Other Visa Services


We feel delighted to offer you services in preparing your documents other required support to get your “VISIT VISA” smoothly. We help you obtain Visit Visa for UK, USA, Germany, Canada, Australia and many other countries. We also assist our respected customers to acquire Medical Treatment Visa, Airport Transit Visa, Sailors Visa and so and so forth.

  1. UK Business Visit Visa

The United Kingdom has a thriving business culture and the UK recognizes that individual business people may want to come to the UK for short periods. This may be to negotiate the terms of a contract with businesses in the UK, carry out market research or attend conferences. This category of visa also applies to people engaging in short term sports or entertainers.

Business Visitor Visa Basic Requirements

To qualify under Standard Visitor Visa for business purposes, there are basic requirements which must be met. Applicants have to demonstrate that they intend to undertake business activities including:


  • Attending meetings or conferences,
  • Arranging deals,
  • Negotiating or signing trade agreement or contracts,
  • Undertaking fact-finding missions,
  • Checking details or goods,
  • Conducting site visits and promotional activities.

They must only visit the UK for a maximum of six (6) months, show that they will be able to financially support themselves (if necessary with the support of friends and family) and meet the cost of their onward journey. They must not undertake any paid or unpaid employment in the UK.

Long-term Business Visitor Visa

For travelling to the UK regularly for a business purpose, an applicant may consider applying for a long-term multiple entry business visitor visa UK for 2, 5 and 10 years.

The benefit of applying a long-term visa is that one only needs to make one visa application and provide biometric data once for the duration of the visa. One can undertake multiple visits to the United Kingdom during the validity of the visa. However, as stated above, one can’t stay for longer than 180 days in any 12 months period.

UK Business Visitor Visa Documents Checklist

Moreover, in order to establish the purpose of visiting the UK and establishing personal bonafide an applicant, a business visa applicant is required to furnish documents relating to:

  • Purpose of Visiting UK such as attending a conference or business meeting;
  • Evidence of Employment
  • Full time employed applicant to provide an employment letter. Moreover, the letter from employer indicates approval of the leave for the specified period. The letter preferably may include details of employment such as duration, position, salary etc. Perhaps, the letter may also indicate when the person resumes work. Certainly, it is a good practice to supplement an employment letter with Pay Slips, Tax Returns, bank statements.
  • Self-employed applicants to include the evidence of business activities, business bank statements, tax returns, registration with business chambers and trade bodies, registration with commercial and industrial departments of the local and national governments etc.
  • Evidence of Finances and Bank Statements usually for the preceding six months and proof of savings;
  • Sponsor Documents such as Invitation Letter or Confirmation from the UK company, business, or establishment. If the sponsor is paying for accommodation then may include details such as hotel booking. The invitation letter may also indicate the trip details.
  • Evidence of Family Members Remaining in Home Country such as Marriage Certificate, Family Registration Document
  • Proof of Ties to the Home Country such as ownership of immovable property


  1. USA Business Visit Visa

The US, besides being a popular tourist destination and a place where people want to find jobs, it is also a great place to do business. To visit USA for business purpose individuals must hold the B1 visa which is a non-immigrant US visa that permits visitors to conduct their business activities in the USA under the rules and regulations of the country.

B1 visa holders can engage in the following activities:

  • Negotiate contracts.
  • Consult with business associates in the US.
  • Settle estates.
  • Attend conferences, educational, professional, or business events.

The benefit of the B1 visa is that you can develop business relationships and visit the US as many times as necessary for business. After your visa expires, you can always apply for another one. The US business visas do not have a cap so there are no rules as to how many visas can be issued per year.

The US has created the US visitor visas to cover business and touristic purposes. Different from the B1 visa, the B2 visa allows you to enter the US with the purpose of tourism, pleasure, or visit friends and family.

Eligibility Criteria

The US business visa eligibility criteria are not as strict as other visas, but you must fulfill them in order to qualify. To be eligible for a business visa USA, you must meet these eligibility criteria:

  • That your intent for visiting is business related
  • You have enough finances to cover your stay in the US
  • You intend to return to your home country as soon as your visa expires and you do not intend to stay in the US

If you meet these criteria and can prove your eligibility through valid documents in the application phase, then you will be able to apply and get the B1 visa.

Steps to Follow for B1 Visa

  • Complete Form DS-160.
  • Pay the visa fees.
  • Schedule your visa interview.
  • Prepare your B1 visa documents file.
  • Attend the interview.

Prepare your B1 visa documents file

Your B1 visa application must contain the following additional documents:

  • The Form DS-160 confirmation page and code.
  • Your valid passport. You must possess a passport which is six months valid beyond your planned stay in the US.
  • Details of your social media accounts. A list of the social media that you use, and the nameof your account in each.
  • The interview confirmation page.
  • A photo that complies to the US Visa photo requirements.
  • A letter which describes the purpose of your trip.
  • Financial or bank statements to prove you have the finances to stay in the US.
  • Ties to your home country such as family, job contract, lease, or property deed, which prove you will return.
  • Criminal records or letter from authorities stating that you do not have prior convictions.
  • If you have visited the US before, bring documents relevant to your prior visits.
  • If you work, bring a letter from your employer and pay slips for the last three months.
  • A letter from the company detailing the purpose of the trip and your job position.


  1. Germany Business Visit Visa

A Germany Business visa is a short-stay Schengen visa, which permits its holder to enter and remain in Germany up to 90 days within 6 months unless, it is not specified differently in the visa sticker. It is issued to people who come to Germany to perform business making, attend meetings, sign contracts, etc.

