The 2017 Formula 1

Australia

The Australian stretch of the Formula 1 races will be taking place between the 24th and 26th of March. British Citizen Passport Holders travelling to Australia will be eligible for the ETA short stay visa. The ETA is valid for 1 year and allows multiple entries of up to 3 months at a time into Australia.

If you are over the age of 75 please contact one of our travel visa specialists on 01270 250 590.

China

The Chinese Grand Prix will be taking place on the 7th and 9th of April. If you are looking to travel to China to enjoy the race, British Citizen Passpoer Holders will require a visa for travel. We will be able to assist you in obtaining a visa. This visa is valid for 2 years and allows multiple stays of up to 90 days at a time into China. For further information, visit our website or alternatively call us on 01270 250 590.

Bahrain

The Bahrain F1 will be held between the 14th and the 16th of April.  Those who wish to travel to Bahrain may be eligible for an eVisa. Contact our team on 01270 250 590 to find out more.

Russia

The Russian GP will be taking place between the 28th and 30th of April.  British Citizen Passport Holders will require a visa to travel to Russia.

The Russian Embassy requires fingerprint (biometric) information from all travellers. All applicants who wish to apply for a Russian visa must attend an appointment at the Russian Visa Application Centres in London or Edinburgh. If you are under the age of 12, or are applying for a diplomatic or official visa, you will not need to give biometric information to the Russian Application Centre.

The Russian Visa is issued according to the dates specified on your application. It allows for stays of up to 30 days depending on the type of visa you require.

To begin your application, or for more information, visit our website.

Spain

12th – 14th of May. Visas are only required for people who do not have a British passport. Contact our team for further information.

Monaco

25th – 28th of May. Currently to visit Monaco as a tourist, a visa will not be needed unless you are not a British citizen. Contact our team for further information.

Canada

This years Canadian Formula 1 GP races will be taking place between the 9th and the 11th of June. British Citizen Passport Holders will need a visa to travel to Canada. This will come in the form of an ETA. This is an electronic travel authorisation. This form of visa allows you to visit the country for up to 90 days at a time over a period of 5 years.

Visit our website to apply.

Azerbaijan

The Azerbaijan stretch of the Formula 1 races will take place between the 23rd and the 25th June. British Citizen Passport Holders will need a visa to visit Azerbaijan. To visit this country for tourist purposes a visa will be required. Contact our award-winning team for more information.

Austria

Fri 07 Jul – Sun 09 Jul 2017. Currently to visit Austria as a tourist, a visa will not be needed unless you are not a British citizen. Contact our team for further information.

Hungary

Fri 28 Jul – Sun 30 Jul 2017. Currently to visit Hungary as a tourist, a visa will not be needed unless you are not a British citizen. Contact our team for further information.

Belgium

Fri 25 Aug – Sun 27 Aug 2017. Currently to visit Hungary as a tourist, a visa will not be needed unless you are not a British citizen. Contact our team for further information.

Italy

Fri 01 Sep – Sun 03 Sep 2017. Currently to visit Italy as a tourist, a visa will not be needed unless you are not a British citizen. Contact our team for further information.

Singapore

Fri 15 Sep – Sun 17 Sep 2017. Currently to visit Singapore as a tourist, a visa will not be needed unless you are not a British citizen or are staying in Singapore for more 30 days. Contact our team for further information.

Malaysia

Fri 29 Sep – Sun 01 Oct 2017. Currently to visit Malaysia as a tourist, a visa will not be needed unless you are not a British citizen. Contact our team for further information.

Japan

Fri 06 Oct – Sun 08 Oct 2017. Currently to visit Japan as a tourist, a visa will not be needed unless you are not a British citizen. Contact our team for further information.

Unites States of America

The USA Formula 1 GP will be held between Fri 20 Oct – Sun 22 Oct 2017. British Citizen Passport Holders Travelling to America (U.S.A.) will need a visa to travel. The Travel Visa Company are able to assist with all visas to America (U.S.A.) including media visas (I), tourist & visit visas(B-2), study & exchange visas (J-1), business (B-1), employment visas (H2-B), the ESTA and more.

