Can my brother from Australia buy a ticket from his credit card?
NO, your brother cannot buy an airline ticket from his credit card on your behalf. Bangladesh is listed on those countries which cannot use a credit/debit card to pay for someone else.
Pay on someone else's behalf
You can pay for another traveller's flight using cash. Just ...
No, you aren't allowed to enter India by train if your didn't explicitly make a request for the same during your visa application.
Please review the visa requirements for Maitree Express. This page is available in both English and Bangla.
I've also reproduced the relevant section here for reference -
A valid passport and visa are required ...
Hong Kong does not permit nationals of Bangladesh (and several other countries) to transit without a visa, not even in the international transit area of the airport. If you try to go without one, the airline may deny boarding.
You have two obvious options at this point:
First, you could try to obtain a visit/transit visa from Hong Kong. Their official web ...
A national of Bangladesh needs a visa to visit Japan. There is no exception for being a resident in Italy.
You can find instructions to apply for a visa on Japan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs web site. After you fill out the application and gather the required documents, you need to deliver them (they say via fax or e-mail) to the embassy/consulate serving ...
If your baby is a Belgian citizen with a Belgian ID card, then he can travel to Greece using it.
Otherwise, he officially needs a passport and residence permit, but unless flying on a budget carrier, you probably won't be asked for ID at all unless you check in luggage.
Yes this is allowed.
Before 2017, Bangladesh passport holders were required to exit from the same point by which they entered India or apply to have it changed. This restriction was relaxed in 2017, so that major points of entry/exit were excluded from this requirement.
As per new rules, Bangladesh citizens having Indian visa can enter and exit from any of ...
A Visitor in Transit visa for the UK allows only stays of less than 48 hours. For a 4-5 days visit you need to apply for an ordinary Standard Visitor visa.
If you're traveling to or from USA with a valid US visa, you may qualify for landside Transit Without Visa in the UK, but only if there's at most one midnight coming between your arrival and departure, ...
If you claim you were never refused a visa, and they find out you were (which they most likely will; they have computers and stuff in Turkey), you can probably say good-bye to any chance entering Turkey for many years.
Your chances of getting a visa are a lot better now as a UK resident. The question is always whether (a) they want you in the country for a ...
According to the latest changes( in 2017-2018),
Any Travel Visa (No matter which port of entry, or route you chose during VISA application) issued to Bangladeshi citizens will allow the traveler to
Travel by train
Travel by air
Travel by road at Benapole-Haridashpur border.
It does not matter when you got the Travel VISA, you are allowed for the 3 routes ...
In the past there were restrictions on Bangladeshi ciitzens entering India by air, but these are no more.
You can enter or exit India via any of the 24 international airports or two land checkpoints indicated, in addition to any port of entry printed on your visa. There is no restriction regarding the country you traveled from when entering, or the country ...
Do I need a Indian immigration lawyer to do this?
Yes, I'd talk to an immigration lawyer and have them try and sort this out. Any advice we might give here would be insufficient for such a complex situation.
You cannot apply from the US as one of the requirements is:
(screenshot from the requirements pdf available from the Kingdom of the Netherlands website)
So as you have stated you do not have permanent residency in the US, your only option is to apply from Bangladesh and ask for expedited service (if applicable); or just apply once you have returned from ...
Can I stay 1-2 weeks after my visa expires?
No, you can’t:
Regardless of the duration of the valid visa, the maximum duration of stay in India is limited to 6 months (180 days) on each visit. Extension of stay is not granted on tourist visas and it can not be converted into any other visa.
If so, be prepared to pay the equivalent of US $30>
I think you're screwed. Go here:
You are unfortunately a caret symbol country:
Wikipedia for example summarizes it as:
Nationals of the following countries are required to possess a visa ...
You are a Bangladeshi resident of Nigeria and you want to sit the PLAB2 exam in the UK. You propose to use a co-sponsor because (presumably) your own finances are weak.
My father, who is also a practicing doctor in Nigeria, will be my
We have a great history of PLAB2 refusals in the archives here where well-to-do parents attempted ...
Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport provides an explanation of what is dutiable and a detailed list of what is duty free (which includes your shopping list items).
Duty and Tax Free Goods
You might have already learnt about the rates of duties for various goods when brought to Bangladesh. It is not that you will have to pay duties or taxes for ...
The UKVI tool says that, as a Bangladeshi citizen visiting the UK for tourism, you need to apply for a Standard Visitor Visa:
When applying for a Standard Visitor Visa you will most probably be asked to provide details of your trip, as well as proof of funds, and proof of strong ties to your country of origin. That is when you will mention that your husband ...
For your two specific questions...
Can I reapply right now? Yes, there is no cooling-off period following a refusal; you can apply again immediately. Doing so, however, is a rash step because it will result in another refusal unless each objection in your refusal has been fully addressed.
Or ask for an administrative review? This option is available to ...
Sorry, that visa is going to be pretty tough to get. You are required to get a visa for Kosovo in advance and applications must be made in person. The nearest embassies from India are in Japan, Saudi Arabia and Turkey, each of which also require visas for Bangladeshi citizens.
That said, the answer to this previous question indicates that applying via ...
You may make minor adjustments to your itinerary after the visa is granted.
You may not present a false itinerary in order to get a visa. If you are found out, the visa will be cancelled, and getting a new one any time in the future will be difficult.
Apparently you have lied to get the visa. phoog made a good suggestion in his comment: turn the lie into a ...
It may depend on the visa restriction you may have, but usually you may enter and exit as many time you want.
But visa is not a guarantee you can enter in US: the immigration officer should still check if you have intention to overstay/work/etc. (in a way not permitted by your visa).
But it seems that your case is just tourism travel (and from nearby ...
Yes of course, if you have the necessary documents to enter both countries and make the travel arrangements yourself for both of them, the Russian authorities don't care which country you're arriving from.
There are very few countries in the world where this would be a problem, like going to Saudi Arabia right after Israel for example, but they wouldn't ...
The order of visas in your passport does not matter, neither the order in which you obtained them, as long as you travel on correct dates to corresponding countries. Having unopened (or even unused) visa in a passport will not be a problem.
Yes, you need it as you have transit more than 19 hours
All the passengers holding Pakistani, Nepalese, Bangladeshi or Sri Lankan passport traveling via Thailand with transit over 12 hours in Bangkok are now required to get transit visa prior to travel. They may be denied boarding if they don't get a visa prior to travel.
However, the layover in Bangkok is ...
If, and only if, you have a visa or residence permit from a Schengen state, the UK, the US or Ireland, you can get an e-visa through this website https://www.evisa.gov.tr/en/
Otherwise, you'd Need to apply for a transit visa at a Turkish embassy.
There is no special 24-hour transit visa I'm afraid, so these are your options
No, you don't: if you've used your USA visa at least once, you can enter Georgia visa-free for 90 days.
Foreign nationals who have a multiple entry US, EU or Schengen member states visas, which have validity for one year or more and had been used once at least, can enter or stay on the territory of Georgia without visa up to 90 days, within the validity ...
To answer your listed questions:
It will depend on whether kiwi booked the actual flights unter a single PNR. It is not neccessarily the case that they will, even with airlines with interline agreements, they can still buy different tickets under different PNRs for you, as this may or may not make the whole booking cheaper. You will have to wait for the ...