Germany Business Visa Requirements

There is a number of requirements not only for German business visa, but for all types of German visas, which you will have to meet one by one, in order to be able to obtain a visa that allows you to enter the country.

The list of required documents for Business visa to Germany are as following:

  • Short-stay visa application form –fully completed with correct and honest information that complies with the information given in the other documents. The form should be printed twice and each copy must be signed at the end. You can fill and download the form here.
  • Declaration of Accuracy of Information
  • Two identical photographs – no older than three months, and according to the set standards that must be strictly met.
  • Valid national passport – no older than 10 years, with a validity of three months beyond your planned stay in Germany and the whole Schengen Zone, at least one blank page in order to be able to affix visa sticker, and in accordance with the other passport requirements.
  • One copy of your passport’s data page (A4 size copy)
  • Travel Health Insurance – a document that confirms you have obtained health insurance, which will cover costs of at least 30,000 Euros in case of an accident or illness and repatriation in case of death. The insurance must cover the whole Schengen territory and not only Germany.
  • Flight Itinerary – which include flight reservation, rail tickets or other means of transport which you are planning to use to reach Germany. You can use the visa consultation services like this one or find one online.
  • Proof of accommodation for your entire stay in the Schengen area – which could be a hotel booking (with details including the address, phone number and email of the hotel) or a letter of invitation by a host residing in Germany that confirms they are willing to take you in for the whole period of your stay in Germany and that they have enough room for you in their home.
  • Proof of civil status: Marriage certificate, birth certificate of children, death certificate of spouse, if applicable
  • Proof of financial status:
  • If employed: Pay slips of the past three months / employment contract
  • If self-employed: Certificate of Proprietorship or other proof of ownership (proof of land title, proof of income from agriculture (sales form) etc.
  • Your company bank statements from the previous three months
  • Business references
  • Invitation letter from the business partner in Germany in English or German (For consultancy services: please provide a confirmation letter from the German client) mentioning the invitee details, the dates and purpose of the trip with detailed schedule of the business meetings or trainings (day to day schedule)
  • Detailed schedule of your business meetings (ONLY for stays over 30 days)
  • Company covering letter with entire travel plan (itinerary) mentioning your position, duration of your service, the dates and purpose of the trip and if your expenses are being covered by the employer or not.
  • Certificate of Incorporation of the company


Steps to Follow for German Business Visa


  • Step 1 – Prepare your visa application
  • Step 2 – Make an appointment
  • Step 3 – Go to the Application Center
  • Step 4 – Visa application submission
  1. Canada Business Visit Visa

If you want to visit Canada on business, you’ll need to understand what a business visitor is, what you can do as a business visitor, and what you’ll need to do and bring to enter Canada.

Business Visitor

You’re a business visitor if you:

  • come to take part in international business activities without being part of the Canadian labour market
  • are visiting Canada temporarily to look for ways to grow your business, invest or advance your business relationship

To qualify as a business visitor to Canada, you must show that:

  • you plan to stay for less than 6 months
  • you don’t plan to enter the Canadian labor market
  • your main place of business and source of income and profits is outside Canada
  • you have documents that support your application
  • you meet Canada’s basic entry requirements, because you
    • have a valid travel document, such as a passport
    • have enough money for your stay and to return home
    • plan to leave Canada at the end of your visit
    • are not a criminal, security or health risk to Canadians

Activities of a Business Visitor

Activities you may conduct as a business visitor include:

  • buying Canadian goods or services for a foreign business or government
  • taking orders for goods or services
  • going to meetings, conferences, conventions or trade fairs
  • giving after-sales service (managing, not doing hands-on labour)
  • being trained by a Canadian parent company that you work for outside Canada
  • training employees of a Canadian branch of a foreign company
  • being trained by a Canadian company that has sold you equipment or services


  1. Australia Business Visit Visa

The Australian Business Visa Program encourages successful business owners, investors and senior executives to settle in Australia while developing new or existing opportunities in Australian business.

There are 2 pathways for Business Skills entry to Australia:

  • As a Provisional Visa holder with eligibility for permanent residence after establishing a business in Australia; or
  • Direct Permanent Residence for high caliber business applicants sponsored by a State/Territory government.

Business migrants taking the first pathway must undergo a 2-stage progression to obtain residency. As such, visa holders are first granted a Business Skills (Provisional) Visa for 4 years and, after establishing the requisite level of business or maintaining their suitable investment, will be eligible to make an application for a Business Skills (Residence) Visa.

The second pathway leading to direct permanent residence is only open to high-calibre business migrants sponsored by a State/Territory government. This category is known as the Business Talent Visa (see below).


The Business Skills Program is divided into 4 categories:

  • Business Owner category for owners or part-owners of a business;
  • Senior Executive category for senior executive employees of major businesses;
  • Investor category for investors/business people willing to invest in Australia; and
  • Business Talent category for high-calibre business people who have sponsorship from a State/Territory government.

All applicants for Business Skills (Provisional) and Business Talent (Migrant) Visas are required to sign a declaration agreeing to meet certain requirements of their visa after arrival in Australia, including:

  • They must notify the Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) of their residential address within 6 months after initial entry in Australia; and
  • They must continue to notify DIBP of any subsequent changes to their residential address within 28 days of a change of address (including any residential address outside Australia).

There are also additional onshore requirements and obligations for the following visa holders:

  • Business Owner;
  • State/Territory Sponsored Business Owner;
  • Senior Executive Visa holders; and
  • State/Territory Sponsored Senior Executive Visa holders.

