What is visa?

Asked Jan 13, 2012
A passport is a document issued by a traveler's home government used to prove their identity and citizenship. A visa is issued by a foreign government and attached to the passport that authorizes that person to travel in their country abroad.

In the US, passports are issued by the State Department and visas are issued by the foreign government's embassy or consulate.

"Visa" is also the brand name of a popular charge card in the US.
Answered Jan 13, 2012
Edited Jan 13, 2012
The latest move for H-1B visa on January 8th 2021, The United States of America announced that it will modify the selection process for H-1B visa, giving priority to salary and skills instead of the current lottery procedures. And the govt said the h-1b cap selection visas would priorities higher salaried applicants effectively doing away with the lottery system followed up to now.

Answered Feb 18, 2021
Edited Feb 18, 2021
A visa is an official document that allows the bearer to legally enter a foreign country. We provide the visa services For more visit to our website.. https://www.woodbinemigration.com/visa-overview
Answered Feb 19, 2021
Edited Feb 19, 2021

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