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Types of Sri Lankan Visas

October 28th, 2009
Sri Lanka is an island paradise  of mountains, rainforestdes and temples, fringed by picture -perfect tropical beaches. With the defeat of the insurgent group the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam earlier this year, the country's popularity as a travel destination is back on the rise. Americans traveling to Sri Lanka definitely need a visa, but the type of visa you'll need depends on the circumstances of your stay. Here's a brief overview of the different types of Sri Lankan visas: Tourist (or visit) visa: Tourist visas are issued for free on arrival for American citizens.  They are valid for up to  30 days, but you can apply for an extension in Sri Lanka if necessary.Business visa: A multiple-entry visa, valid for three months or up to one year, may be issued to businesspeop


Types of Russian Travel Visas

September 11th, 2009
Are you planning a trip to Russia? No matter why you are going there or how long you are staying, you must have a valid visa. Not only that, but you have to have the right type of visa. Russia is known for being extremely strict about visa requirements, and if your paperwork isn't exactly in order, you can expect to be sent home at your own expense forthwith. Let's take a closer look at the different types of Russian visas: Business Visa: Business visas are for travelers coming to Russia on business. Tourist Visa: Tourist visas are for people traveling to Russia as tourists. You'll need to submit a voucher from your travel agency or hotel to qualify for a Russian tourist visa. Homestay Visa: If you are traveling to Russia to stay with friends or family, you will need a homestay


The ABC’s of Chinese Visas

September 10th, 2009
If you're planning a trip to China, it's absolutely essential that you have the right type of visa. China is very strict about their visa policy. They do not issue visas on arrival, and according to the US State Department, if you try to enter China without the right type of visa, you'll be "subject to a fine and immediate deportation" at your own expense. Sounds unpleasant, doesn't it? So, what type of Chinese visas are available, and how do you know which one to apply for? In China, each type of travel visa is identified by a letter. The type of Chinese  visa you need depends on the purpose of your trip.  Here's a breakdown: Chinese work visas: If you are coming to China to work, you will need one of the following visas: C Visa: Issued to crewmembers to perform duties on


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