The business must do at least one of the following:

  • Develop business links with international markets;
  • Create or maintain employment in Australia;
  • Export Australian goods or services;
  • Produce goods or services that would otherwise be imported;
  • Introduce new or improved technology; or
  • Add to commercial activity and competitiveness within sectors of the Australian economy.
  1. UK Family Visit Visa

You can apply for a Family Visitor visa if

  • you are visiting a family member in the UK
  • you are from outside the European Economic Area (EEA)and Switzerland
  • you meet the other eligibility requirements

You should get a decision on your visa within 3 weeks. You can stay in the UK for 6 months on a Family Visitor visa.

Long-term Family Visitor visa

You can also apply for a long-term visit visa if you can prove you need to make repeat visits over a longer period. You can stay for a maximum of 6 months on each visit and your visa can last for 1, 2, 5 or 10 years.


You must prove that you:

  • are 18 or over
  • are visiting the UK for less than 6 months
  • will leave the UK at the end of your visit
  • have enough money to support yourself without working or help from public funds, or that relatives and friends can support and house you
  • can pay for your return or onward journey
  • are not in transit to a country outside the UK, Ireland, Isle of Man and the Channel Islands

Your family in the UK

You must be able to show that you’re visiting one of the following family members in the UK:

  • spouse or civil partner
  • children
  • parents or siblings
  • grandparents or grandchildren
  • your spouse’s or civil partner’s siblings or parents
  • your child’s spouse or civil partner
  • step parents, step children or step siblings
  • a person you’ve been living with in a long-term relationship, as if you were married or in a civil partnership, for at least 2 years before the day you apply
  • Your family member must also be one of the following:
  • a British citizen
  • settled in the UK
  • granted asylum in the UK
  • under humanitarian protection in the UK

Required documentation

  • your passport
  • proof of your relationship, e.g. a birth or marriage certificate
  • a letter from your partner or family in the UK declaring that they are travelling with you or that you are coming to stay with them in the UK
  • your partner or family member’s passport or ID card
  • You must provide proof that you are financially dependent on your family member in the UK if you are applying as their dependent extended family member.

Child visitor visa

  • You can apply for a Child Visitor visa if you want to come to the UK and:
  • you are under 18
  • you are from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland
  • you meet the other eligibility requirements

You can apply for a visa up to 3 months before your date of travel to the UK. You can only stay in the UK for a maximum of 6 months, or 12 months if you’re travelling with an academic visitor, e.g. a teacher or researcher.


2. USA Family Visit Visa

The Immigration and Nationality Act allows for the immigration of foreigners to the United States based on a relationship to a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident. There are two groups of family based immigrant visa categories: Immediate Relative Immigrant visas and Family Preference Immigrant visas.

Visa types:

Immediate Relative Immigrant visas are based on a close family relationship with a United States (U.S.) citizen described as an Immediate Relative (IR). The number of immigrants in these categories is not limited each fiscal year. Immediate relative visa types include:

  • IR-1: Spouse of a U.S. citizen;
  • IR-2: Unmarried chuld under 21 years of age of a U.S. citizen;
  • IR-3: Orphan adopted abroad by a U.S. citizen;
  • IR-4: Orphan to be adopted in the U.S. by a U.S. citizen;
  • IR-5: Parent of a U.S. citizen who is at least 21 years old.

Family Preference Immigrant visas are for specific, more distant, family relationships with a U.S. citizen and some specified relationships with a Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR). There are fiscal year numerical limitations on family preference immigrants, shown at the end of each category. The family preference categories are:

  • Family First Preference (F1): Unmarried sons and daughters of U.S. citizens, and their minor children, if any. (23,400)
  • Family Second Preference (F2): Spouses, minor children, and unmarried sons and daughters (age 21 and over) of LPRs. At least seventy-seven percent of all visas available for this category will go to the spouses and children; the remainder is allocated to unmarried sons and daughters. (114,200)
  • Family Third Preference (F3): Married sons and daughters of U.S. citizens, and their spouses and minor children. (23,400)
  • Family Fourth Preference (F4): Brothers and sisters of U.S. citizens, and their spouses and minor children, provided the U.S. citizens are at least 21 years of age. (65,000)

Whenever the number of qualified applicants for a category exceeds the available immigrant visas, there will be an immigration wait. In this situation, the available immigrant visas will be issued in the chronological order in which the petitions were filed using their priority date.

Grandparents, aunts, uncles, in-laws, and cousins cannot sponsor a relative for immigration.


Documentation process

As the first step, a sponsoring relative must file a Petition for Alien Relative, Form I-130 with the Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).


After USCIS approves the petition, it is sent to the National Visa Center (NVC). Once received, the NVC will assign a case number for the petition. For family preference immigrant visa cases, when an applicant’s priority date meets the most recent qualifying date, the NVC will instruct the applicant to complete Form DS-261, Choice of Address and Agent. The NVC will begin pre-processing the applicant’s case by providing the applicant and petitioner with instructions to submit the appropriate fees.

After the appropriate fees are paid, the NVC will request that the applicant submit the necessary immigrant visa documents, including the Affidavit of Support, application forms, civil documents, and more.


Required documentation


  • Passport(s) valid for 60 days beyond the expiration date printed on the immigrant visa.
  • Affidavit of Support (Form I-864, I-864A, I-864 EZ, or I-864W, as appropriate) from the petitioner/U.S. sponsor.
  • Form DS-260, Immigrant Visa and Alien Registration Application.
  • Two (2) 2×2 photographs.
  • Civil Documents for the applicant (and petitioner in IR-5 and F4 cases).
  • Completed Medical Examination Forms.

Interview and processing time

Once the NVC determines the file is complete with all the required documents, they schedule the applicant’s interview appointment. NVC then sends the file, containing the applicant’s petition and the documents listed above, to the U.S. Embassy or Consulate where the applicant will be interviewed for a visa.

