A visa is a document which allows someone to travel into a specific country and stay there for a set period of time. Generally, a visa may only be issued at the Consulate of the country or, in some cases, at the border. Visas may be stamped or glued directly into a passport or they may be issued electronically (e.g. Australian visa). Some countries require everyone who enters to obtain a visa, while others have what are known as reciprocal agreements with certain countries that waive visa requirements. A visa may allow one, two or multiple entries before the expiration date of the visa. We at illimite, make you aware of every visa condition before traveling internationally to avoid any issues with border control officials and airlines. If a destination country requires a visa and the traveler does not have it in his/her passport, the airline may refuse to board this person on the plane.
Yes, illimite Migration specializes in migrating and visas to Australia, United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany and Denmark.
Illimite Migration is able to process your application, depending on the country you are from and where you would like to migrate/visit, the type of visa you need, and your visa status. Please consult our individual country pages and visa types for further information. To see if you qualify, please fill our Free Assessment Form on our website.
The validity of a given visa represents the dates that the visa is effective. For instance, if a visa for the U.K is valid for 90 days, you must enter the U.K before that period of 90 days expires. Maximum stay is the time allotted for stay in the country. Using the U.K as an example, the default maximum stay is 30 days, which means you are only allowed to stay in the U.K for 30 days, even if your visa validity is 90 days. Please note that different countries have different requirements and interpretations regarding visa validity and maximum stay.
In most cases, visas can be processed, without regard to consular jurisdiction. However, there are several countries that require all migration/visa applications to be submitted in the assigned consular jurisdiction. Consular jurisdiction is the geographic area for which a consulate has responsibility for issuing all kinds of visas. When a consulate is jurisdictional, it can only process visas for those who reside in a state within their jurisdiction. Illimite Migration directs applications to appropriate cities for faster or less complicated processing. Please be advised that required documents and processing times may vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. We will continuously keep the applicant updated on the processing times for all countries including those that are jurisdictional at the time of submitting your application.
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