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A visa is a legal document enabling the bearer to enter a foreign country legally. The bearer’s passport is normally stamped or affixed with the visa.

Types of Visa 

A variety of visas are available, each of which grants the bearer permission to live, work, tour, or study in the country. Here is a list of common types of visas: 

Permanent residency visa

A PR visa, or Permanent Resident Visa, allows you to travel to a nation, stay for a period of time, and then seek for citizenship. In some countries, obtaining a PR visa eventually leads to citizenship.

Visit/tourist visa 

Visit visas are non-immigrant visas that are required if an individual wishes to enter a country temporarily for business, tourism, or transit when traveling by air or ship.

Study visa

Students enrolled in recognized educational institutions in foreign countries are granted a student visa. Non-immigrant visas are available for students. Students who intend to pursue higher education in another nation must apply for a student visa in order to study there.

Work visa

A work visa allows you to travel to another nation and work for a set amount of time. For work permit visas, different nations may have distinct procedures and qualifying requirements. These visas are available in two types: temporary and permanent. A temporary work visa is only valid for a set amount of time and must be renewed if the visa holder wants to extend his stay. In most cases, the employer is the one who applies for a work permit visa. The employer will submit a visa application to the immigration authority of a specific country.

Business visa

Travelers who intend to perform business operations and meetings that are not tied to work in that nation are issued business visas by government officials in that country. A business visa permits the holder to do the following:

  • Participate in meetings.
  • Attend conferences and business events
  • Investigate new business ventures and opportunities

Investor visa

Countries issue investor visas to encourage people with an established business track record and a genuine desire to start a business in another country to invest in their country. This can be a new business endeavor or the purchase of an existing international company.

Immigrant Investor Programs are designed to attract potential immigrant investors with sufficient personal wealth and managerial skills. Any business, with the exception of those that operate for the purpose of gaining interest or capital gains, qualifies for this program.

Every country that grants an investment visa has its unique set of criteria and restrictions.

Dependent visa

A dependent visa allows spouses and children to go to another country to accompany or join a family member who has a matching Visa.

Dependents of a lawful migrant to a country, such as spouses, dependent children, or parents, can enter and reside in the country with a dependent visa. Dependents of migrants can seek for a visa to join them in the nation.

Applying for a visa can be a stressful prospect. With an endless train of paperwork and documentation, it can quickly become overwhelming. Y-Axis has the knowledge, experience, and robust processes to help you navigate complex visa procedures and file your visa application with greater confidence.

Each country offers different types of visa base on the purpose of your visit. Though you can apply for a visa to most countries online. It will take some time for you to understand the process, get the required documents, and fill the application form. You must ensure that you meet the eligibility requirements and requirements specific to the country you wish to move to.

Remember there are different requirements for a student visa, a tourist visa, a work visa, etc. You must understand the specific requirements of the visa you are applying for and fill the application form and follow the other processes to get your visa.

This is where the advice of a visa counselor or a visa advisor will be valuable to help you understand the different visas available and the specific requirements for your visa. A visa counselor will help you with the application process to successfully procure your visa.

Here are the general steps you must follow to get a visa:

  • Choose your visa
  • Prepare your application
  • Attend an appointment at the country’s embassy or consulate
  • Get a decision on your application

Following the process and getting it right can sometimes get overwhelming. A better option is to consult an immigration expert who can help you in an efficient way.

How Y-Axis Can Help You?
  • Identifying the best strategy to get your visa
  • Advising you on finances to be shown
  • Advising you on papers to be presented
  • Help in filling of forms
  • Review of all your papers before their submission

Y-Axis has the knowledge, experience and robust processes to help you navigate complex visa procedures and file your visa application with greater confidence

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Frequently Asked Questions

When you’ll require a visa is determined by where you want to go. If your home country and the country to which you intend to visit have a visa agreement, you will most likely not need to apply for a visa ahead of time. If your home country does not have a visa agreement with your planned destination, you will need to apply for a visa before departure.

If you want to travel to a country that does not have a visa regime similar to your own, you’ll need a visa.

Many nations have visa regulations and agreements that allow inhabitants of those countries to travel freely between them without requiring a visa.