Each applicant should bring a valid passport to the interview, as well as any other documentation above not already provided to NVC. A consular officer will interview the applicant, and the consular officer will determine whether the applicant is eligible to receive an immigrant visa in accordance with U.S. immigration law.

Family preference immigrant visa cases take additional time because they are in numerically limited visa categories. The length of time varies from case to case and cannot be predicted for individual cases with any accuracy.


 3. German Family Visit Visa

German Family Visit Visa is known as German Family Reunion Visa. Third country nationals legally residing in Germany often can bring over their non-German family members who reside outside the European Union, whether to remain there temporarily or permanently.

If a national of the European Union, the European Economic Area or the European Free Trade Association wished to join their family members, spouse or relative in Germany, all they have to do is to be able to financially maintain themselves. They can work without the need to obtain a work permit or a residence permit.

On the other hand, third country nationals will have to obtain a Family Reunion visa, which is a long-stay visa that can later be extended to a residence permit.


Eligible Applicants for a German Family Reunion Visa

In order for one to be able to obtain the National Family Reunion Visa, whether a marriage visa, fiance visa, spouse visa or for other family members, he or she must be a relative of the resident in Germany, as well as to fulfill some other eligibility criteria. Whereas the main criterion for the German resident is that, he or she must be able to financially sponsor their third-world country relative.

Following we have listed the categories of family members that can apply to join their family member in Germany:

  • Spouse (husband/wife), registered partner of a foreigner residing in Germany
  • He / She must be over 18 and must learn some Basic German
  • Children of a third-country nationals in Germany
  • The requirements of such visa may change depending on the age of the children.
  • Parents of legal resident in Germany
  • Other relatives of a foreigner residing in Germany
  • Usually these visas are harder to obtain, and are usually issued mostly with the purpose of preventing some kind of hardship.


Germany Family Reunion Visa Requirements

In order to get the visa, you will have to submit some documents at the Germany embassy or consulate that is the closest to your home. Generally required documents for a German visa are as following:

  • Applicant’s passport – valid for at least three more months beyond the period of stay applied for, and no older than 10 years
  • Two application forms – duly completed with honest and correct information
  • Two completed and signed notification / explanation forms
  • Two recent biometric photos – according to the standards set by the ICAO
  • Travel booking – which is a booked ticket from your home country to Germany
  • Travel Health Insurance for Germany – which covers applicant’s stay in the whole territory of Germany
  • Proof of financial means- that usually should be submitted by the person residing in Germany, showing he or she can financially support the immigrating family member. However, if the third-country resident has enough funds to support himself/herself then she or he can submit documents, which show that.
  • Invitation letter – from the family member who is residing in Germany, confirming they have room for the person wishing to join them

Required documents for German family reunification visa:

  • Proof of accommodation – that shows the resident in Germany has enough space at their home in Germany for the applicant
  • Proof of German language skills at least level A1 of the applicant
  • Spouse / registered partner:
  • a registration or marriage certificate attested by a foreign officer, translated into German and legalized by the Germany embassy
  • if the spouse is of German nationality, then a copy of the German spouse’s passport and identity card must be submitted
  • if the spouse is a non-German residing in Germany, proof of legal residence and their passport must be submitted


  • Children:
  • birth certificate
  • proof of child’s nationality
  • proof of the right of care and custody of the parent residing in Germany

 4. Canada Family Visit Visa

In order to meet your family members residing in Canada, you must apply for Temporary Resident Visa. Such visa holders are deemed as persons who are not Canadian citizens or permanent residents of Canada, and are legally authorized to enter Canada. Anyone who visits Canada from a temporary resident visa-required country must initially apply from outside the country. A friend or family member must apply to the Canadian visa office responsible for his or her country or region. A visa officer will review the application and decide whether to issue a visa. One may provide a family member or friend a letter of invitation in support of their application.

Requirements for the Temporary Resident Visa

  • You must show the immigration officer that you meet the requirements of the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA) and the Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations, and that you will be in Canada for a temporary stay.
  • You must satisfy an officer that you will leave Canada at the end of your stay, show that you have enough money to maintain yourself and your family members in Canada and to return home, not intend to work or study in Canada unless authorized to do so, be law abiding and have no record of criminal activity, not be a risk to the security of Canada, provide any additional document requested by the officer to establish your admissibility, and be in good health (complete a medical examination if required).

Your family members include your spouse or common-law partner, your dependent children and any children that are their dependent children.*

*Refers to the children of the applicant and those of the spouse or common-law partner, if applicable. The child must be:

  • under the age of 19 and not have a spouse or common-law partner, or
  • 19 years of age or older and unable to be financially self-sufficient since before the age of 19 due to a physical or mental condition.



You must meet some basic requirements to get a visitor visa. You must:

  • have a valid travel document, like a passport
  • be in good health
  • have no criminal or immigration-related convictions
  • convince an immigration officer that you have ties—such as a job, home, financial assets or family—that will take you back to your home country
  • convince an immigration officer that you will leave Canada at the end of your visit
  • have enough money for your stay
  • The amount of money you will need depends on how long you will stay and if you will stay in a hotel, or with friends or relatives.

You may also need a medical exam and letter of invitation from someone who lives in Canada.


