Getting a Visa A visa is a form of permission for a non-citizen to enter, transit or remain in a particular country.
- A visa does not guarantee entry, that decision remains the right of the immigration officials of the country concerned.
- The immigration laws of most countries do not have provision for appeal. Some countries ask visitors to present return tickets and evidence of funds sufficient to cover the intended stay. Others have compulsory currency exchange regulations on entry.
- Some refuse entry to visitors who do not comply with requirements regarding general appearance and clothing, or visitors who are HIV positive.
Please check the link to check if you need a visa and purchasing a visa if needed. Passport validity Many countries require travelers to have at least six months validity remaining on their passports. Immigration authorities may refuse entry if you arrive with less than this. Renew your passport before travel. **We can also offer visa services for China and Vietnam with an additional fee.