There are many reasons why we want to go and explore Canada as tourists. Some of us would like to see the Niagara Falls, some would like to be delighted by some of the world’s most beautiful lakes, some would want to witness the dazzling Aurora Borealis, and some would simply want to experience snow. Some of you would maybe just set the date, make the itinerary, book the flight ticket, and presto it’s welcome Canada already. But, for us, Filipinos, we still need to acquire visa, which is not guaranteed, to be able to explore this vast country above America. I know it’s quite a hassle to do all of these formalities, but, it is necessary. Good thing that applying is very straight forward and uncomplicated. Today, we tell you how to apply for Canada Tourist Visa.
I have just been recently granted a 10-year Multiple Entry US Visa along with my wife after deciding it’s about time to explore the West. For us who always wanted to visit the states, it is a dream come true. Applying for US visa is not something you spontaneously decided. You assess yourself whether you have a high chance of getting approved. You prepare necessary documents, bank statements, travel history and of course, you save for the US visa fee. After careful assessment and completion of all necessary documents, you think about the interview. For most, the visa interview is the most dreaded, it may be short, but, sure it is unpredictable. Today, we list down the Most Frequently Asked Questions during US Visa Interview.
Most people dream of visiting the United States of America to marvel the beauty of its numerous tourist attractions evident by the number of Visa applications US embassies receive from any parts of the world. Lucky are those who are exempted from acquiring Visa and can freely enter America anytime they want. For those who need to apply visa, appointment should be set, payment should be made and documents should be completed. It sounds very tedious, but, it really isn’t.
China is the second largest state in the world and the most populous one. With its vast land area, countless of tourist attractions are available. Man-made and natural wonders have populated the country from Northern to Southern part. With its rich history and abundant attractions, a visit to China is on the top of the list. But, not everyone can easily enter China, most of world’s nationalities have to acquire visa to enter. Filipinos, for one, are required a visa to enter, but, there are some places in China Filipinos Can Visit Without Visa.
The Philippines currently ranked number 76 tied with Cape Verde at The Henley and Partners Visa Restrictions Index 2016 with Germany topping the list. The Visa Restrictions Index is a ranking of countries based on the travel freedom its citizens enjoy. How convenient it would be to travel to whichever country you desire without the hassle of getting visa and worrying about getting approved? Currently, the Philippines can enter to 61 countries and territories without a visa or visa on arrival, that’s 61 out of 218 countries and territories, quite not there yet.