Longevity of the Stay in Canada

Most visitors can stay for up to 6 months in Canada. At the port of entry, the border services officer may allow you to stay for less or more than 6 months. If so, they’ll put the date you need to leave by in your passport. They might also give you a document. If you don’t get a stamp in your passport, you can stay for 6 months from the day you entered Canada or until your passport expires, whichever comes first. If you need a stamp, you can ask a border services officer for one. If you arrive at an airport that uses primary inspection kiosks, ask the border officer after you finish at the kiosk. If you want to stay longer than your authorized stay, you should apply for an extension at least 30 days before the authorized end of your stay.


 5. Australia Family Visit Visa

To visit your family members in Australia you are required to have Visitor Visa (Subclass 600). This visa stream lets people who are sponsored, usually by a family member, come to Australia to visit their family members. In order to ensure that you get your visa you must have a sponsor and have the intention to visit Australia as a visitor only.


  • You must fulfil the health requirements set by Australian Home affairs.
  • You have to meet the character requirements too. Australia does not allow people having previous criminal and violence record to visit their land.
  • You must pay your debts to the Australian Government. If you or any family members (including those who don’t apply for the visa with you) owe the Australian government money, you or they must have paid it back or arranged to pay it back.
  • You must have, or have access to, enough money to support yourself while you are in Australia.
  • You must only intend to stay temporarily in Australia and obey any condition and stay period attached to your visa
  • You must have a sponsor. Your sponsor can be either a family member in Australia or an Australian government official.


The following condition(s) might be attached to this visa:

  • No work
  • Maximum 3 months study
  • No further stay
  • Must leave before visa expiry


  1. Italy Family Visit Visa

The family re-union visa allows entrance in Italy to a relative (spouse, children under 18, or dependent parents) of a non-EU citizen holding a regular Italian Permit of stay. In this case you need a “nullaosta” (entry clearance) issued no more than 6 months earlier by the competent “SportelloUnico” (Unified Immigration Desk).

All documents must be presented in original and photocopy (included photocopy of passport and relevant pages, green card, driving license, I-20, Advanced Parole etc.)


Applicants should provide:

  1. Long term Visa Application form duly filled in and signed at the Consulate. You must appear in person;
  2. Recent passport-style photo (3,5 cm x 4,5 cm or 1”3/8 x 1”3/4, full front and white background);
  3. Passport or travel document valid three months over the applicant’s planned stay in Italy. The passport will be kept and returned with the visa, if approved.

Visa fee paid for with the exact amount either in cash, credit, debit card or with a money order payable to the Consulate General of Italy.

For non US citizens: Alien Registration Card or a valid US INS visa and letter from US government letters i.e. Advanced Parole, IAP66, I20 and copies (any visa except B1-B2);

Moreover for non-US citizens, proof of residence such as driving license or State Income tax.

  1. Copy of the EU or European Economic Area citizen’s identity document or passport along with a declaration requesting the presence of the family member in Italy and swearing to be in possession of the requisites foreseen by the law;
  2. Administrative documentation (marriage certificate, birth certificate, etc.) attesting to the familial relationship. Proof of relationship (birth certificates for children or marriage certificate for spouse). Foreigners applying for permanent residency in Italy through marriage to an Italian citizen must register their marriage at the competent Italian Consulate prior to applying for the visa;
  3. In the case of minor children, written permission from the child’s other parent for visa to be issued.

This consular administration has full authority to evaluate and request additional documentation, if deemed necessary, in addition to what is submitted. Furthermore, the applicant is hereby informed that submitting all required documentation does NOT guarantee the issuance of any particular visa.

Note that incomplete documentation will not be accepted.


Foreigners must report to the ‘Questura’ of the city where they are residing in, to obtain a ‘Permesso di Soggiorno’ (Stay Permit), within one week from entry into Italy. To obtain an extension of the ‘Permesso di Soggiorno’, the foreigner must file an application with the ‘Questura’ before the expiration of the original stay permit.

Other than these listed countries we also process Family Visit Visas for the following countries:

  • Sweden
  • Netherlands
  • Norway
  • Denmark
  • Finland
  1. UK General Visit/Tourist Visa

With the general visitor visa you are permitted to stay in the UK for up to 6 months. There is also an option to apply for a long-term visitor visa, but you will need to prove that it is essential for you to travel to the UK frequently during a longer period of time. You can apply for a 1, 2, 5 or 10 year long-term visitor visa and you will be permitted to stay a length of 6 months each trip.

However, during the stay you are not allowed:

  • to apply for public funds during your stay
  • to register a civil partnership, marry or give notice of a marriage or civil partnership
  • to get private medical care
  • to perform unpaid or paid work during your visit
  • to live in the UK for long periods of time by applying for frequent visa and visits




Length of time for application

It should take no longer than 3 weeks for you to get a decision on you visa. However, you are permitted to apply for this visa up to 3 months prior to your scheduled travel date.

Documents needed

When applying you’ll need:

  • 2 passport sized photos
  • a valid travel document (passport or other travel ID)
  • an address or details of where you plan to live during your stay, along with a travel itinerary
  • proof that you are able to financially support yourself during your trip (bank statements, payslips etc.)

Please note: You will need a blank page in your passport for the visa to be added.


  1. USA General Visit/Tourist Visa

Generally, a citizen of a foreign country who wishes to enter the United States must first obtain a visa, either a nonimmigrant visa for a temporary stay, or an immigrant visa for permanent residence. Persons who want to enter the United States temporarily for tourism fall under visa category B-2. The first requirement for Tourism Visa is to fill out the DS-160 form.

The DS-160, Online Nonimmigrant Visa Application form, is for temporary travel to the United States, and for K (fiancé(e)) visas. Form DS-160 is submitted electronically to the Department of State website via the Internet. Consular Officers use the information entered on the DS-160 to process the visa application and, combined with a personal interview, determine an applicant’s eligibility for a nonimmigrant visa.

