Visa is an official document that allows the bearer to legally enter a foreign country. The visa is usually stamped or glued into the bearer’s passport. There are several different types of visas, each of which affords the bearer different rights in the host country.
Short Stay And Long Stay Visas
There are two kinds of a specific duration of visas, Firstly the Long term or long-stay visas , second the short-stay visas. What are they?
Short-stay or visitor visas
For short visits to the visited country. Many countries differentiate between different reasons for these visits, such as:
- Private visa, for private visits by invitation from residents of the visited country.
- Tourist visa, for a limited period of leisure travel, no business activities allowed.
- Visa for medical reasons, for undertaking diagnostics or a course of treatment in the visited country’s hospitals or other medical facilities.
- Business visa, for engaging in commerce in the country. These visas generally preclude permanent employment, for which a work visa would be required.
- Working holiday visa, for individuals traveling between nations offering a working holiday program, allowing young people to undertake temporary work while traveling.
- Athletic or artistic visa, issued to athletes and performing artists (and their supporting staff) performing at competitions, concerts, shows, and other events.
- Cultural exchange visa, usually issued to athletes and performing artists participating in a cultural exchange program.
- Refugee visa, issued to persons fleeing the dangers of persecution, a war or a natural disaster.
- Pilgrimage visa: this type of visa is mainly issued to those intending to visit religious destinations, After that, Such visas can usually be obtained relatively quickly and at low cost.
- Digital nomad visa, for digital nomads who want to temporarily reside in a country while performing remote work.
Visas valid for long term stays of a specific duration include:
- Student visa (F-1 in the United States), which allows its holder to study at an institution of higher learning in the issuing country. The F-2 visa allows the student’s dependents to accompany them in the United States.
- Research visa, for students doing fieldwork in the host country.
- Temporary worker visa, However, for approved employment in the host country. These are generally more difficult to obtain but valid for longer periods of time than a business visa.
- Journalist visas, which some countries require of people in that occupation when traveling for their respective news organizations. In addition, Countries that insist on this
- Residence visa, granted to people obtaining long-term residence in the host country. In some countries, such as New Zealand.
- Asylum visa, issued to people who have suffered or reasonably fear persecution in their own country due to their political activities or opinion, or features, or association with a social group; or were exiled from their own country.
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