Please note: Visavo does not display all countries. We are continuing to add more passports. Our priority was to add countries with large outbound tourism markets, first.
A visa is an official document that allows someone to enter into a foreign country. National security departments/ministries around the world may refuse a foreigner access to their country per nationwide laws. To apply for a visa to a foreign country you must visit the official government immigration website of the country you intend to visit. Find the required visa application form and fill it out. Some countries allow you to get a visa on arrival which means you won't need to fill out a visa application form before departure.
Many countries allow visa-free access, which means you won't have to apply for a visa. Although it may seem like you have access to every country beforehand, you never want to be that dumb traveler that books a flight, arrives at immigration, and is asked for a visa they don't have.
Instead of searching every embassy's official website that looks like it's from 2004, see if you have visa-free access with a click of a button, only with Visavo.
There are many times of visas and they all vary in different countries. Most countries allow work visas, many countries give out visas on arrival for free, there are also student visas, and business visas.
As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, visa requirements around the world may have changed. Visavo gives you an idea of where you can travel visa-free but is in no way a substitute for an embassy website. Before traveling, check the government website of the country you intend to visit, for up-to-date visa requirements.
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