Visa applicants must submit a completed DS-160, Online Nonimmigrant Visa Application for all nonimmigrant visa categories, including applicants applying for K visas. (Note:  For K visa cases in process at a U.S. Embassy or Consulate prior to October 7, 2013, review the limited exceptions explained in the FAQs below.)

Important Notice: After you have completed the DS-160, you must take these next steps below:


  • Print and keep the DS-160 barcode page. (You will not need to print the full application.)
  • You must schedule a visa interview appointment. (The U.S. Embassy or Consulate does not schedule an appointment for you.) Visit the U.S. Embassy or Consulate website where you will be interviewed for country-specific instructions.;
  • Pay the visa application processing fee. Review country-specific instructions on the U.S. Embassy or Consulate website.

Documents Required to Be Submitted

You should have the following documents available while you complete your DS-160:


  • Passport
  • Travel itinerary, if you have already made travel arrangements.
  • Dates of your last five visits or trips to the United States, if you have previously travelled to the United States. You may also be asked for your international travel history for the past five years.
  • Résumé or Curriculum Vitae – You may be required to provide information about your current and previous education and work history.
  • Other Information – Some applicants, depending on the intended purpose of travel, will be asked to provide additional information when completing the DS-160.

Some applicants will need to have additional information and documents handy while completing the DS-160:


  • Students and Exchange Visitors (F, J, and M): You will be asked to provide your SEVIS ID, which is printed on your I-20 or DS-2019, so you should have this form available when completing your DS-160. You also will be asked to provide the address of the school/program at which you intend to study. This information should also be on your I-20 or DS-2019 form.
  • Petition-based Temporary Workers (H-1B, H-2, H-3, CW1, L, O, P, R, E2C): You should have a copy of your I-129 available when completing your DS-160.
  • Other Temporary Workers: You will be asked for information about your employer, including the employer’s address, while completing your DS-160.


  1. German General Visit/Tourist Visa

Travelling to Germany has never been more organized and stress-free no matter what the purpose of your travel is. Due to Schengen Agreement reached in 1985, the citizens of the Schengen member states can travel visa free throughout the whole territory. On the other hand, nationals of non-Schengen countries are permitted to enter the whole area with one unified document known as the Schengen Visa.

German government offers Tourist & Visitor Visa for people who wish to enter Germany with the purpose of visiting friends or relatives, or to just sightsee and experience the country and its culture. The visa the visitors get for such purposes is called Schengen Tourism / Visitor Visa.

A Schengen Tourism / Visitor visa to Germany is a visa established by the Schengen states, which gives the opportunity to its holder to visit not only Germany, but also all of the 26 Schengen member countries. It is issued in the form of a sticker affixed to the passport of the traveler.

The Schengen visa for tourism purposes or visiting friends and family members, limits you to only traveling and sightseeing throughout the Schengen area.



Steps to obtain a German Tourist/Visitor Visa

In order to get a German Tourist/Visitor visa, you will have to follow the application process steps listed below:

  • Collect the required documents. See the list below!
  • Figure out where you need to apply. This could be the German embassy / consulate / visa center in your home country
  • Appoint an interview. You may appoint it online or in person at the German consulate / embassy.
  • Pay the visa fee.
  • Attend the interview. The interview may last around 20 minutes, during which the visa consular will ask you questions about your trip and will require your documents.
  • Wait for a response on you application.


Required Documents:

The required documents for a Schengen Tourist / Visitor Visa to Germany are as following:

  • Application form completed in English or German. The form should be fully, honestly and correctly completed, printed and signed at the end.
  • Declaration of Accuracy of Information
  • Passport size photographs. Please note that these photos should be identical and fulfil the visa photo requirements as set by the Schengen states.
  • Valid national passport. The passport should be no older than 10 years, and have at least one blank page in order to be able to affix visa sticker on it, and fulfill the other passport requirements.
  • Personal bank statements for the last three months
  • Schengen Travel Insurance. You should submit a confirmation letter from your health insurance stating coverage for emergency medical treatment with a minimum of €30,000.
  • Proof of accommodation. This can be a hotel booking for your whole stay in the Schengen region, or a letter of invitation by a family member or friend residing in the any or the Schengen countries.
  • Proof of flight reservation. You can use the visa consultation services like this one or find one online.
  • Proof of financial means. This could be:
  • A bank statement not older than three months or
  • A letter of sponsorship by another person – Declaration of Commitment “Verpflichtungserklärungen”.
  • Leave letter of your company (if employed)
  • No-objection certificate.
  • If you are a student, your school or university should issue this certificate to you.
  • If you are an employee, your employer or the company where you work at should issue this letter to you.
  • If you are not a student and you do not work either, this certificate is not required.
  • A Cover Letter. This personal cover letter should explain the reason why you wish to visit Germany, how long you intend to remain there, and what you will be doing there, amongst others.
  • Invitation Letter. A letter of invitation from the person the applicant is visiting in Germany, which may take the form of sponsorship or private accommodation. The invitation letter should also include the address, period of stay and contact details of the host.
  • Proof of civil status. That could be a marriage certificate, birth certificate of children, death certificate of spouse, ration card (if applicable), etc.
  • Your driver’s license and/or utility bill in your name. This is required as proof of residence in the consular where you plan to apply for the visa
  • For minors:
  • If travelling unaccompanied by parent(s), consent letter signed by both parents
  • Form signed by both parents
  • Copy of the parent(s)’ passports data page


  1. Canada General Visit/Tourist Visa

Most travellers to Canada will need an entry document in addition to a valid passport to get into Canada. If you are staying only a short time, you will likely need either a visitor’s visa or an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) to enter Canada depending on which country you are from.

