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This is not common criteria - this is part of a simple spot check exercise to find people applying from VISA that did not arrive at the border gate by proper transport. For a period of about 6 months a few years ago I had move from a permanent residency permit in China to monthly tourist visa until my company was setup and I could once again get a permanent ...


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No, you don't have to show them proof of funds. As you have mentioned, proof of funds is only asked when you apply for your visa as part of your visa application. I have been to Canada on a visitor visa four times so far from USA and I was never asked that question. They will just ask you "What is the purpose of your visit and how long and where are you ...


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According to the Consulate-General of the People's Republic of China in Gothenburg: Foreigners to visit China are generally required to apply for visas in advance. But ordinary passport holders from Singapore, Brunei and Japan can gain access to China without applying for visas for up to 15 days for business, sightseeing, visiting relatives and friends, ...


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Chinese visa validity is different for every country, currently for the US you can get up to a 10 year visa depending on circumstances. As for tickets, yes if you are applying for a tourist visa your first trip must be scheduled as the application form will require you to fill in the travel dates. If you are applying for a business visa the rules are ...


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There is a Life Partner Visa South Africa which may be helpful. Whether a student fulfills the permanent resident requirement is not clear. But it does offer a simplified work permit. Since you won't be looking for a work within South Africa, it may be a matter of a simple endorsement to work remotely. At the bottom of the page is a list of all visa ...


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As per your letter - The last date you may travel to New Zealand is: 23 December 2019 - this means you need to arrive in New Zealand on or before December 23, and This visa expires 1 month(s) after your first arrival means you have one month after that arrival before the visa expires (and therefore need to leave the country). So yes, you can arrive on (or ...


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No, if you are not planning to return to the US on the same trip, neither Australia nor your airline(s) will care about the status of your US visa.


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No you can not, as you have read, the tourist VISA requires arrival and departure dates to be written on the application, and if requested tickets needs to be provided so you cannot just make them up, what you can do is apply for a business VISA, this works different in that a company would write an invitation letter stating that you would be needed in China ...


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Yes, you can use the V-1 visitor visa for a business visit, until its expiry date. Canada's temporary resident visas (aka visitor visas) are good for tourism, business and transit. From the Immigration Canada FAQ: I got a multiple-entry temporary resident visa to visit a relative in Canada last year. Can I use it to travel to Canada on a business trip? ...


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