Business Visa


Business Visa

Business visas are non-immigrant visas that allows an entrepreneur or company employees to visit a foreign country temporarily to engage in business activities such as the negotiation of contracts, consultation with business associates, litigation, and participation in scientific, educational, professional or business conventions, conferences or seminars and other legitimate activities of a commercial or professional nature.

It does not give holders the right to work full time in the country that issued the visa. If, however they instead wish to seek out full employment abroad they will need to apply for a work permit from the nation that they intend to reside in.

How to get a business visa?

Each country has its own rules and regulations for issuing business visas. Some countries require online visas and visa waivers for business travelers or allow visitors to enter for a short period of time visa-free for business purposes. Other countries, however, require applicants to register formally at a national embassy or consulate for a business visa before traveling. Therefore, it is essential to check the requirements for the country you intend to visit before making your final arrangements to travel with a business visa.

Documents required for a business visa

In order to apply for a business visa, you must provide evidence of the purpose of your trip. This is important to prove that you are eligible for the visa required by your destination for business travelers.

  A completed business visa application form
  A valid passport with 6 months validity remaining
  Travel itinerary detailing flight and accommodation detailsg
  Professional credentials
  Academic credentials
  Proof of sufficient funds for your trip
  Evidence of adequate insurance coverage
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