Every year thousands of people travel abroad, some for vacations and sightseeing, and others for business meetings and conferences. If you need to travel abroad for a short period of time, you will need a Tourist or a Visit Visa.
Is a Tourist Visa and a Visitor Visa the same thing? In essence, a Tourist Visa and a Visit Visa are the same as they allow you to travel abroad. However, a Visit Visa implies that you may know a person (a friend or relative) in the country. Your Visit Visa may or may not be sponsored by the person in the country. A Tourist Visa has no such conditions.
If you are looking for top-notch services for Tourist and Visit Visas, Niyama Immigrations is all you need.
Here are some countries that we cater to:
Canada Tourist/Visit Visa
Besides being the second-largest country in the world and a popular immigration destination, Canada is also an extremely picturesque country. Millions of people travel to Canada every year to explore hundreds of opportunities regarding work, business, and travel.
If you are planning your dream holiday to Canada, let Niyama make arrangements to file your Tourist/Visit Visa application in the most efficient manner.
Since a Canada Tourist/Visit Visa is a non-immigrant Visa, we help you prove that you have every intention to come back to your home country at the end of your visit. This is perhaps the most important selection criteria, but unfortunately, it is also the most overlooked.
USA Tourist/Visit Visa
Fascinating places, beautiful cities, numerous business opportunities, and world-class medical facilities are just some of the reasons why millions of people travel to the US each year.
The US issues the B1 Visa mostly for short-term business trips, while the B2 Visa is issued for tourism purposes. However, in most cases, they are clubbed together, which is why a majority of US Tourist Visa holders have the B1/B2 Visa.
Being a non-immigrant Visa category, when applying for the B1/B2 Visa, it is necessary to meet the provisions under the US Immigration and Nationality Act. According to the law, all US Tourist/Visit Visa applicants are presumed to be intended immigrants. To nullify this presumption, Niyama helps you demonstrate your purpose of visit and binding ties to your home country that assure the immigration officers that you are sure to return from the US.
Nearly all US Visas have an interview at the nearest Embassy or Consulate. At Niyama, we help you navigate the tricky interview questions to obtain a positive outcome.
Australia Tourist/Visit Visa
Australia has the unique distinction of being the smallest continent and the largest island in the world. It is one of the most scenic countries in the world, attracting innumerable tourists and business travellers alike. Australia offers an interesting medley of historical locales and modern architecture.
The Subclass 600 (Visitor Visa) allows you to visit Australia to see family or friends, attend business meetings and conferences, or for tourism and sightseeing.
One of the main selection criteria for an Australian Tourist/Visit Visa is intention. At Niyama Immigrations, we help you demonstrate that you have every intention of returning to your native country at the end of the trip. We also help you gather the necessary documentation required for the Visa.
UK Tourist/Visit Visa
The UK is a global hub for tourism and business, and one of the most popular countries to visit. Four countries make up the United Kingdom- England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland.
The application process can be a bit complex. Hence, we recommend that you let us do an initial assessment to evaluate if you qualify for the Visa or not. Niyama Immigrations has a great team of Visa specialists that can help you realize your dream of travelling to the UK come true.
Besides proving your intention of coming back to your home country, you also need to prove that you have sufficient funds for you and your family during the UK trip. At Niyama, we help you present your assets appropriately to try and obtain a successful outcome.
Schengen Tourist/Visit Visa
The Schengen Zone has 26 member countries. A Schengen Tourist/Visit Visa gives you unrestricted access to the Schengen Area. Just one Schengen Visa will suffice even if you plan to travel to multiple countries in the European Union.
The Schengen Visa does not allow you to travel to four countries in the EU- Switzerland, Norway, Liechtenstein, and Iceland. The UK and Ireland are also not part of the Schengen Treaty. You can travel to all other EU countries on a single Schengen Visa.
What happens if you have a prior rejection?
Visa rejections can happen for a number of reasons. Incomplete documentation, errors or inconsistencies on the application form, or unable to demonstrate binding ties to your home country are some of the most common reasons for Visa denial.
At Niyama Immigrations, our Visa experts can help you understand and address the reason for rejection for a more positive outcome. We provide unfaltering guidance in documentation so that your case seems convincing to the immigration officers. If you have a prior rejection, you need our Visa experts at Niyama.