You’re likely better off applying with the Canadian refugee travel document than with the UN travel document, but you should try to contact the US Embassy or Consulate where you live to get more information.
Q&A Categories Archives: International Visas FAQ
No, you do not need an ESTA if you already have a visitor visa to the US.
No you do not need a visa. Your Nepali passport allows you to travel to Nepal and your Canadian Permanent Resident Card allows you to travel to Canada.
A single entry visa allows you to make one visit to the country. They are cheaper than visas permitting more than one visit. Such visas are known as multiple entry visas. They allow the visa holder to enter the country many times over the period of the visas validity.
You must supply a valid passport with 6 months remaining validity and at least one blank page for the visa and a completed application form. Some embassies require a photograph. Some countries require proof of a given amount of funds. Each Embassy will have its own requirements according to the visa you are applying for. Generally for business visas you need to supply a letter of invitation from the foreign company you are planning to visit. Some countries require applicants for tourist visas to have a letter of invitation and / or a confirmed hotel booking.
Yes. Children regardless of age need a visa although it is unlikely they will have to attend an interview.
A business visa is given to people who want to attend business meetings, exhibitions or conferences in another country as a representative of a foreign business. A work visa is given to people who intend to earn a living in the country so that they can take up employment in the country.
To extend your stay in Canada, simply apply online:
It is important to apply for an extension 30 days before your current status expires. Once your application is submitted you are allowed to stay in Canada until a decision has been made.
Most Canadian citizens can travel to the United States with a valid passport and without a visa.
There are exceptions to this rule. For example, a Canadian citizen who has a criminal record or any other ineligibility might be required to apply for a visa. However, they should first request a waiver from the Department of Homeland Security’s Customs and Border Protection department, which should be obtained at the land border crossing.
If a Canadian plans to attend school or work in the United States, they are required to have specific documents for the appropriate visa category.
Please refer to the following link for more detailed information:
Yes if you are planning to stay in a country where a visa is required for Canadian citizens. Most countries will issue you with a Tourist Visa if you are traveling solely for the purpose of medical treatment.