug 31 '15 by Ayesh K
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There is unfortunately a very good chance of your visa application getting rejected. When you are denied entry to a country, the immigration officers do not usually place a stamp. But they do keep r …
answered Sep 4 '15 by Ayesh K
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I'm planning to visit Indonesia, holding a passport that gives me visa-free access for 30 days (just like over 160 countries get). From Wikitravel, there is a part that reads: Also note that the …
asked Mar 29 '17 by Ayesh K

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