The ESTA

The ESTA is valid for 2 years allowing stays of up to 90 days at a time into America (U.S.). All passengers travelling to America (U.S.) MUST hold a passport with an integrated chip. Anyone who has travelled to Iraq, Iran, Syria, Sudan, Libya, Somalia or Yemen since 1 March 2011 or who are dual nationals of these states, can no longer travel to America (U.S.) under the visa waiver program. If you are ineligible for an ESTA, you must apply for an America (U.S.) B-2 Tourist Visa.

Apply for the America (U.S.) ESTA

To apply a different visa to America (U.S.) please call us on 01270 250 590.

Mexico

Fri 27 Oct – Sun 29 Oct 2017. Currently to visit Mexico as a tourist, a visa will not be needed unless you are not a British citizen. Contact our team for further information.

Brazil

Fri 10 Nov – Sun 12 Nov 2017. Currently to visit Brazil as a tourist, a visa will not be needed unless you are not a British citizen. Contact our team for further information.

Abu Dhabi

Fri 24 Nov – Sun 26 Nov 2017. If you hold a British Citizen Passport* and are travelling to the United Arab Emirates for tourist purposes, you will not need a Visa prior to travel. A 30-Day Visa must be obtained on arrival. Contact our team for further information.

 

To find out more about the upcoming Formula 1 events, visit the F1 weebsite here.

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6 Romantic Destinations to take your loved one this Valentines

For that someone special

Maybe you are the type of person who likes to spoil their their significant other? Maybe your looking for an excuse to take your loved one on the holiday of their dreams? Or maybe, as a nice gesture, you just want to be able to spend some time with the person you love. If so, why not treat your other half to a trip out to one of these 6 romantic destinations to this Valentines Day.


6. Sānyà, China

Diverse in it’s culture, ethics, religion, architecture and cuisine, China offers some of the most amazing and romantic scenery in the world.

Sānyà offers 40 kilometres of pristine coastline partnered with a bustling city centre next to a long stretch of beaches and hotels. Being situated in the Hainan Province gives Sānyà the tropical monsoon climate it’s known for. Sanya is a noted tourist resort with incredible scenery. Mountains, rivers, beaches and the best seaview in the country, this is a place to spoil your loved one.

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5. Hawaii

If you are a couple that like exploring somewhere new together, Hawaii may be the place for you! Described as a ‘place like no other on earth’, the white sandy beaches, colossal mountain ranges and beautiful nature reserves make Hawaii the incredible place that it is.

There are six major islands to visit in Hawaii: Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Lanai, Maui, and Hawaii Island each with its own distinct personality.

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4. India

India may not be the first place you think of when it comes to romance, but India is a place deep with culture and heritage that is guaranteed to move you and your partner.

Goa, Andaman, Agra are all destinations (amongst others) that are great to visit for celebrations! Find a somewhere to join the party or spend quiet romantic time with your lover, this place will cater to all your needs.

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3. New York City

Share a kiss at the top of the Empire State Building. The breathtaking views over the city that never sleeps makes this spot for ideal for a romantic date. But if you’re looking to take it one step further, splash out and spoil your significant other by taking them on a helicopter tour of the city!

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If you both prefer a more relaxed approach to spending Valentines Day, you should look into exploring the many art museums and galleries dotted around NYC.

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A valentines trip to New York City would not be complete without a lazy walk around Central Park – But don’t forget to wrap up warm as you may only experience highs of 4°C. So, if the being out in the cold isn’t your thing, you can check out some of the botanical gardens that New York has to offer.

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If you’re ready to brave the outdoors, then why not try out one of the most romantic wintertime traditions in the city – ice skating! Watch the ice-skaters at the Rockefeller Center rink, or tie on a pair of skates yourself.

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2. Venice

A romantic trip to Venice wouldn’t be complete without a Gondola ride through the city. This is a great way to get around and to take in the landscape.

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Enjoy the ballet or opera the Theatre La Fenice one of “the most famous and renowned landmarks in the history of Italian theatre”.

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If you happen to find yourself in St Mark’s Square, head over to the Campanile bell tower which is perhaps one of the most instantly recognisable symbols of Venice. At the top, you can enjoy spectacular views across the canals and roofs of the city. It’s open until the sunsets throughout the year, making for a very romantic evening with your significant other.

