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Saudi Arabia Business Visas

October 22nd, 2009
Most Americans who travel to Saudi Arabia go there for business or religious reasons-the Saudi government doesn't issue many tourist visas, and the ones it does issue are only granted to organized tour groups following an approved itinerary. Is there a business trip to Saudi Arabia in your future? Don't forget to apply for your Saudi Arabia visa well in advance! The US Department of State's website notes that they can take months to issue, and you need to have one ahead of time to enter the country. Here's what you need to get a Saudi Arabia business visa: A valid US passport 1 passport photo An invitation from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (the company you are doing business with should be able to help) A letter from your company, explaining who you are, what you will b


Obtaining a Russian Business Visa

October 20th, 2009
Over the past few years, Russia's economy has grown by leaps and bounds. In 2008, according to the CIA World Factbook, Russia's GDP was $2.266 trillion, the 7th  highest in the world. As Russia's economy grows, business travel to Russia is increasing. This article from BCD Travel notes that in 2006, "Russian business travel volume grew to USD $13 billon — a 17 percent increase over 2005 numbers." Unfortunately, just because business travel to Russia is becoming increasingly common, that doesn't make it easy to get a Russian business visa. Business travelers and tourists alike are caught up in a visa system that the US Department of State has called "restrictive and complicated." If you have a business trip to Russia, here's what you need to get a Russian visa: A valid US pas


Getting a Chinese Visa for a Business Trip

October 4th, 2009
Did you know that one-fifth of the world's population resides in China? According to Wikipedia, China also has either the third or second largest economy in the world, also (depending on how you calculate it). It is also one of the world's fastest growing economies. With China's role in the global economy rapidly increasing,  more and more Americans are traveling to China on business.  If you have a business trip to China on the horizon, you need to make sure you have the proper paperwork: a valid US passport and a Chinese business visa. To get a Chinese visa for a business trip, you will need the following documents: Your US Passport A completed application form 1 passport photo If you're going on a business trip, you must fill out the part of the visa application that a


Getting a Brazilian Visa For a Business Trip

September 23rd, 2009
Brazil has the largest economy in Latin America, and the tenth largest in the world, according to Wikipedia. As the Brazilian economy has boomed in recent years, business travel to Brazil has risen, too. In fact, according to the ICCA, the city of Sao Paulo is the 12th most popular city in the world for international business meetings. To attend a business meeting or conference in Brazil, you need to get a Brazilian visa.  Brazil has very specific requirements for business applicants. Here's a checklist of what you will need: Your US passport, which must be valid for at least 6 months after the day you plan to arrive in Brazil. One passport-style photo. A completed Brazilian visa application form. A photocopy of your driver's license. A copy of your travel itinerary. A b


Getting a Visa for a Business Trip to India

September 22nd, 2009
Over the past few years, India has become an increasingly popular place for American companies to do business.  That means that more and more Americans are traveling to India on business trips, to attend industry conferences or to meet personally with Indian partners. If your company decides to send you on a business trip to India, you'll need an Indian travel visa  before you leave.  Naturally, business travelers will need a business visa to enter the country. Here's what you need to have to get one: A completed Indian visa application form Your US passport. Your passport must be valid for 6 months from the time you apply and have at least 2 blank pages. 2 passport photos A copy of your travel itinerary A copy of your driver's license 2 business letters of responsibili


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