Traveling to UK for 6 months without a visa. do I need a visa to travel to Europe once in UK?
I am an American wanting to visit friends for tourism in the UK. I want to stay 6 months without obtaining a visa. Also, while in the UK, I would like to go to a few European countries. Do I need a visa to do that? What typical documentation will be required and what typical questions will I be asked?
You can spend up to 90 days traveling in the Schengen countries without a visa…just your American passport.
Can i get a tourist visa for country A while being a tourist in country B?
İ am planning to go to turkey for tourism, then to UK, but since i can get a visa at the airport in turkey, i didnt bother issue a UK visa from where i live since its a long journey to their embassy.. So is it possible to issue it in UK embassy in turkey???
Yes. In this world of internet, it’s very easy to verify your passport information no matter where you are.
if currently living in UK, need visa to visit USA?
This is a query from my friend –
“I am citizen of India. I’m currently residing in UK on work permit. So, if I want to visit US for tourism purpose, can I do it under the visa waiver program, for which UK qualifies? Or, should I get a visa and only then go to US?”
Yes you will need to get a visa. Enjoy your trip to our little country
What Visa would I need if I wanted to stay longer than 3 months in the USA to visit family and friends?
I live in the UK and have family in the USA and friends who’d be happy to put me up whilst I explored the USA and spent some time with them. Obviously this would be a tourism trip but the tourism visa on the USA site is only for 3 months. Anyone have any insights?
I think you might have to apply for a B2 Tourist Visa. This is the website you need to find out what type of Visa you will need.
Im not sure if you can leave the usa after being there for three months and then re enter under the visa wava programme for another 3 months.
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