How to get an immigrants visa?
Or else an a tourist visa?
Getting tourist Visa is very simple..first of all know where you are traveling to that is,the location and properly arrange yourself either you are going for vacation or volunteer means..this will determine type of document you need to produce at the embassy ..then visit their website for more information about tourist visa requirement for that country.
by Chuck Nugent 6 years ago
How difficult is it to get a tourist visa to visit the United States?We have invited my wife's brother in Russia to visit us in the United States for a ten day vacation in the Southwest together. It took me a little effort to get a visa to visit my wife's family in Russia last summer (my wife...
by Stephanie Launiu 4 years ago
What is the solution to the estimated 11 million illegal immigrants now living in the U.S?The majority are believed to be from Mexico. Others are those who came here on legal visas but did not leave the country when they were supposed to, and are now here illegally.
by bulldogrocks 7 years ago
I am a former U.S Marine that served during Sept 11, 2001. I feel that kids today have it easy and should get a taste of what real civil service work is like. I think this country would be better off making civil service jobs like police, fire fighter and military be a requirement...
by India Arnold 6 years ago
What is the difference between being a traveler and being a tourist?
by Likius 11 months ago
Can I get a Thai Re-entry visa on Mae Sai Border? I have a tourist visa valid for 90 days.Hello, I'm from Republic of Georgia. I left Thailand without getting a re entry permit, as I decided very fast to go to Myanmar and haven't had time to go to immigration office in Bangkok, I crossed the border...
by PhoenixV 4 years ago
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