Category: Travel

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

5 of the hardest passports to get in the world

It is no doubt that gaining citizenship from a country other than the one you were born in can be quite difficult. The general route to gaining citizenship in most countries is to either marry a citizen of that country or to be a descendant of a citizen from that country. However, some countries with…
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Everything You Need to Know About ETIAS

ETIAS, which stands for European Travel Information and Authorisation, is an online system that permits and tracks visitors from visa-exempt countries to enter the Schengen Zone. This system was inspired by the U.S. Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) currently in place. Because of the unfortunate terrorist attacks happening around the world and the migrant…
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why visa applications get rejected

Visa refused: 9 Common Reasons Why Visas Get Rejected

Applying for a visa has never been easy – it’s nerve-wracking, worrying about your visa denied, no one knows what to expect during the application process and, if you fail to meet the requirements, your visa will be refused. There are many reasons why visa applications get rejected. We have put together a free download…
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Portugal Schengen Visa

Portugal Schengen Visas

You may think that is too early to start to think about holidays, or you are planning your next jaunt of many you have already taken this year for business or pleasure to Portugal, but don’t forget to get for your Portugal Schengen Visas in time. Since 1995, Portugal entered into the EU Country States…
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British Citizenship Passport Applications, Renewals & Naturalisation

Ten Things to Do With a British Passport

British passports are passports dispensed by the United Kingdom to those holding any form of British nationality. A British passport enables the bearer to travel worldwide and serves as proof of citizenship. It also facilitates access to consular assistance from British embassies around the world. Passports are issued using royal entitlement, which is exercised by…
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