All about Visas – Complete Visa questionnaire answered – Delusional Bubble

In this post, we’re going to answer Visa-based questions such as What does Passport mean? What is Visa? What does Visa-Free mean? What does Visa on arrival mean? What does Visa required mean? How do you get a Visa? What is a Tourist visa? What is a work visa? What is a Working holiday visa? What is a student visa? What is a refugee/Asylum visa? What does a visa look like?


Passport and Visas are not the terms you deal with every day, and when you need to know different visas meaning and obtaining a visa, some words may not be as clear. In this post, we put a handful of All about Visas’ question and answer.

What does Passport mean?

Passport is an official document that governments issue to their citizens for traveling abroad. This document indicates where the person is from and gives him/her the government’s protection in case of needing help while being abroad, such as losing a passport or committing a crime abroad.

What is Visa?

Visa is an official document that allows foreigners to enter a country, legally. The visa is usually stamped or glued into the traveler’s passport.

What does Visa-Free mean?

Visa-free means that you do not need to obtain a visa to enter a country. For example, Canadian citizens do not need a visa when traveling to the US.

What does Visa on arrival mean?

Visa on arrival (VOA) means you can obtain a visa at the airport in the country you are entering, with or without a fee! For example, most nationalities in the world can get Visa on arrival when traveling to Iran!

What does Visa required mean?

Visa Required means that you need to obtain a visa before traveling to a country from that country’s embassy or consulate. For example, Indians who are traveling to the UK, need to request a visa from the United Kingdom’s embassy in India.

How do you get a Visa?

To get a visa, you need to meet the requirements for obtaining a certain type of Visa and meet them, then submit your visa request through that country’s embassy or consulate in your country (or from the country you are residing in).

What is a Tourist visa?

A tourist visa allows a traveler to enter a country, only for leisure purposes for a limited time. During the staying time, the traveler is not allowed to work or do any business-related activities.

What is a work visa?

A work visa is required if an individual wants to work or do any business activity in another country. Work visa has different types in different countries.

What is Working holiday visa?

Working holiday visa allows the visa holder to work and travel within a country to fund for their trip for a specified time (Generally for a year). For example, Australia has one of the best Working holiday visa programs, allowing the Visa holder to renew the Australian working holiday visa for up to 3 years in total!

What is a student visa?

A student visa needs to be obtained to be able to study in another country. Some of the countries allow the student visa holder to work up to a certain limit per week and full time during the semester breaks.

What is a refugee/Asylum visa?

A refugee visa is granted to people who are in danger of getting persecuted or are running away from a war or a natural disaster.

What does a visa look like?

A traditional-style visa is usually a piece of paper that gets glued to a blank passport page. A visa could also get stamped to a blank passport page. There is a new kind of visas called eVisa which is not physically and gets stored in the country’s database.

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