VISA

We, at Travel Master, know and adhere to the fact that holidays and vacations are a time for a change; to be out and about exploring new places, meeting new people and just soaking in the good times. An international holiday trip that you have been planning for years to come gives you access to this. You need an all-access pass (Visa) that will let you explore the beauty of the world.

Since 2010 we has provided visa services  enabling travelers to apply for visas to various countries to have a pleasure trip.

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Before Applying for Visa:

  • You need to be clear about your travel dates. Make sure you have your journey tickets available before you apply for a visa. Almost all the consulates will ask you to submit your travel dates. 
  • While the processing time no longer takes months like it used to, you still need to apply for a visa at least one month in advance. You need to remember that each country has its own procedure and time frame for visa clearance. So make sure that you have enough time on hand just in case the consulate asks for additional documentation. While a Schengen visa may take only a week or so, a visa to Canada takes up to 35 working days. 
  • You will need clear documentation while you apply for a visa. Your passport is the most important document you will need. Make sure that your passport is valid for six months post your travel dates. If your passport is about to expire immediately, your chances of getting a visa are almost nil. Many countries will also ask you to come for an interview or to provide your biometrics. 
  • If you are applying for a tourist visa, you will need to show your personal financial records along with your itinerary, Travel Insurance , accommodation, etc.
  •  A business visa, on the other hand, will require an invitation from the counterpart and you will need to furnish your company records, along with a company letter for the same. 
  • While applying for student visa, you will need to show your college admission documents along with your financials. One of the major requirements for a student visa is student travel insurance.
  • A point to remember is that if the consulate feels that they need further documentation, they will send you an intimation asking for additional details.
     

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a visa and why is it important?

A visa is a travel document which conditionally allows a person to enter or leave the region for which it is issued. If you are travelling to a foreign land, you always need a visa to ensure that you are entering the country legally. A visa application in advance of arrival gives the country a chance to consider the applicant's circumstance, such as financial security, reason for applying, and details of previous visits to the country.

Do I need a visa for travel?

It depends. An Indian citizen will get benefit from many favourable travel arrangements with countries around the world. Some destinations will require visa on arrival. For several countries, you will need a valid travel visa in order to enter.It depends. An Indian citizen will get benefit from many favourable travel arrangements with countries around the world. Some destinations will require visa on arrival. For several countries, you will need a valid travel visa in order to enter.

Does it cost to have a visa processed?

It depends. An Indian citizen will get benefit from many favourable travel arrangements with countries around the world and the fee may be waived off. In other circumstances, one will have to pay for the visa.

How long will the process take?

This depends on the country you’re visiting. Some visas will be issued the same day; others can take weeks (or even months) to process.

What is a visa on arrival?

A visa on arrival is issued once you enter the respective country. It is usually issued for tourism purpose for countries like Thailand, Bhutan, Cambodia, Maldives, Macau, Indonesia, Iraq, Nepal, Laos, Jordon, Mauritius, Seychelles, Kenya, Tanzania, Madagascar, Cook Islands, Fiji and more.

How do I get a travel visa?

By submitting basic documents like: • Valid passport • Completed visa application • Passport/Visa size photos • Payment of required fees • In some cases, additional identification such as a driver’s license, birth certificate, or bank statement showing that you the necessary funds to complete your journey • Some countries require a copy of your travel ticket

What are the different types of visa?

- Transit visa- for passing through the country to a destination outside that country - Short-stay or visitor visa- for short visits to the host country - Tourist visa - for a limited period of leisure travel, no business activities allowed - Visa for medical reasons- for undertaking diagnostics or a course of treatment in the host country's hospitals - Business visa - for engaging in commerce in the country - Residence visa – for people obtaining long-term residence in the host country - Immigrant visa - for those intending to immigrate to the issuing country - On-arrival visa (also known as Visa On Arrival, VOA), granted at a port of entry - Electronic visa - The visa is stored in a computer and is electronically tied to the passport number; no label, sticker or stamp is placed in the passport before travel

What are the documents required to get travel visa?

By submitting basic documents like: • Valid passport • Completed visa application • Passport/Visa size photos • Payment of required fees • In some cases, additional identification such as a driver’s license, birth certificate, or bank statement showing that you the necessary funds to complete your journey • Some countries require a copy of your travel ticket