Dreaming of backpacking through Vietnamese jungles, experiencing fun city life in China, or simply dreaming of sunbathing on a cruise in Russia? Depending on your dream destination, you might need a visa in order to make this dream a reality.
During their recent meeting in Nairobi, Alain Berset, President of the Swiss Confederation, and Kenyan president Uhuru Kenyatta agreed on the opening of the Kenyan embassy in Bern this year.
If you ever needed a visa, chances are you know how unnerving that whole process is. First of all, you have confusing and overflowing paperwork. Do you need this paper or do you need that one? Might as well bring a whole batch, you don’t want to take any chances.
Are you organising an international conference or a business meeting? It isn’t an easy task, that’s for sure, especially if you are having a lot of foreign guests.
Travelling to India? You might need a visa. In case you do need it, this article is for you. Today we will explain to you how to apply for your Indian visa on the official website of the Indian government.
Packing the right clothes may seem like the biggest hassle when it comes to preparing for your trip, but here are some additional tips to keep in mind that will make your journey a breeze.
Are you interested in getting a Russian visa? For this visa, you will have to apply online on the Russian Consular Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ website. Take notice that if you make a pause during your application that is longer than 20 minutes, your session will expire.
In order to travel to Russia, EU citizens require a visa. The visa must be obtained before departure either at the Russian embassy, consulate or a visa application centre in the country of your residence. Here is a step-by-step guide how to apply for a Russian visa.
In today’s article, we are explaining to you how to fill out the paper visa application form for a Chinese visa. In case you decide to apply for your visa with Viselio, you won’t have to fill out any forms by hand.
You are preparing documents for your Russian visa and one of the supporting documents is a health insurance confirmation. Do you send the copy or the original? What does it contain? Here are all answers to your questions.