Canada does not pay for hospital or medical services for visitors. It is a good idea to make sure you have basic travel health insurance to pay your medical costs before you leave for Canada.

When you apply for a single-entry visitor’s visa, you will automatically be considered for a multiple-entry visa. These visas are valid for 10 years. You can only stay in Canada for up to 6 months at a time.

The Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA) is valid up to five years, or when your passport expires, whichever happens first. You can only stay in Canada for up to 6 months at a time.

The Parent and Grandparent Super Visa is also a multiple-entry visa that is valid for 10 years. It allows parents and grandparents to stay in Canada for up to 2 years at a time.


If you are planning a visit to Canada, the first thing you should know is to dress for the weather! It’s all about layers in this country. Aside from the appropriate attire, upon arrival in Canada visitors may require a Temporary Resident Visa (TRV), often called a Visitor’s Visa. Visitors from certain countries (such as the United States or Mexico) are visa exempt, while others must apply for a TRV at a Canadian mission prior to entering Canada.

To successfully obtain a TRV, you must:

  • be in possession of a valid travel document such as a passport;
  • satisfy a visa or immigration officer that you have sufficient ties to your country of nationality so that the officer will be convinced that you will leave Canada at the end of your visit;
  • show that you have enough money to support yourself while in Canada; and
  • leave at the end of your visit.

A TRV issued overseas can either be issued on a single-entry or multiple-entry basis, depending on the nature of your visit. The maximum validity for a multiple entry visa is five years. You should also make sure that your passport is valid for at least six-months before making plans to visit Canada.


  1. Australia General Visit/Tourist Visa

To go for a visit in Australia one needs the Visitor Visa (subclass 600).This visa allows people to visit Australia for a holiday or recreation, or to visit family and friends. This visa may also be used for other short-term non-work purposes including study for less than three months.

Conditions to apply for Visitor Visa (subclass 600)

  • If you are in Australia, your application must be made in Australia. If you apply for this visa in Australia, you must be in Australia to be granted the visa.
  • If you are outside Australia, your application must be made outside Australia. If you apply for this visa outside Australia, you must be outside Australia to be granted the visa.

Longer Tourist visas for parents of Australians from 24 November 2012, parents of Australian citizens and permanent residents will be able to apply for Tourist visas to visit Australia for longer.Certain tourists are also eligible to apply for an Electronic Travel Authority (ETA) or an e-Visitor.


  1. UK Medical Treatment Visa

People expecting a better treatment in the UK may visit the land showing proper evidence of the disease and of need such treatment. The UK provides Private Medical Treatment Visit Visa for patients, which is designed for non-EEA nationals who wish to come to the UK for the purpose of receiving private medical treatment.

Requirements for a Private Medical Treatment Visit Visa

In order to be granted a Private Medical Treatment Visit Visa, you will need to satisfy UK Visas and Immigration that you are a genuine visitor. This means that you:

  • Will leave the UK at the end of your visit;
  • Will not live in the UK for extended periods through frequent or successive visits, or make the UK your main home;
  • Are genuinely seeking entry for a purpose that is permitted by the visitor routes and will not undertake any prohibited activities;
  • Have sufficient funds to cover all reasonable costs in relation to your visit without working or accessing public funds

In addition:

  • You must have arranged your private medical treatment before you travel to the UK;
  • Provide a letter from your doctor or consultant detailing the medical condition requiring consultation or treatment, the estimated costs, likely duration of any treatment (which must be of a finite duration) and where the consultation or treatment will take place.

If you are suffering from a communicable disease, you must have also satisfied the medical inspector that you are not a danger to public health.

If you are applying for an 11 month visit visa for the purposes of private medical treatment you must also provide evidence from your medical practitioner in the UK that the proposed treatment is likely to exceed 6 months but not more than 11 months and if required, provide a valid TB certificate.

Additional requirements apply if you are coming to the UK to donate an organ.


  1. USA Medical Treatment Visa

If you want to travel to the U.S. for medical reasons you must apply for a B-2 tourist visa at your local U.S. embassy or consulate. You will need to show that this treatment is medically necessary and unavailable in your home country, as well as prove that that you can afford to pay the often extremely high costs of U.S. healthcare.

Things Show to Obtain a B-2 Visa

In order to qualify for a B-2 visa for the purposes of treatment by a U.S. physician, you will need to show U.S. immigration authorities that you plan to make a brief and temporary visit to the U.S. for necessary medical attention that is unavailable in your home country. You will need to provide evidence that you:


  • are traveling to the U.S. solely to receive medical treatment
  • plan to stay for a temporary and specified period of time that is corroborated by a letter from your treating physician
  • have a permanent residence outside the United States as well as other binding ties (such as family and a permanent job) that will demonstrate that you intend to return home
  • have a valid, unexpired passport enabling to you to return to your home country at the end of your visit
  • have the financial means to pay for your travel and personal expenses during your U.S. stay, and
  • have the financial means to pay for the costs of your medical treatment.

When you visit the U.S. consulate to request the visa, you will have only a short time in which to convince the consular officer that you deserve it, and are not just seeking a way into the U.S. to stay permanently. That’s why having written documentation to support your request is crucial.

Additional Requirements:

  1. B-2 travelers seeking medical treatment must provide U.S. officials with a letter demonstrating their need for U.S. medical treatment. Ideally you will provide a letter from your local treating physician (on official letterhead) describing:
  • the nature of your illness or ailment
  • the diagnosis and your recommended treatment
  • the reason why this treatment is unavailable in your home country (for example, the poor quality of hospitals and medical equipment or unavailability of health services related to your condition), and
  • the doctor’s recommendation that you seek U.S. medical care.