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1. Paris

Commonly known as the city of love. Paris has to be one the most romantic cities in the world. The world famous love lock bridge can be found in Paris, close to the Notre-Dame. Here, lovers from all over the world attached a lock engraved with a special message to the bridge.

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On an island in the middle of a lake in the Bois de Vincennes, the largest public park in the city, you can find the “Temple of Love”. A less well-known landmark in Paris, visiting the Temple of Love (also known as the Temple Romantique) means you won’t be sharing your romantic moment with dozens of other couples trying to do the same.

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Take a stroll down the River Siene admiring the boutique houseboats as you go. Below street level of the Quai des Tuileries, you will be able to find peace and comfort away from the crowds of people.

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Take in the view of the Eiffel Tower. A popular place for marriage proposals, the sweeping panoramic views of the city make it so perfectly romantic. But if you really want to go all out, make sure you take your loved one to view the Eiffel Tower at night. The 324m Parisian icon lights up the nights sky with a sparkly light show that will leave you lost for words.

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Find out your visa requirements on: thetravelvisacompany.co.uk

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India Tourism Day

India Tourism Day

Wednesday the 25th of January marks India’s National Tourism Day, a day to raise awareness about the importance of tourism to the country and its economy.

India is a vast and beautiful country filled with all manner of things to do and places to see. It comes as no surprise that people from all over the world travel there for the culture, heritage, nature, education, business opportunities, sporting events, and more.

Tourism in India continued to expand in 2016, with a double-digit increase in international visitor arrivals.

Let’s talk statistics…

Since the introduction of the e-Tourist visa, India has seen a huge growth in foreign arrivals with numbers almost doubling compared to 2015. According to data released by India’s Ministry of Tourism, the country welcomed a total of 8.89 million international visitors in 2016, up 10.7% compared to 2015.

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1.08 million e-Tourist Visas were issued at Indian Airports in 2016.

Introduced in 2015, the e-Tourist Visa scheme has seen massive growth after its initial success. As a result, the Indian government decided to expand the e-Tourist Scheme to  113 countries and territories and made available at 16 Indian airports.

Accounting for approximately 12% of total arrivals. The system is now in place for the citizens of 161 countries.

How can we help?

The Travel Visa Company is an award winning visa procurement agency and we are proud to be one of the fastest growing travel visa companies in the UK. We offer a six stage service:

  1. Consultation & Application
  2. Quality Control
  3. Logistics Management
  4. Embassy Submission
  5. Collection & Confirmation
  6. Final Check & Dispatch

To find out more about the services we offer, or want to get in touch, follow our social media channels…

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Embassy & Consulate Christmas Closures 2016

Here are the embassy & consulate closures across the UK:

Embassy / Consulate Date of Closure
Algeria December 27th, 31st & January 1st
Angola December 19th – January 5th
Azerbaijan December 26th, 27th & January 2nd, 3rd, 4th
Belarus December 21st, 28th & January 4th
Bangladesh December 26th, 27th & January 1st
Bulgaria December 26th, 27th, 30th
Canada December 26th, 27th & January 1st, 2nd
China December 26th, 27th & January 2nd
Congo December 23rd – January 4th
Cuba December 23rd – 28th & December 30th – January 2nd
Ethiopia December 25th – 27th & January 1st, 2nd
Ghana December 23rd – 28th & January 1st, 2nd
India December 25th, 26th & January 1st
Indonesia December 23rd – 28th
Japan December 28th – January 3rd
Liberia December 18th – January 3rd
Malaysia December 25th – 27th & January 1st, 2nd
Myanmar December 26th, 27th & 29th
New Zealand December 22nd – January 3rd
Nigeria December 25th, 26th & January 1st
Oman December 23th – January 3rd
Pakistan December 25th – 27th & January 1st
Papua New Guinea December 22nd – January 3rd
Phillipines December 23rd – 29th
Singapore December 25th, 26th & January 1st
Saudi Arabia December 26th – January 3rd
Thailand December 25th, 26th & January 2nd, 3rd
Tanzania December 23rd – January 3rd
Uganda December 16th – January 2nd
Vietnam December 26th, 27th & January 2nd
Zambia December 25th & January 1st
Zimbabwe December 23rd – January 2nd

To find out weekly embassy and consulate closures along with more travel visa related information and updates: subscribe to our newsletter.