A country’s visa policy is a set of rules that determines who is allowed and who is not allowed to enter the country. The policy may allow passport holders from one nation to enter without a visa, but not those from another. The majority of visa rules are bilateral, meaning that two countries will enable their nationals to travel visa-free, however this is not always the case. When it comes to setting visa policies, there are no hard and fast laws. However, diplomatic links with the other country, the history of illegal immigration from the country, and cost and tourism factors are some determining factors.

Visa limitations are in place to keep track of and control the flow of visitors in and out of a nation, as well as to prevent illegal immigration and other criminal activity. By requiring travelers to apply for a visa, the authorities are able to thoroughly scrutinize potential visitors. Individuals may, for example, attempt to migrate to a country with superior economic chances in order to work there illegally.

There are different types of Visas that are available based on your requirement and purpose of travel overseas such as Student Visa, Work Visa, Investor Visa, Business Visa, Dependent Visa, and Visitor Visa, etc. 

Let us look at each visa in detail:

Visitor visa

Visitor visas are non-immigrant visas that an individual must apply for if they wish to enter a country temporarily for business, tourism or for transiting through a country while on journey by air or ship.

Student visa

A student visa is issued to students enrolled at qualified educational institutions in foreign countries. Student visas are non-immigrant visas. Students who wish to pursue higher education in another country must obtain a student visa to study in that country.

Most countries issue student visas for foreign students to attend school within their borders. To obtain a visa, the student must first be enrolled at a college or university in that country.

Work visa

Work visa allows you to enter a foreign country and work there for a fixed period of time.  Different countries may have different procedures and eligibility requirements for work permit visas. These visas are issued either on temporary or permanent basis. A temporary work visa is valid only for a fixed period of time after which it has to be renewed if the visa holder has to extend his visa. Generally, the employer applies for a work permit visa.  the employer will apply to the immigration authority of a particular country for approval of the visa.

Dependent visa

A Dependent visa is a type of Visa that permits the spouses and kids to travel to an overseas nation for the purpose of accompanying/joining the family member with a corresponding Visa.

With a dependent visa, the dependents of a lawful migrant to a country such as spouse, dependent children or parents can enter and stay in the country. Such dependents can apply for a visa to join the migrant in the country.

Investor visa

Investor visa is offered by countries to encourage people with a proven business track record and a genuine intent in developing a business overseas to invest in their country. This can be either a new business venture or buying an existing overseas business.

Australia and Canada have an Immigrant Investor Programs. The USP of such programs in these countries are that they offer the option of having an alternate residency status while continuing to manage already existing business.

The Immigrant Investor Programs seek to attract potential immigrant investors who have enough personal net worth and managerial experience. A qualifying business under this program is any business except for those that operate with the purpose of gaining interest or capital gains.

Every country that offers an investor visa has its own set of requirements and eligibility criteria.

Business visa

Government authorities in countries issue business visas to travelers who wish to conduct business activities and meetings that are not related to employment in that country. A business visa allows the holder to:

  • Attend meetings
  • Business events/conferences
  • Investigate business opportunities and ventures

The documents required for a Visa interview will depend on the nation and type of Visa that you are applying to. The documents that are most commonly required are:

  • Original Passport with a minimum of 6 months of validity after arrival to the overseas nation
  • All expired Passports
  • 1 photograph both hard and digital copy as per the specification
  • The Visa application confirmation page stamped at the VAC
  • A valid receipt of Visa fee payment
  • Printout of appointment letter for the Visa interview

Supporting documents required for a Visa interview

The idea of supporting documents is to verify –

  • Legality
  • Validity
  • Illegal history, if any
  • Monetary affordability;
  • Intention to return to home country

Let us look at the documents required for visa interviews for important countries:

United States

  • Application Form DS-160 Confirmation Page
  • Valid passport;
  • Previous passport(s), if any
  • Color photo less than six months old that meet specific requirements
  • Fee payment in cash
  • Proof of finances (bank statements)
  • Additional documents as required by your visa category or personal circumstances

United Kingdom

  • Interview appointment confirmation
  • Receipt to prove payment of visa fees
  • Self-attested copy of the online application form
  • Other relevant documents based on the type of visa

Canada

  • Valid passport
  • Documents verifying your identity
  • Other documents relevant to your visa application

Germany

  • Valid passport
  • Completed visa application form
  • Supporting documents that include proof of having healthcare insurance, passport photos, and other documents relevant to the visa you have applied for