List of Country’s Visa, type of visa, documents required, procedures to apply


What is Visa?

A visa is a formal document enabling its bearer to enter another nation lawfully. Usually, the bearer’s passport is sealed with the visa stamp or adhesive. Multiple categories of visas exist, with varying powers granted to the holder within the host nation. It acts as the holder’s official authorization to enter the country of destination for the specified time and the intended purpose. Usually given by the destination country’s diplomatic or consular offices, visas are essential to immigration control and international travel.

 

Purpose of Visa

When traveling abroad for fun, sightseeing, or to see friends and family, many individuals apply for tourist visas. These visas frequently have a time limit. When someone travels for business-related reasons, such as attending conferences, meetings, negotiations, or training sessions, they are granted a business visa. Work visas are necessary for people who intend to work abroad for a prolonged period. Generally speaking, students who want to study abroad require a student visa. Travelers with transit visas can enter and exit a nation while en route to their destination.

Search Visa type and procedures to apply, documents required by Country

Find the procedures to apply for the visa, what are the documents required to be attached, forms need to be submitted and more through the below listed countries

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A

Afghanistan Andorra Argentina Australia
Albania Angola Armenia Austria
Algeria Antigua and Barbuda Aruba Azerbaijan

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B

Bahamas Belarus Bhutan Brazil Burma
Bahrain Belgium Bolivia Brunei Burundi
Bangladesh Belize Bosnia and Herzegovina Bulgaria
Barbados Benin Botswana Burkina Faso

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C

Côte d’Ivoire Canada China Costa Rica Czechia (Czech Republic)
Cabo Verde Central African Republic Colombia Croatia
Cambodia Chad Comoros Cuba
Cameroon Chile Congo (Congo-Brazzaville) Cyprus

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D

Democratic Republic of the Congo Djibouti Dominican Republic
Denmark Dominica

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E

Ecuador El Salvador Eritrea Eswatini (fmr. “Swaziland”)
Egypt Equatorial Guinea Estonia Ethiopia

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F

Faroe Island
Fiji
Finland
France

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G

Gabon Germany Grenada Guinea-Bissau
Gambia Ghana Guatemala Guyana
Georgia Greece Guinea

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H

Haiti Honduras
Holy See Hungary

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I

Iceland Indonesia Iraq Israel
India Iran Ireland Italy

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J

Jamaica
Japan
Jordan

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K

Kazakhstan Kiribati Kuwait
Kenya Kosovo Kyrgyzstan

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L

Laos Lesotho Liechtenstein
Latvia Liberia Lithuania
Lebanon Libya Luxembourg

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M

Madagascar Mali Mauritius Monaco Mozambique
Malawi Malta Mexico Mongolia Macedonia
Malaysia Marshall Islands Micronesia Montenegro
Maldives Mauritania Moldova Morocco

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N

Namibia Netherlands Niger North Macedonia
Nauru New Zealand Nigeria Norway
Nepal Nicaragua North Korea

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O

Oman

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P

Pakistan Panama Peru Portugal
Palau Papua New Guinea Philippines
Palestine State Paraguay Poland (Polish)

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Q

Qatar

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R

Romania
Russia
Rwanda

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S

Saint Kitts and Nevis Saudi Arabia Slovakia South Sudan Switzerland
Saint Lucia Senegal Slovenia Spain Syria
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Serbia Solomon Islands Sri Lanka
Samoa Seychelles Somalia Sudan
San Marino Sierra Leone South Africa Suriname
Sao Tome and Principe Singapore South Korea Sweden

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T

Taiwan Thailand Tonga Turkey
Tajikistan Timor-Leste Trinidad and Tobago Turkmenistan
Tanzania Togo Tunisia Tuvalu

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U

Uganda UAE USA Uzbekistan
Ukraine UK (British) Uruguay

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V

Vanuatu
Venezuela
Vietnam

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Y

Yemen

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Z

Zambia
Zimbabwe

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