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Thailand Introduce New Visa Exemption Schemes

Thailand Tourist Visa Fee Exemptions.


Thailand has launched two new temporary tourist visa schemes:

  • All applicants applying for the Tourist Visa (Single Entry) will be exempted from the visa fee.
  • The visa on arrival fee will also be decreased from 2,000 to 1,000 Thai Baht (฿)

These schemes are in place from 1st December 2016 until 28th February 2017.

To find out if you are eligible for a tourist visa to Thailand, visit our website or call our expert team on 01270 250 590.

Click here to download the official documents released by the Thai embassy.

World Tourism Day

A Day to Celebrate

Today we celebrate World Tourism Day – a day of spreading awareness of the immense importance and benefits that tourism can and has brought to society.

World Tourism Day is celebrated all over the world – contributing to promoting responsible, sustainable and universally accessible tourism, with this years official celebrations taking place in Bangkok, Thailand.

Why we are celebrating

As a travel visa procurement agency and one the fastest growing travel visa companies in the UK, we have helped thousands of our customers successfully obtain their tourist visas to over 100 different destinations which makes today extra special.

A travel visa is an essential travel document for those travelling abroad and we are proud to be able to assist with something that is a fundamental part of world tourism.

Find out more

How you can get involved

This event is not reserved for the highbrow officials or tourism organisations, this day is important for everyone –  There are many ways you can take part and help spread awareness. Today, many travel enthusiasts have taken to social media to help circulate the message. Facebook, Twitter and Instagram can be used to make the most of the official hashtags: #tourism4all #WTD2016

Why not tell us what you are up to this World Tourism Day? Tweet us @thetravelvisa


Before you go, take a look at the UNWTO’s World Tourism Day infographic below. To find out more visit their website.

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The 7 wonders of the world (and their visa requirements)

Something you may not have known, is that: in 2007 over 100 million people voted to declare the new 7 Modern Wonders of the World! These new  7 were elected to “represent global heritage throughout history”.

So, in no particular order – here is the list of the latest 7 Wonders of the World and their travel requirements:

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How will Brexit affect the future of travel?

As you probably already know, Britain has voted to leave the EU. Aside from the many different views and opinions on this controversial topic, we would like to talk about how this has, and could, affect the future of travel.

After the final results of the referendum, there are a few common questions many of the general public have about the future of travel, such as:

  • Will  the price of holidays increase?
  • Will I need a new passport / driving license after we leave the EU?
  • Will I require a visa to travel European countries?
  • What happens to my European Health Insurance Card (EHIC)?

As with almost everything related to the decision to leave the EU, it is not clear how things will proceed and it is still unclear exactly what sort of relationship Britain will be able to strike with the European Union. And so, therefore, it is uncertain as to what will actually happen regarding travel to the EU.

What we do know is that:

  • There are no immediate changes to claiming compensation if your flight is delayed or cancelled.
  • You can still bring home unlimited goods from duty free.
  • There are no immediate changes to using your phone abroad.
  • You can still use your European Health Insurance Card card abroad.
  • It is likely that British Citizens will (at some point) need brand new passports as the front cover currently features the words “European Union”.
  • It is also likely that we will (at some point) need brand new driving licenses as this has the European flag featured on it.

The UK Government will need to implement new laws for each of the above after we leave the EU. The only immediate impact to travel could be from the value of the pound.

ABTA has released this statement on the result of the EU Referendum –

The Prime Minister has stated that there will be no initial change in the way people travel. Travellers are as free to move between the UK and the EU as they were yesterday, European Health Insurance cards remain valid and regulations such as Air Passenger Rights remain in place. People due to travel this summer will see little changes to their holiday.

Once the UK formally notifies the EU of its intention to leave, the remaining Member States will have up to two years to offer the UK a deal for a future trading relationship and during this period holidaymakers will not see any immediate changes.

However, the fall in value of the pound will have an immediate impact on holidaymakers and their spending power overseas.

