You should apply for a tourism visa.
You can do all the things under Appendix 3 which include:
25 Visitors may carry out the following study:
(a) educational exchanges or visits with a state funded school or academy or independent school; or
(b) a maximum of 30 days study on:
(i) recreational courses (not English language training);...
The visa application process cannot be completed until you appear for an interview with a consular officer. You should probably cancel your interview just to make it official.
According to this Quora Q/A web page
You don’t need to delete the form. Just cancel the interview
appointment, if you made one. Eventually, if the submission isn’t
used, the ...
For almost all non European Union/EEA citizens, an entry or exit stamp is mandatory upon crossing the external Schengen border
Article 8 (3) Border Code (thorough check)
Article 11 (3) Border Code
(e) Citizens of Andorra, Monaco and San Marino are exempted
No 'Immigration' (enter/exit) stamp for persons enjoying the right of free movement under Union ...
If you have submitted your application
If you have submitted your application you should pay tour fee which can later be refunded.
2 ongoing visa applications won’t be allowed.
The UK GOV website states:
Contact UKVI to find out how to cancel your application.
You can only get your fee refunded if your application hasn’t been processed yet.
There are no passport controls to enter Vatican City.
Technically, the Vatican is not part of the Schengen Zone or the EU, but it has an open border with Italy, and Italy is the only way to enter the Vatican.
So no-one will even know you have visited Vatican.
As o.m mentioned:
it is more like "they have a practical agreement that the Vatican doesn't ...
A 2-year overstay is very big, therefore it is very unlikely you will be granted a visa.
For comparison, under rule 320(7B), overstayers are normally barred from re-entering the UK for at least one year, unless they overstayed by less than 90 days and left the UK voluntarily at their own expense.
So I imagine even if you didn’t get a ban you would most ...
Yes, you can go to Mexico on a C1/D visa.
The Mexican consulate states:
all those foreign nationals, regardless of their nationality, visiting Mexico for tourism, business or transit are NOT required to obtain a Mexican visa IF they hold a valid (non-expired) Visa or Permanent Residence of United States of America
Break it down and explain it like you have done here. The main thing is to be completely clear and transparent about the funds in your account and where they come from to prevent any doubt. They will read the documentation, and you mentioned getting a letter confirming your payments from your employer, I agree this would only be beneficial to include as it ...
You will need a transit visa. As a foreign resident of a GCC country you still require a visa to leave the airport, or have a transit time of more than 24 hours, only people who are citizens of GCC countries are exempt from visas. You are able to obtain the visa at the airport for KD2.
Although citizens of GCC countries can travel to Kuwait visa-free,
NZ citizen here.
You don't need a visa for Australia as you're in transit, and even to visit don't require one.
As a tourist in Japan, you need a flight/boat trip/etc out of the country, but otherwise can have up to 90 days.
Source: Have visited, transited and lived in Aus, and visited Japan four times, on a NZ passport.
In the future, it is not recommended to buy flight tickets before your visa is granted to avoid similar situations. If you bought a refundable ticket you can try and get a refund for your flight, this is the easier option rather than appealing the visa.
If not, you can appeal the decision using a service/guide like this one here. Getting a refund for your ...
As a New Zealand citizen you won’t need a visa for Australia as you don’t plan to leave the airport and will only be there for a few hours. If you do choose to take a longer layover (8+ hours) or leave the airport you can get a SCV visa on arrival by filling out a landing card.
You don’t need a visa for Japan either as you are going for 90 days or less, ...
The actual regulation doesn't say that the I-94 must be valid, but that the period of stay indicated on the I-94 must be unexpired. That's the reason for the parenthetical mention "unexpired" in the quoted text. 22 CFR 41.112(d)(2)(i) says that the program is available to one who
Is in possession of a Form I-94, Arrival-Departure Record, endorsed by DHS ...
Both no Visa required and Visa required tourists are allowed for 90 days in Japan.
There is an exception if you have 30 million yen and you and your spouse can stay in Japan for 1 year.
The answer to "can I get On-arrival visa into Bangladesh?" seems to be "No" for an Indian national.
This page "How to get Bangladesh overland visa on arrival" (from a tour agency) states
Please note that Indians are NOT eligible to get Bangladesh visa on arrival in the land borders. They need to apply for a regular visa on the Bangladesh consulates in ...
Some countries have restrictions on where you can apply based on where you reside (and not where you are), as in long term residence. Some do ask for justification of that.
For instance, the Japanese consulate in San Francisco writes:
I. Visa application are accepted only from residents in our jurisdiction.
Area of Jurisdiction
Northern and ...
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Beyond those countries that don't permit it trying to catch dual citizens, a key part of applying for a visitor visa is demonstrating strong ties to your home and that you plan to return after your visit. If you're in a country on a long-term basis where you're not a citizen, the consulate wants to make sure that your situation there is lawful, stable, and ...
If you have been invited to an interview with a reputable company who has promised to pay your expenses then the burden of payment is not on you. The Visa office will not expect you to show you can afford to pay for the trip because you will not be paying for it - the company will. When you fill in the questions about payment you can say that you will be ...
I don't have any suggestion how to get the e-visa faster. I think I can explain how you got into this predicament because it happened to me: the cutoff time after you submit the application is measured in the Indian Time Zone (at the server), but the date shown when you make the application is your local time zone (in your browser). As India is significantly ...
