I don't know how safe it is to post my plane ticket online so I'm not going to do that but I have a lay over CAN thought it was canda but under it says Guangzhou which is in China I'm flying China southern and I just need to know if I need a visa to travel through there ? Also I'm a United States citzen born here with a passport flying through CAN that is canda right ? Or am I mistaken I'm sorry if this is a mess i just spent alot of the ticket to get a visa to my fiance hopefully to be wife in about a month
Dear community and staffs i don't have much experience about using a forum and im not good with using grammar so if i do any mistake im really sorry for it.
Im 22 y.o a male person,i live in turkey.I want to work in another country more like EU countries. But i dont have any job proffesion or any friendship to get me there. I could do it alone. But price of airplane tickets is really so expensive in order to getting every documents ready at leadt i have to work 1 year with no spending any money. Im looking for a way to walk other countries. Please show me a way out. I need your ideas
I can work in hard jobs, transporting pushing weights, cleaning or farming. I just need a job that sponsor my visa.
I found some websites that saying we sponsor but actually they didnt look so trustfull
So, as a Nepali, I have to apply for a Lithuanian visa from the Indian Embassy at Delhi. Going through their site (student visa) I saw that they had a list of Schengen approved health insurance companies. Those companies are all in India though.
I got one from a national company and the consulate here as well as the company told me it's as per usual. I'm ofcourse nursing doubts if this is gonna work, what do you guys think I should or could do. Are my chances of being approved any good?
Hey guys, Here's my backstory. I recently just finished my masters on. J1 visa in the United States. I plan to attend a conference in Washington DC in November. For this I was to apply for the b1/b2 visa. Here's the situation that makes me a little worried. I work for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latrer Day Saints as a translator in my country. I've been working in this position for a month and I've interned for this position for a year when I was in the United States.
It worries me that maybe worki ng for a large religious organization may ruin the chances of getting a visa. I'd also like to mention that I have full intent to return to my home country try and live out the remainder of my days here.
I lived in the US for 9 years (from 2009, to end of 2018), with a depended Visa to my dad but his visa wasn't able to be renewed and we had to come back to india, I have my interview the 29th of June. My main reason for going to study in the us is because that's the educational system I'm used to and I'd like to finish my bachelors there. Is there any specific tips I could use for the interview? Just by researching I feel like I should have a good chance because I have a good reason, but still wondering.
I have an acquaintance who is Sri Lankan, neither of us live in Sri Lanka at the moment. This makes it difficult to renew passports, however it can be done at the nearest Sri Lankan embassy. She renewed her passport in this way and the ‘cover’ page with all the information states the passport is valid for 10 years, which is the usual amount. She didn’t check the other pages, and recently found out that in the ‘Alterations and Observation’ pages, there is a stamp stating the passport is invalid after the 21st birthday.
She turned 21 in March and applied 2 months later for Canadian study visa, not knowing her passport was now invalid/expired. She has requested an emergency passport and is going to Sri Lanka in a few days to get a passport and ID card. I am curious to know what will happen to her Canadian study visa request.
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I am an American trying to get my student visa to study in Europe. One of the requirements is that I need to provide a document from my state court (Illinois) stating that I have no pending criminal proceedings against me. It's not a background check from the police. Has anyone else gone through the same process? I'm not sure which court I need to go to and how to get it. I've called many of the courts here and they say that they've never heard of a document that's says I'm not currently being sued.