I’m a teacher from a school in mainland Europe trying to arrange a trip to the UK with a Russian student who already has an accompanied child visa for the uk. I recognise you have have up to 2 endorsements – both of these are his parents. As his teacher they have signed power of attorney to the school but I don’t think that will cover it if I were to show up with this.
This leaves me with the following suggestions to the parents:
apply for accompanied child visa again with me as the named adult BUT will that invialidate the existing endoresments meaning that the existing visa gets binned and they’d not only have to apply for THIS visa for me but then ANOTHER visa as soon as they wish to travel to the UK with him again?
apply for travelling alone .. but the information on the adult being stayed with will be me
- the name and date of birth of the person that you will be staying with (me)
- an address where you will be living (the hotel)
- details of your relationship to the person who’ll be looking after you (his teacher)
- consent in writing so they can look after you during your stay in the UK (written consent from me)
<– but this latter option seems a little weird as I would actually be accompanying him on the flight.
.. or some other solution I’m not thinking of?
I’m in a bit of an unfortunate situation and I’m expecting to visit Ghana and arriving entering Ghana with a Visa on Arrival or Emergency Entry Visa as it is called by the Ghanaian government website.
The website isn’t clear on exactly what I’ll need to provide – my nervousness extends specifically to the amount of money that the Visa on Arrival will cost and if it must be in cash local currency, USD or would paying with a debit card be an option?
I cannot use old website for a 2 year uk family visit visa. New application at the end gives fee of $ 128 which is most likely for a 6 months visa. I did not see any option in new visa application form to choose a 2 year visa. Please share your experience.
I believe tax deducted from my salary by my employer is not accurate and am applying for a French visa that require me to present my payslip indicating how much deducted with payment certificate.
Hope that won’t be a basis for denial. My account balance is well funded to about €8,000 for my 7days vacation with my 2 children.
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My girlfriend and her daughter are living in the Netherlands. Her daughter has a Dutch passport but not her. Is there anyway that she can apply for a visa to come to Canada for a visit? And can she apply for alien’s passport for stateless person?
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I want to apply for a Schengen short stay Visa for France to travel in August 2019. The duration of the stay will be for 3 days and then I will return back to London. Later on, can I use the same visa to travel for a longer duration to other Schengen countries and return?
Also, as far as I understand from this forum, once I get the visa issued from France this month, I cannot use it to travel to another country for two days and return to London before going to France in August.
Correct me if I am wrong.
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I am an Indian national living in the United States of America under a non-immigrant (F1) visa. I am travelling to India later this year. My round trip to India has Singapore layovers on both the outbound and inbound legs. I was wondering if I could use the 96-hour VFTF for both the legs. I am aware that earlier Indians were allowed the VFTF on only one leg of a round trip. But checking the ICA’s website I find that there is no such requirement (at least not immediately evident to me).
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