From https://embamex.sre.gob.mx/emiratosarabesunidos/index.php/es/2016-05-07-10-39-06 the documents needed to apply for a visitor visa are:
1.- Visa application fully filled with capital letters.
2.- Valid passport with at least two blank pages. Validity of at least six months prior to expiration.
3.- Passport photocopies of the first 3 pages and all ...
Yes, you can apply for a tourist visa for Mexico in the UAE if you are a resident there.
On the list of requirements on the consulate of Mexico in the UAE website:
The applicant has to be a resident in the United Arab Emirates
So as long as you are a legal resident in the UAE you will be fine.
What happens in cases of force majeure while travelling with a Transit Visa?
International law, as such, does not offer any binding recommendations on how to deal with such situations or what host measures host countries must do.
The present International Passport Recommendations envolved during the
Paris Passport Convention 1920-10-21
Geneva Passport ...
My understanding is that the Indian visa process is considerably more complicated and time consuming if you are of Pakistani descent, but you are unlikely to be denied the visa if everything checks out. I don't believe the government publishes visa rejection rates though, so this is anecdotal.
If you're looking to go in January, I would advise you to apply ...
In the event of a no-deal Brexit, free movement rules will remain in place until December 31, 2020, at least (possibly longer if the UK leaves the EU under the terms of a withdrawal agreement). They may be modified somewhat, however. I have not been able to find any draft legislation to change them, but the government has been making some fairly vague ...
Based on this Get ready for Brexit: check what you need to do - GOV.UK form
(which does not ask if a spouse is UK Citizen) :
Based on your answers, we know:
You do not own or operate a business or organisation
You are not an EU or British national
You live in Ireland
You plan to travel to the UK
You and your family
Take out ...
If your husband doesn’t clear immigration to collect bags and stays in the international transit area, he can transit without a visa.
The requirements for this are:
Arriving in Australia by aircraft
Have a confirmed onward ticket within 8 hours
Have valid documents for that country
must not need to clear immigration or leave the airport transit lounge for ...
Since you are transiting in both Lisbon and Madrid, you will be entering the Schengen Area and not just transiting. Therefore, you will need a regular Schengen short stay visa, regardless of the terminal situation in Madrid.
As you are entering through Portugal, you should apply for such a visa at the consulate of Portugal.
The consulate of Portugal likely ...
You need a Schengen type C short stay visa for this itinerary.
The terminal change in Madrid isn't relevant; the fact that you are entering the Schengen area at Lisbon and exiting Schengen in Madrid is the important bit. To do this, you need to have the regular Schengen visa.
Indeed, this is one of the many questions that is still unclear.
The liklihood is high, that while valid, this card will remain proof that your wife is family member of a EU citizen.
Based on the German Embassy text below (which may be country specific) a Schengen Visa must be applied for after Brexit and will be issued based on EU rules for a family ...
If you entered France, then it's France. If you're in transit you're not technically 'entering' the country, you're just passing through the outside-immigration-zone. So in the case you stay in Paris a few days - you'd write France. If just stopping in Charles de Gaulle Airport to change planes to fly to Egypt - put the USA.
Not necessarily. The onus is on him, as the visitor, to show he has funds to support himself.
So - he'll have to show proof of the invite - that's fine, you're able to help with that.
Then he'll have to show funds. If he's staying at yours, then at least he won't need as much as won't have to pay for accommodation. But as long as he satisfies immigration ...
Based on the Foreign Office - Consular Services Visa page there is no special visa for non Jewish spouses of Israeli citizens.
US-Citizens do not need a B/2 Visitor's visa:
A B/2 visa is granted to someone who wishes to stay in Israel for only a short time (for a visit, tourism, a business meeting or study in a Hebrew ulpan). A person who enters Israel ...
It might be possible but I do not think his chances are high.
The most important reason countries have visa systems is to keep out people who are likely to work illegally, and for that stay longer than allowed. Having been caught working illegally he has proven to be willing to break that rule.
The UK visa system does not block giving visa to people in ...
You must provide a copy of the marriage certificate/contract to obtain a spouse visit visa.
Source: The guy who is responsible about helping employees obtain visas in my multi-national company in Saudi Arabia.
Both Turkey and North Cyprus consider the other to be fully independent countries so travel requirements for one are not relevant to the other. The visa requirements for North Cyprus are outlined here. There are only 3 countries which require visas to enter, all of which require in-person applications. In short, US or Turkish Visas are not relevant for entry ...
I am not sure about the link you have posted, but this is the official website for the Indian eVisa https://indianvisaonline.gov.in/evisa/tvoa.html
The official website will ask you about the date of arrival, the port of entry and duration of stay. However, you can arrive on a different date as long as it falls within the duration/validity they have ...
You should submit a Subject Access Request Link. Ask for records of your file from the CID and as well as all previous visa records. This will show you what exactly they have on you and why a visa was issued in 2012 and subsequently refused in 2012, 2013 and 2014 citing your deception in 2009.
Normally, if the Home Office agreed to your version that it was ...
In Russia's legal system, there is a distinct difference between criminal offence (уголовное преступление) and anything else: "administrative", i.e. civil, offence or fines imposed by road police.
If your driving offence can be considered criminal, then yes, you should. If it can't, then better skip it. What kind of court settled your case? Did you get any ...
When you visit the Application Support Centre for your biometrics appointment, you should take your current passport, a print out of your application form and a copy of your biometric confirmation receipt. You can print your receipt when you apply online.
Detailed guidance on the process is available here https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/usa-apply-...