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Visa regulations


A valid pass, in the truest sense of the word, open the doors to travel country. An expired document, however, closes it. In this sense, get your passport out of the drawer and check the expiration date, so that no bad surprises follow. What this piece of paper can do, as it is properly exhibited, and why joy breaks out when policemen give you a stamp, you will learn in this article. Visa Yes or No? The citizens of a Schengen state do not need a visa within the Schengen borders and can enter their countries with a valid passport or ID card.   For a stay outside the Schengen zone, you need a valid passport as well as a current entry visa. Basically, I would check before each trip, how the respective visa regulations are working in the countries. For this purpose, the Federal Foreign Office provides an up-to-date overview.
 

Visa on Arrival


With this type of visa, you will receive an entry form during your flight, which you have to present at your arrival. In most cases, a photo and an exhibition fee will be required, after you get your visa on the spot. If you want to crossing more borders during your trip, please inform yourself in advance about the respective formalities. For this, you must visit the embassy in the country, but the issue of the new visa can take several days. (It should be pointed out that not all states have a consulate in every country of the world, please check before travel) A good overview of consulate addresses abroad and many other useful informations you can get  by the Website from Embassy World.

In many areas of the world, it is also not uncommon to pay a small fee to the police men`s on the border controls. If you refuse to pay, it may be that you do not enter the desired country. So my tip: Always take small notes with you so that you can react cleverly to the official demands, because the inspector will certainly not give you any change. And then you are glad that you get another colorful stamp in your "collecting booklet". Attention - The "Visa On Arrival" is not available anywhere and for any nationality. A simple overview of the visas you need for which country, you will find the following websites.    Transit visa For short stays at airports - also known as stopovers - you do not need to apply for a visa in advance, unless you leave the transit area. (Except for the United States, I believe that you can visit the Electronic System for Travel Authorization / ESTA through the following website and participate in the Visa Waiver Program, but you can also apply for a visa) If you are traveling through a country by car, train or bus, you can apply for a transit visa, which is cheaper than an entry visa. This is then limited in most cases for 72 hours. What to do when the visa expires? With a visa-run, you will travel to another country for a few days to get a new visa in your country of destination. However, inform yourself about the respective visa regulations beforehand, as this does not work in any country.   Edit Live This site uses cookies. Through the use
 

Transit visa


For short stays at airports - also known as stopovers - you do not need to apply for a visa in advance, unless you leave the transit area. (Except for the United States, I believe that you can visit the Electronic System for Travel Authorization / ESTA through the following website and participate in the Visa Waiver Program, but you can also apply for a visa) If you are traveling through a country by car, train or bus, you can apply for a transit visa, which is cheaper than an entry visa. This is then limited in most cases for 72 hours. What to do when the visa expires? With a visa-run, you will travel to another country for a few days to get a new visa in your country of destination. However, inform yourself about the respective visa regulations beforehand, as this does not work in any country.


 
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