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Applicants who fear that their bank statements may betray a weak financial position will sometimes resort to a 'parking' strategy. This strategy involves having a relative or other trusted party placing a large sum of money in the applicant's account temporarily so that the applicant's bank statements look better. It's a popular strategy, but when it fails, ...


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There are two ways for Saudis to travel legally to Thailand: First Way Get a paper from "Chamber of Commerce" indicating that you have business in Thailand. keep it with you until the renewal, and it's easy to get. Conditions: You should have Establishment(Commercial Register), now you can have Establishment without Location, or you can use your ...


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OK I can answer this after the edit: lawyer, lawyer, lawyer! Forget random sites on the Internet, your case is insanely complicated, unique, special and one bad move on your end might be irreversible. You need the help of a professional, real bad. Here is a link to the United States of America Pro Bono Directory provided by the International Refugee Rights ...


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You are not able to use your Schengen Visa to enter Bora Bora. Instead you should apply for "visa for French Overseas collectivities". You must apply this visa directly to French Embassy. For detail, please take a look at this article from French Embassy.


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If you are going to Thailand because of work, you can try to get it approved. I've read somewhere that "Personal business visits have to be authorized by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry." It seems like if you are going there because you work on an aircraft that is flying there, it would count as "personal business". Ministry of Commerce and Industry (...


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I would guess that if you are not aware of the distinction, you are a British citizen. Which class of British nationality you hold would be indicated on your passport. For example, here is a British Citizen passport: A British Subject passport: And a British National (Overseas) passport: Beside other differences, note that “British Citizen”, “British ...


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Yes you can enter Cyprus with your valid Schengen visa as long as you have used the visa before to enter a Schengen country. From the page of the embassy of Cyprus in Finland (Couldn't find the page of the Embassy in Saudi), also the embassy in Russian states the same: Third country nationals, holders of a valid Schengen visa (type: double or multiple ...


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Yes it should be fine to visit the UK from Saudi Arabia the week before your visa expires. You must leave the UK by this date, unless you have successfully applied for permission to extend your stay. In some immigration categories, you cannot apply to extend your stay. They suggest that you apply for permission to extend your stay (if you are allowed to do ...


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You were refused under Paragraph 4.2 of the rules which means they do not believe you are a genuine visitor. The paragraph having to do with booking.com is their way of saying that you did not study the guidance and hence possibly do not understand the rules. And by extension, people who do not understand the rules are likely to violate them. The ...


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According Official List of documents for UK Visitor visa there is no fixed amount you must have to apply the visa. But it is a general rule that visa applicants must have enough money to support and accommodate themselves without working or help from public funds, or they and any dependants will be supported and accommodated by relatives or friends: Section ...


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I do not believe it is possible for a Canadian citizen to get a Canadian visa. You can enter and leave Canada on any passport you want, but a Saudi passport does not have visa-free access to Canada, so that wouldn't work either.


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So as you have realised, a visa is required for tourist purposes for citizens of Saudi Arabia visiting South Africa. It depends a little on how thorough you want to be - but basically, the more prepared you are, the better chance you have. For example, the most common documents cited as required include: Passport valid for 6 months beyond date of ...


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Since you're planning to visit for tourism, it's probably not necessary to understand every inapplicable category fully. That would be helpful for a process of elimination, which you would use if there were no category that seemed to apply, or more than one category that seemed to apply equally. For a two-week tourist visit with no work involved, however, ...


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No if you won't leave the transit lounge source


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You will only need a Bulgarian OR Romanian visa, NOT both. Apply through the country you'll be spending the most time in. As stated by Timatic, the database used by airlines, about Bulgaria: Visa required, except for passengers with a C visa issued by Croatia, Cyprus, Romania or a Schengen Member State valid for the period of intended stay. They are ...


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Since 1 January 2007 the Republic of Bulgaria has been applying the European Union’s Common Visa Policy, subject to the terms of the Accession Treaty. One thing that means is no distinct Transit visa (except for airport transit - Type A). So you need a Type C, Uniform Schengen Visa (short-term) for a short stay for the purpose of transit or a planned stay, ...


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According to http://www.domrep.org/visa.html, which as far as I can tell is an official DR embassy website: Any person who can legally travel or reside in the United States, Canada and the European Union (including Great Britain) does not need a visa to visit the Dominican Republic for tourist purposes and can enter the Dominican Republic with a Tourist ...


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Applying for a visa for GMC ID Check is frequently rejected unless you satisfy UKVI officer regarding the purpose of your GMC Registration (and that is not easy). Since getting a job offer (for a doctor) in the UK does not need GMC registration, I would advise you to start applying for jobs and to do the ID check once you reach UK with a work-permit (TIER2) ...


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