ABTA is the UK’s largest travel association, representing travel agents and tour operators.

For further queries or questions, you can visit ABTA’s FAQ page of their website here.

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Rio 2016 Travel Requirements

British Citizen Passport Holders

For British Nationals, travel to Brazil does not require a visa. However:

  • You will need to comply with Brazilian immigration laws on arrival in the country.
  • You must satisfy the Federal Police (the Brazilian immigration authority) of your intended purpose of visit.
  • You will need to show that you have enough money for the duration of your stay.
  • Provide details of your accommodation and evidence of return or further onward travel.
  • Your passport should be stamped. If it is not, you may be fined on departure. Keep your immigration landing card. You will need it when you leave. If you lose it you may also be fined.
  • Your passport should be valid for a minimum period of 6 months from the date of entry into Brazil.

Information from www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/brazil/entry-requirements.gov.uk

The British Government have also released a useful guide to help you ‘stay ahead of the games’. It gives you advices and information about travel insurance, when is best to book, vaccinations, languages and more! You can download it here.


Other Nationalities

It comes as no surprise that the Rio Olympics are going to bring in a huge amount of foreign visitors, and so, the Brazilian Government are making it as easy (and as safe) as possible for travellers to enter Brazil. That is why they have introduced a temporary Visa Waiver Program (until the 18th of September 2016).

Australian, Canadian, Japanese and US nationals will not require a tourist visa to enter Brazil. Instead, they will be eligible for a 90 day, non-extendable, visa waiver.

*Note: you do not have to be attending the Olympic Games to take advantage of the new travel requirements.

If you want to check visa requirements of any other nationalities then, you can download this document (Entry Visas To Brazil PDF).

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Will my passport stop me from travelling to America?

What you need to know

It has recently come into the news that UK residents are being rejected entry into the USA if they do not have an e-Passport. This is true. It was introduced last month by the American government but most are still unaware.

The reason this has blown up so much, and gained so much traction, is because of one English traveller who shared their unfortunate story on Facebook. As we all know, social media is a huge platform for sharing content, and so it is no surprise that a story like this has caught so much attention and been picked up by the mainstream media.

The traveller in question was due to travel to Florida from their closest UK based airport but got turned away at the check-in desk as they did NOT have an electronic passport.


How can I tell if I have an electronic passport?


If you have had your British Citizen Passport issued before 2006 it is likely that you will NOT have an electronic passport. Passports issued after 2006 will be e-Passports but it is always worth checking. A simple way to check if you have an e-Passport is to simply look at the front cover of it:

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You should see a small camera symbol at the bottom, in the centre (as pictured above). This indicates that your passport has an electronic chip that can store electronic visas.

You can apply for a new British Citizen Passport on the official government website here: www.gov.uk/apply-renew-passport. This costs £72.50, with an extra £9.75 fee for the Post Office’s Passport Check and Send service.

If you need any assistance with your passport renewal, you can download our passport renewal pack (includes an additional service fee).

Download Passport Renewal Application Pack


Will I need a new ESTA for America?

If you are one of the unfortunate few who have already applied for, and been granted, a valid ESTA and have recently found out that you don’t have an electronic passport then you will have to apply again. Luckily for you, we can help!

The Travel Visa Company can assist with your new American ESTA application for business or tourist purposes. We take the stress away from your visa application by quality checking the application, completing the online forms on your behalf, emailing you the confirmation of approval and providing support and updates throughout the application process.

Apply now for just £27.50 per person: thetravelvisacompany.co.uk/america/ or call: 01270 250 590

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Easter 2016

Opening Hours

If you are planning to make a visa application during this holiday period we are here to help! Our staff can be contacted on 01270 250 590 – see our opening times below:

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Easter

Easter celebrations begin with Good Friday (the day that Jesus Christ was crucified). Traditionally, this day involves the attendance of Mass in the afternoon and a day of fasting. Christians will have only one meal throughout the whole day, and this will usually be a fish dish as meat should not be eaten on Good Friday.

This is then followed by Easter Sunday which takes place on the last Sunday of March. This was the day Jesus was resurrected after his crucifixion. Most commonly, the day is celebrated with the giving and receiving of sweet treats and candies, for example: Chocolate Easter Eggs. As well as this, you will find people taking part in Easter egg hunts, Sunday church service and Easter Sunday roast dinners.