You must also provide a letter from a healthcare professional in the U.S. who is willing to treat you.

  1. You May Be Examined by a Physician at the U.S. Embassy or Consulate
  2. You May Be Inadmissible for Certain Health-Related Grounds.


  1. Germany Medical Treatment Visa

The German healthcare system is among the best in the world. Over two thousand hospitals and clinics in Germany offer the full range of up to date treatments. The government strictly supervises each of them regarding hygiene, safety, quality and prices.

That is why a large number of people from abroad enter Germany every year seeking better medical treatment for their health condition.

Many of these patients may need a visa to enter Germany. Those who need less than three months to receive their medical treatment, can enter Germany with a Short Term Medical Treatment. Whereas, those that need to remain in Germany for a period longer than three months to receive their treatment, should apply for a German long stay Medical Treatment Visa.

Germany Medical Visa Requirements

If you are considering Germany for medical treatment for your health condition, then you should follow some procedures before applying for a visa. Find these procedures listed below step by step:


  • Find the hospital or clinic you want to be treated at, and contact them.
  • Send them the medical diagnosis from the doctor in your country of residence and every other document you have regarding your condition. The medical team of the hospital you have contacted might ask you for some extra documents regarding your health condition. Take care to provide them all.
  • If they agree to treat your medical condition, they will come up with a treatment plan and provide an estimated cost of treatment.
  • After you establish the method of payment, the hospital / clinic will send you a letter of invitation. Only then, you can start your visa application.

Required Documents

As per every other visa, you are required to submit several documents to the German embassy/consulate in your country of residence. The required documents for a Germany Long-Stay Medical visa are as follows:

  • Personal covering letter with entire travel plan (itinerary).
  • Leave letter of your company (if employed).
  • Confirmation that specific medical treatment is needed. A certificate from a medical doctor from your home country or elsewhere confirming the need of specific medical treatment, which can be provided in Germany.
  • Medical treatment appointment confirmation. A certificate from a medical doctor in Germany confirming that the necessary treatment can be provided and an appointment has been made.
  • Proof of advance payment of the treatment / financial arrangements with the medical doctor in Germany.
  • Correspondence between the sending medical doctor and the receiving medical doctor.

Steps to Obtain German Medical Visa

  • Fill-in the application form online.
  • Collect the required documents for a Germany Medical Visa, as given above.
  • Make an appointment through the website of the German mission in your country, embassy or consulate. It is recommended to apply for a visa at least 3 weeks before your scheduled trip in order to avoid any processing delays.
  • Attend the interview. On the day of your appointment, show there on time with all of the required documents arranged in order.
  • Pay the visa fee.


  1. Canada Medical Treatment Visa

It is possible to get medical treatment in Canada.  However, a number of conditions will have to be met. The conditions are as follows:

  • Anyone with a dangerous condition will not be allowed entry into Canada.
  • Any physician and hospital will need to be affiliated with a Canadian institution that will be able to treat the condition.
  • That is, the will have to be recognized by the Canadian authorities.
  • Any patient would not be eligible for Canadian provincial insurance cover.
  • Financing the treatment and the stay in Canada will have to be arranged prior to the visit.
  • You will have to show that you can cover the cost of the treatment.
  • There will also be the need for a Canadian medical examination, prior to any treatment.



  1. SingaporeMedical Treatment Visa

Tiny Singapore is famous for its strict laws and high cleanness standards. The same standards were adopted by the national healthcare system making it a perfect medical destination for patients who value cutting-edge infrastructure, cleanness, professional services, and English-speaking personnel. Yearly, tiny Singapore attracts hundreds of foreigners (mainly from Asian countries such as Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, UAE, and PRC) pursuing high-quality services they cannot get in their native countries.


Entry Requirements for Singapore

Entry requirements are different for various countries. Patients from the U.S., U.K., Australia, Canada, and the European Union don’t need an entry visa to Singapore (foreigners coming from the EU, Norway, Switzerland, South Korea, and the U.S. are eligible for the 90-day stay while other countries get the entry permit only for 30 days). Another 39 countries that need a visa to Singapore are divided into 2 groups:


Level 1 (need only an electronic visa which can be obtained online): Commonwealth of Independent States (Russia, Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia, and so on), India, China, Turkmenistan, and others.

Level 2 (need a full visa): African countries (Algeria, Nigeria, Tunisia, Egypt etc.) and Near East Asian countries (Iran, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Libya etc.).

Apart from the visa, other mandatory requirements for foreigners visiting Singapore are:

  • passport with validity of no less than 6 months;
  • return ticket;
  • sufficient funds for the declared stay in Singapore and the treatment itself;
  • sufficient proof of having ties to your home country (a family or a job).

The passport control in Singapore is very scrupulous and arrival isn’t your guarantee or getting the entry permit. If you need help with getting the visa or more details about the entry to Singapore, please feel free to ask our visa consultants.


Treatment can take longer than 30 days provided by the regular entry permit. If the pre-surgery, surgery and post-surgery period exceed 30 days, it is possible to extend legal stay in Singapore by obtaining an additional permit (valid for up to 90 days) in the Singapore Embassy or Consulate in the patient’s home country. If you find out that your treatment requires more time when you are already in Singapore, you can obtain the special permit at the ICA (Immigration and Checkpoints Authority).

If you are looking for the latest and absolutely save healthcare solutions for a reasonable price, consider Singapore as your medical destination. It is a world-class healthcare hub where you can get rid of your pains and sufferings without paying a fortune.