We all know that you have to get a visa to travel abroad. At this time, a series of visa problems are coming. Is the visa for the country you want to go to landing? Which countries can I go to with a Schengen visa? How long does it take to get a visa? At this time, you need to know something about visa. After all, visa is the first threshold to go abroad. Only by doing your homework well can you have a more comfortable time
1. How to distinguish the simple categories of visa?
According to the types of visa, it can be divided into diplomatic visa, official visa and ordinary visa. According to the entry and exit reasons, it can be divided into: immigrant visa, non immigrant visa, study visa, tourist visa, work visa, business visa and family visa, etc. According to the entry and exit situation, it can be divided into exit visa, entry visa and transit visa. According to the number of stay can be divided into: one visa, two visa and multiple visa. According to the length of stay can be divided into: long-term visa, short-term visa. A visa that stays more than three months in the visiting country is called a long-term visa, while a visa that stays less than three months is called a short-term visa.
2. What are the types of visa?
Visa is generally divided into six categories according to the nature of entry and exit: exit visa, entry visa, entry and exit visa, re-entry visa and transit visa. According to the entry reasons of visa applicants, some countries (regions) divide the visa into diplomatic visa, official visa, immigrant visa, non immigrant visa, Courtesy visa, tourist visa, work visa, study visa, business visa and family visa. At present, the visa of most countries in the world is divided into diplomatic visa, official visa and ordinary visa. There are four kinds of visa in China: Diplomatic visa, Courtesy visa, official visa and ordinary visa.
3. What is the validity period of a visa?
The validity period of visa is a very important content of visa. All of the world's sovereign countries issued a visa basically marked validity. In other words, there is no valid visa. The period of validity of a visa means that the visa is valid for a certain period of time. If it exceeds this period, the visa will be invalid. Therefore, for the applicants who apply for a certain country (region) visa, they must keep in mind the validity period of the visa after obtaining the visa, and arrive at the destination within the validity period.
4. How many ways can I express the validity of a visa?
There are different ways to express the validity of visa in different countries in the world. In most countries, the visa is expressed as' valid until '. For example, 'valid till' or 'validity', or 'US Eby', etc.; some use 'from & hellip; & hellip; to & hellip;', or 'from & hellip; & hellip; to & hellip;' (English use 'from & hellip; & hellip; to & hellip;','from & hellip;, to & hellip; ','from & hellip; & hellip;', to fill in the year, month and day; some countries use 'valid within x months', English use' with & hellip; &Fill in Arabic numerals in hellip; month (s) ',' & hellip; & hellip; '.
Generally speaking, the visa of a country is valid on any day within 3 months; some means that it must enter and leave the country within 3 months. Therefore, after obtaining the visa, the applicant must ask the official who issued the visa.
5. What is the length of stay for a visa?
The period of stay of a visa refers to the period during which the visa holder is allowed to stay in the country (region) to which he is going. Its expressions on the visa page are as follows:
1. Each stay is XX days, English is' duration of each state & hellip; & hellip; days' or 'duration of each state & hellip; & hellip; days';
2. The period of stay is consistent with the period of validity;
3. Stay for XX days is allowed, English is' with a state of & hellip; & hellip; days'. Fill in the Arabic numerals in the "& hellip; & hellip;".