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Visas and Vaccination Requirements: Are You Prepared?

May 30th, 2014
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Did you know that some vaccinations are required for certain destinations and travel visas?  Consult with a travel clinic to make sure you're prepared! Vaccination Requirements for Travel The most commonly required vaccination is for yellow fever.   Yellow fever is caused by a virus spread by mosquitoes; it kills about 30,000 people each year. Because it has the potential to cause serious and deadly epidemics, some countries require travelers to present proof that they have been vaccinated for the disease, either when they arrive or with their visa application. No vaccine means you get turned around at the airport or you don't get your visa. Depending on your destination and your travel history, other vaccinations may be required as well. Which Vaccines Do You Need? Other

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Free Brazil Visa for the 2014 World Cup

May 5th, 2014
Brazil Visa for World Cup
Will you be attending the 2014 World Cup in Brazil? Good news: You don't have to pay visa fees for your Brazilian visa. The bad news? You do still have to apply for a visa, and you'd better hurry. The Brazilian government is issuing special temporary visas free of charge for the event.  Here's what you. need to know to get in on the action. 2014 FIFA World Cup Visas- Know Before You Go Who's eligible?  The following groups of people are eligible for the 2014 FIFA World Cup Visa: Spectators Volunteers Press Foreign correspondents Entertainers and athletes performing at the games Other professionals working at the games What You Need to Apply The 2014 FIFA World Cup visas may be free, but that doesn't mean the Brazilian consulate is just giving them away to a

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Coming Soon: India Visas on Arrival?

April 12th, 2014
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Heading to India? Indian visa regulations are changing.  Here's what you need to know to plan your trip: New Indian Visa Rules Last month, the Indian government announced that they plan to expand the country's visa-on-arrival program. Currently, only citizens of 11 lucky countries are eligible for visas on arrival. Those countries are: Japan, Singapore, Finland, Luxembourg, New Zealand , Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, the Philippines, Myanmar and Indonesia. One country missing from that list: The United States.  US citizens are required to apply in advance for an Indian visa, even for short tourist stays. However, times are changing and the Indian government is trying to make it easier for tourists to visit. Indian Visa On Arrival Details Once the new rules are in effect, US citizens pl

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Where to Apply for a Russian Visa

March 14th, 2014
Where to Get A Russian Visa
Planning to visit Russia in the near future? You'll need a visa. But where do you get one? Russian Embassies and Consulates Getting a Russian visa is an infamously bureaucratic process. If you're applying by yourself instead of using a visa expeditor, you must apply in person at the appropriate Russian embassy or consulate. There are five Russian consulate offices in the United States. Each has its own service area, or jurisdiction, based on your home address.  To figure out which office services your area, see the list below: Washington, DC Address: 2641 Tunlaw Road, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20007 Phone number for visa questions: 202-939-8913202-939-8913 Jurisdiction: Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, Ohio, Nort

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New Chinese Visa Rules for 2014

February 6th, 2014
China Visa Changes in 2014
If you're planning a trip to China, you should be aware that Chinese visa regulations have changed over the past year. Here's a summary of the changes, all of which became effective on September 1st, 2013: New Visa Types M Visa- Previously, business trips to China required an F visa.  Now, under the new Chinese visa rules, you would apply for an M visa for most business trips. Q Visa- The Q visa is a new category specifically for reuniting family members, which used to be covered by the L visa. There are two types of Q visas: the Q1 visa is for long-term stays of 180 days or more. The Q2 visa is for short-term stays. To be covered under a Q visa, the family members in question must be Chinese citizens or permanent residents. S Visa- The S Visa is for spouses, parents

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