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Where to spend Easter?

As Easter brings with it two bank holidays, the perfect way to spend it would be an extra long, relaxing, weekend away! By this we mean, it would be best not travelling half way around the world and spending an entire day travelling… instead: A couple hours on a plane, car or ferry to arrive at your chosen destinations is exactly what the doctor ordered!

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Here are some Ideas for a much needed European getaway:

Tuscany, Italy

With a huge amount to keep you busy, breathtaking landscapes, incredible art & history and some of the best food & wine in the world, Tuscany should definitely be considered when travelling to Europe! A popular region in Italy, Tuscany has great deal of attractions suitable for everybody; from families and solo travellers, couples to adventurers you will never get bored!

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Spain

Go shopping, grab a coffee, treat yourself to a fancy meal out or just relax on the beach… Spain really has so much to offer! Barcelona, Madrid, Seville, Valencia and many more historic cities. This is surely a bucket list essential for any traveller. With a flight seeing you there in around 2 to 3 hours, what is stopping you?

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Istanbul, Turkey

The only city in the world that encompasses both Asia and Europe

Istanbul will not disappoint. This is a place filled with different wonders including: the Basilica Cistern, the Aya Sofya, the Blue Mosque and the Grand Bazaar. Teeming with little shops and stalls, this is the perfect place to pick up some traditional Turkish memorabilia.

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Do I Need a Visa to travel

If you hold a UK passport; you can visit all 26 European countries in the Schengen agreement visa free!

For those of other nationalities, you can apply for a Schengne visa with The Travel Visa Company. Its as easy as 1… 2… 3!

  1. Apply for your Schengen visa.
  2. Receive your issued visa.
  3. Enjoy travel between all 26 EU countries with one visa!

Please Note: You must apply for the visa with the embassy of the destination you will first be entering.

We can assist with your travel visa needs for all nationalities and destinations worldwide:

Tourist Visas / Business Visas / Media Visas
European (Schengen) Visas
Study Visas / Work Permits

Other services we include are:

Passport Renewal Service
In-House Passport Photography and Resizing Service
UK Inbound Immigration Visas

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Canada ETA

Electronic Travel Authorisation

The Canadian Tourism Commission have announced final regulations for Canada’s new ETA program, requiring all British citizens to obtain an authorisation before flying to Canada.

From March 15th 2016 all British Citizens will be able to apply for an ETA when travelling to Canada.

British Citizen Passport Holders who fly to or transit through Canada can now apply for an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA). Once approved, your eTA is valid for five years or until your passport expires.

In addition to this, the Canadian authorities have stated that until the 29th September 2016, travellers who do not have an eTA can still board their flight, as long as they have appropriate travel documents (eg a valid passport) and obtain their visa on arrival.

This means that from the 30th of September 2016 onward, Those flying into Canada (or transiting through) will not be able to board their flight without an eTA.


What is an ETA?

ETA stands for ‘Electronic Travel Authorisation‘. This is an online method of obtaining your travel visa. The visa is applied electronically to the chip that is located in your passport. This then removes the need for stamps or labels being printed in your passport as well as completely getting removing the paper needed for the application.

How can I obtain an eTA?

The Travel Visa Company will be able to assist with all applications for this new Canadian ETA which will be valid for a period of 5 years from the date of issue. For further information, or to apply, please visit our website: thetravelvisacompany.co.uk/canada/ or call our award winning team on 01270 250 590.


What to do and where to go in Canada!

Canada has been named as one of the top 20 most beautiful countries in the world by RoughGuides. It is home to the CN Tower, Chateau Frontenac and most notably the Niagra Falls.

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Canada is filled with things to do and places to go. There really is something there for everyone! Canada is brilliant for national parks; with 40% of the land being covered by forests and has over 40 recognised national parks.

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It has bustling cities like Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal that are teeming with restaurants, cocktail bars, clubs, entertainment venues, arenas, lounges, theatres and much more!

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With a flight from London typically taking approximately 8 hours, what is stopping you? Apply for your eTA now!

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